A messy love triangle is one thing, but a brawl in a school with expletives flying in front of students crosses a line. I don’t think the two teachers involved in Monday’s melee belong in classrooms with kids. I would not want my children in their classes. I doubt any other parents would, either.
Unfortunately, the fight between two women over a male teacher who they were both seeing occurred in Clayton County, which doesn’t need any more negative press. (The county’s tarnished reputation is not being helped by school board member Trinia Garrett who is about to go on trial for assaulting her live-in boyfriend.)
I understand that one teacher appears to be the greater aggressor here, but the alleged conduct of both in full view of students is appalling. If the police report is accurate, the incident reflects a stunning lack of professionalism . In fact, the drama sounds like a Jerry Springer script.
According to the AJC story,
The fight broke out Monday morning after the