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But, after a Battle Creek Central High School student punchedhim out in October, he doesn’t want to go back. And the district doesn’t want him to either.
McCulley, 60,says that on Oct. 4 a freshman hit him in the jaw with an uppercut, punched him in the back of the head twice and landed one more hard blow to his head during an after class altercation.
The building principal, he said,then asked him to leave the building and his employer, EduStaff,suspended him indefinitely from substitute teaching, pending an investigation. 29to assault and battery, a charge equal to a misdemeanor in an adult court.
The Battle Creek Enquirer is not identifying the student because he is a minor.
He was placed on probation forsix months. It is not known whetherhe was suspended, returned to BC Centralor transferred to another school.
“At Battle Creek Public Schools, the safety and security of students and staff is our first priority,
” BCPS Superintendent Kim Carter saidin anemail. “An investigation regarding this issue revealed mutual conflicts.
“Due to this information, BCPS determined that it was in the best interest for the substitute and BCPS that he not be assigned to Battle Creek Public Schools,” she added.
Jodi Center, EduStaff’s director of human resources, could not be reached for comment Friday. Kellogg Middle School and 12 years at Northwestern Middle School. Central students with English and social studies before retiring in 2008.
He was on a long term assignment when the incident occurred after a fifth hour class.
McCulleysays the student who assaulted him spent most of his class time texting or watching videos on his cell phone, didn’t listen when McCulley asked him to put the phone away, cursed at him, turned on the faucetsin the science roomand threatened to assault him.
McCulley estimates that he kicked the student out of his classroom at least 15 times over a period ofa little more than three weeks.
BCPSlater told his employer that he incited the altercation with his sarcasm, said McCulley, whostill suffers from headaches and has hired an attorney.
“He would curse at me. I would say ‘Thank youvery much;there you go again being profane and obnoxious,’ or “Thank you very little,'” McCulleysaid. “They figured the sarcasm to them incited him, which Idon’t buy.”