Chris Piland, a father in Pennsylvania, was furious when he found out what his second-grade son’s teacher wrote on a paper given to his son. Not only did the instructor try to belittle and intimidate Piland’s young boy in front of his classmates, but she also attempted to humiliate him in front of his classmates and make him feel stupid, which is exactly the opposite of what instructors should be doing if they are serious about assisting others learn.

The teacher wrote “absolutely pathetic” on top of the little boy’s assignment. Piland is now calling for the teacher to be fired because of the hateful remark.

The instructor is employed at Valley View Elementary School and enjoys getting paid on a regular basis. However, they’ve been discovered in the act of misusing their authority over the children. Not only did Piland discover that the teacher found his son’s brainpower “absolutely pathetic,” but he also learned that they weren’t carrying out their responsibilities.

Alyssa Rupp Bohenek, a middle school teacher in Indiana, has been identified as the writer. She penned the comments in red pen, which is understood to signify that the student did an inadequate job. The whole remark was:

“Absolutely pathetic he answered 13 in 3 min! Sad.” And she drew a frowning face.

The assignment’s purpose was to test how many subtraction problems the second-grade students could correctly solve in three minutes. To her horror, Piland saw that her son only completed thirteen problems, which was the lowest amount in the class.

Piland uploaded the photo of the assignment online, calling out Bohenek for her hate.

“My son, Kamdyn’s teacher, has been so rude to him and myself all year. He comes home with this, and I am beyond frustrated that someone would write this on a child’s work. Such great motivation,” she wrote.

Piland started an online petition against the teacher in order to get her fired and stop her from further abusing her power over other second-grade students.

After the public outcry, superintendent Rose Minniti was forced to respond. She said that she had been told about the test last week and that she had already set up a meeting with the teacher in question to investigate the allegations and decide whether termination was the appropriate course of action.

“It’s a personnel issue, and the results of that are not going to be dictated by social media,” Minniti stated. “It’s going to be dictated by the facts and evidence. As always with everything, we’re going to try to do what’s best for the students and what we need to do for the employee under investigation.”

Since 2013, Bohenek has worked as a teacher at an elementary school. Is she already ill and weary of dealing with the youngsters? It appears that she is finished with it based on her feedback.