“I asked where should I stand,” Austin told the news station. “He said, ‘Right on the wall.’”
Superintendent Steve Green said Thursday night that he would not comment on the matter, adding that he was allowing the district’s process, which includes investigating the incident, to run its course.
District officials declined to give information about the event, including when it took place, when O’Donnell was placed on leave and his current employment status.
District officials sent a statement this morning that it “is committed to behaviors that provide a safe and healthy learning environment for students. The district does not discuss personnel matters and cannot speak directly to your questions about the individual you noted. However, the occurrence has been investigated and DCSD has taken appropriate action based on its findings.”