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A Georgia teacher sparked fury after erupting into an unhinged rant at her students as they cowered behind their desks, warning them to ‘see me on the streets’. 

The footage, from Dacula Middle School around 40 miles from Atlanta, was filmed by 7th grade students in a Language Arts class before they shared the tirade online. 

‘I’m sorry I’m a little different, maybe I’m too hood, I don’t know,’ the teacher said as she berated her class, which allegedly erupted after she refused to let the children use the bathroom. 

Parents have reacted with outrage after they saw the footage, which was shared with Fox5, with many calling for the teacher to be fired following the episode. 

The shocking footage, which was filmed from under a desk by a student in the class, showed the terrified schoolkids cowering as the educator erupted into a foul-mouthed rant

The shocking footage, which was filmed from under a desk by a student in the class, showed the terrified schoolkids cowering as the educator erupted into a foul-mouthed rant

The footage, which was filmed by a stunned student from under their desk, begins with the educator shouting at the youngsters and telling them: ‘Right now, I don’t want y’all talking to me. 

‘Y’all act weird, and joking and laughing and it’s all funny, but y’all keep that same energy and see me on the street.’ 

Her menacing threat to the students, who were all aged around 12-years-old, was followed again by a warning to ‘keep that same energy’. 

‘Cause y’all are all tough and tough – if you have an attitude about it, take it up with my boss, I don’t care. I’m just telling you how I’m feeling. Leave me alone.’ 

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Following the outlandish rant’s emergence on social media, several parents have hit out at the teacher and questioned how she was able to become an educator. 

Amanda Atkinson, who says she is the parent of one of the kids in the class, reacted with fury as she shared the video on her Facebook, saying: ‘These are 12 and 13-year-old CHILDREN. Other people’s children, at that.’

‘So much bothers me about this video,’ she continued, branding the teacher a ‘nutcase’ as she revealed that her son was ‘uncomfortably swaying in his seat because he’s been denied his human right to use the bathroom’. 

‘My heart hurts watching. She needs to be held accountable. We cannot keep letting this disgusting behavior by grownups go, and expect that children won’t act out because of it. 

‘Dacula needs to do better. She needs to go, no questions asked. And she better keep that same energy all the way to the unemployment office.’ 

The episode occurred at Dacula Middle School, around 40 miles from Atlanta, Georgia

The episode occurred at Dacula Middle School, around 40 miles from Atlanta, Georgia

School Principal Kimberley Bussey, pictured, apologized to parents after the video was unearthed, and insisted that 'appropriate disciplinary action' will be taken

School Principal Kimberley Bussey, pictured, apologized to parents after the video was unearthed, and insisted that ‘appropriate disciplinary action’ will be taken 

Sendy Quintero, a parent at the school, reacted to the shocking video online, and said she hoped 'Dacula Middle School does something about this'

Sendy Quintero, a parent at the school, reacted to the shocking video online, and said she hoped ‘Dacula Middle School does something about this’ 

Fellow-Dacula Middle School parent Sendy Quintero also reacted to the shocking tirade online, saying: ‘This teacher is definitely in the wrong place not letting the child go to the bathroom’. 

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‘Hopefully Dacula Middle School does something about this.’ 

Amid mounting outrage after the rant was shared around the school, principal Kemberly Bussey emailed a statement to parents to cool tensions following the episode. 

‘Yesterday we were alerted about allegations involving inappropriate behavior and language by one of our teachers. 

‘We immediately alerted the Gwinnett County Public Schools’ Human Resources Department which launched an investigation. Inappropriate behavior by staff and/or students will not be tolerated. 

‘Appropriate disciplinary action will be taken as needed upon completion of the investigation.’

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