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November 18, 2013CUMMING, Ga. — During a parent-teacher conference, the mother became angry and verbally abused the teacher, according to a Forsyth County Sheriff's incident report.
On Oct. 31, deputies were dispatched to Haw Creek Elementary School, 2555 Echols Road, after the principal said a parent was yelling at a teacher.
The teacher told deputies she had the parents meet her for a conference to discuss their son, one of her students.
The parents brought their younger daughter to the meeting.
During the conference, the mother became irate and used abusive language toward the teacher.
The assistant principal asked the teacher and the younger daughter to leave the room in an effort to diffuse the situation and spare the child from hearing the mother's comments.
The assistant principal told the mother her comments were inappropriate and would not be tolerated, but the mother continued.
The father said he would "take care of this," and the mother left the room.
She went into the reception area where her daughter and the teacher were waiting.
She insulted and cursed at the teacher two more times before leaving the room with her daughter.
Deputies said the mother was issued a criminal trespass warning. They told her that if any other child besides their daughter had heard the remarks she made toward the teacher, then she could have been arrested for insulting and abusing teachers in front of students.