NC teacher to apologize for showing horror videos to middle school students

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FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. — A North Carolina teacher who showed horror videos to her middle school students will have to apologize, according to WRAL.

The Spanish teacher at Pine Forest Middle School in Fayetteville recently showed three videos to dozens of students over three periods.

One of the videos involved a demonic figure luring a girl into a kitchen. The girl the girl then sees the monster with her mother in a plastic bag, according to WRAL.

One video was called “Little Baby’s Ice Cream,” but the names of the others have not been released. It remains uncertain why the teacher showed the videos in class.

Isis Perez, the Spanish teacher who showed the videos, will write a letter of apology to some upset parents, according to Cumberland County Schools Superintendent Frank Till.

The school system did not specifically say what other disciplinary action the teacher would face.