Several teachers in Texas have been disciplined after a student was given a mock award naming her the child “most likely to become a terrorist”.
Thirteen-year-old Lizeth Villanueva at the Anthony Aguirre Junior High school near Houston, was given the “certificate” a day after Manchester terror attack that saw 22 people, including many children, die in a suicide bombing.
Ms Villanueva, who has been the school’s academic honours programme for two years, said her teacher laughed as she handed her the signed document.
It should be a joke that framed some portion of a deride end-of-year honors.
Ena Hernandez, Ms Villanueva’s mom, said she was annoyed with prize, particularly in light of the news of the Manchester suicide assault that was accounted for around the globe.
“I was disturbed and exceptionally distraught when I saw the honor,” Ms Hernandez revealed to The Washington Post. “I was shocked on the grounds that my little girl has been doing admirably in the distinctions program.”
Ms Villanueva was likewise disturbed and stunned by the honor which was displayed to her before many understudies.
She told the Washington Post that different honors that were dispensed amid the service incorporated the “destined to end up noticeably destitute” and “well on the way to weep for each seemingly insignificant detail”.
She included that three different educators in the room chuckled when the honors were distributed. Ms Villanueva apparently hasn’t came back to class since the occasion happened in light of the fact that she feels awkward.
Channelview Independent School District issued an announcement apologizing for the “unfeeling and hostile fake ridicule grants”.
Stamp Kramer, representative for the observing body said the authentications were a “poor endeavor to jab fun”.
“The instructors required in this matter have been restrained by area arrangement and the episode is still under scrutiny,” he said.