San Fran teacher was suspended for 15 days after being accused of targeting white male students

A San Francisco high school teacher was suspended for discriminatory treatment against white students who she singled out for ritual humiliation, yet another example of the cancer of Critical Race Theory that has metastasized throughout the nation’s educational system.

The teacher, Nicole Noel Henares of Lowell High School, was reported by students and parents after she somehow thought it would be a good idea to engage in the bullying of the white teens who were made to stand and answer questions as to whether they “felt like a minority,” traumatizing the students in an exercise that was “in no way related to the class content.”

Fox News Digital obtained documents relating to Henares’ actions through the California Public Records Act and published them on its website.

According to the documents, the San Francisco Unified School District conducted interviews with the bullied students and found that they felt “confused, sad and that there was no correct answer for them in that moment.”

Students also said that Henares used inappropriate materials in her class including playing a song by rapper Lil Nas X titled “Montero/Call Me By Your Name,” which features vile and explicit lyrics such as  “I wanna sell what you’re buying / I wanna feel on your ass in Hawaii / I want that jet lag from f—ing and flying / Shoot a child in your mouth while I’m riding.”

“Ms. Henares appeared for investigatory interviews on October 14th and November 10th, 2022 accompanied by her union representative William Happy,” according to the document obtained by Fox News Digital. “In the interviews, Ms. Henares admitted to singling out her male students out of frustration and anger. She stated that she was pushed to do this because the students were dominating the conversation in class that day, but none of her students corroborated this particular point.”

“Additionally, Ms. Henares admitted that she had not taught any discussion norms to provide a safe space to discuss the sometimes sensitive topics she attempted to,” reads the letter dated January 30, 2023. “In the interview, she denied ever teaching or including the Little Nas X song in her class.

However, multiple students reported that this had happened, and she uploaded the video in her google classroom in two separate places on August 17th and 22nd 2022.”

It’s easy to see how some students would be offended by the Little Nas X video which, in addition to its sexual and violent imagery, is also replete with the satanic themes that the rapper has become known for.

(Video: YouTube/Little Nas X)

After the interview, Ms. Henares was given a fifteen-day suspension to be served December 13, 2022 – January 18, 2023,” the document reads.

“The San Francisco Unified School District did not respond to Fox Digital’s question about whether Henares is still employed by the high school, but Henares’ LinkedIn lists her as an SFUSD high school English teacher,” Fox News Digital reported.

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Chris Donaldson

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