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Parkland High School student Aquavious Hickman charged after slapping female teacher in profanity-filled classroom

Those behind the camera responded to the slaps with laughter during the classroom incident.



A high school student from North Carolina faced charges after purportedly striking his teacher multiple times during a widely circulated, profanity-laden outburst in the classroom earlier this week.

The enraged individual, identified solely as a minor, approached the teacher at Parkland High School in Winston-Salem, where the altercation ensued.

Despite the initial physical contact, the teacher appeared unaffected by the slap as the student persisted in verbally confronting her.

“Do you think that had any effect on me?” the unidentified teacher retorted, reclining in her chair with her legs crossed.

“Do you want me to hit you again?” the juvenile menacingly inquired as he advanced toward the teacher. “I don’t want it,” the teacher replied before being struck once more, this time from the right side, causing her glasses to fall off her face.

“What’s wrong with you? What are you going to do, still sit in that chair because you’re a coward? No one’s even coming. You’ve been slapped,” the student taunted, seemingly singing and dancing. “Get back to teaching, coward.”

Those behind the camera responded to the slaps with laughter during the classroom incident. The school district strongly condemned the student’s actions.

“This behavior is completely unacceptable. There is never a circumstance where it’s permissible for students to physically assault a teacher in Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools,” stated Superintendent Tricia McManus.

“Right now, my priority is ensuring that our teacher receives the necessary support and care to cope with the aftermath of this incident.”

A secure custody order was issued on Tuesday for three misdemeanor charges against the student, including assault on a government official.

The Forsyth Sheriff’s Office revealed that he was charged with one count of communicating threats and two counts of misdemeanor assault.

“Although we all share the sentiment that this incident was reprehensible and shocking to the community and various organizations, it’s imperative that we collectively express outrage when those responsible for our education are subjected to assault,” stated Sheriff Bobby F. Kimbrough Jr.