Deyshia Hargrave, an English and language arts teacher at Rene A. Rost Middle School in Abbeville, addressed the school board while they were considering a vote to approve Superintendent Jerome Puyau's contract with a $38,000 pay raise, WGNO reported. Hargrave was questioning how the superintendent could get a raise, when teachers hadn't seen a pay increase in years.
Local news station also reported that board member Anthony Fontana ruled her out of order at one point during the discussion. During the public comment portion of the meeting, Hargrave was called on to speak twice.
Puyau said Hargrave was not charged with anything and it isn't clear if the marshal was asked to remove her or if he was acting on his own accord.
"I'm not - you just pushed me to the floor", a visibly shaken Hargrave responded.
Teacher Deyshia Hargrave spoke up during public comment and said, "You're making our jobs more hard".
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"You're making our jobs more hard", she said.
The Abbeville town marshal's office, which made the arrest, the superintendent's office and the school board president all declined further comment on the incident.
"It's a sad, sad day to be a teacher in Vermillion Parish", Hargrave said. While he did not witness everything that led to Hargrave's attest, he "absolutely" stood by the marshal, he said.
After the board approved the raise, Hargrave was again recognized by the board and voiced her frustrations.
She was booked into the city jail on charges of remaining where forbidden and resisting an officer.
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