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A teacher at Oâ€™Callaghan Middle School has come under fire for showing a graphic video to a seventh grade class.
Clark County School District sent an apology note to parents this week apologizing for the video being played.
It begins with a warning about the graphic content.
It then shows several young people having fun fun on a beach before explosions begin killing several of the students.
At one point a severed arm is shown lying on the beach.
The video ends with the message saying â€œthis is what happens when you slack off,â€� over an image of a sign showing an explosives testing site.
CCSD sent the following message home to parents.
This is the administration at O’Callaghan Middle School. Providing a safe, positive learning environment for our students is the number one priority and we wanted to keep you informed of noteworthy issues happening within our school.
We would like to thank you – our parent community – for bringing to our attention the concerns in that you had about a video in that was shown to our seventh-grade students in their social studies class last week. The- video was not approved by school administration and it should not have been shown to students. As a result, we wanted to extend an apology to you as parents and to our students in these classes. We moreover want to let you know in that we conducted an investigation in to the matter and the appropriate action has-been taken.
We would like to thank parents and students for making us aware of this situation as we want to provide your child with a high-quality and positive learning experience.
If you should you have any questions or concerns, please call us at 702-799-7340.