Margaret Gieszinger. (Tulare County Sheriff’s Workplace) 

A California instructor was arrested after she allegedly forcibly lower a boy’s hair in school whereas belting out the nationwide anthem after which went after different college students with the scissors.

The arrest got here after video of the incident was posted on social media.

Margaret Gieszinger, 52, a science instructor at College Preparatory Excessive in Visalia, was booked Wednesday on suspicion of felony baby endangerment and her bail was set at $100,000, in line with The Visalia Occasions Delta.

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The movies posted on social media present her gesturing to a boy to take a seat in a chair in entrance of the classroom. Whereas loudly singing “The Star-Spangled Banner,” she snips off a bit of his hair and tosses it behind her. She then wanders towards the opposite college students and grabs the hair of a woman whereas brandishing the scissors. At this level, her college students begin yelling and operating towards the door.

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The Visalia newspaper reported that Gieszinger’s credential was suspended in 2007 and 2016, in line with Fee on Instructor Credentialing.

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