San Marcos parent concerned about viral teacher rant over parents’ push for in-person classes

SAN MARCOS (KUSI) – A high school teacher was caught on Zoom ranting at students over parents’ complaints on virtual instruction and desires to return to in-person classes.

The video of Alissa Piro, an English teacher at San Marcos High School shows her telling students she dares their parents to speak to her over issues surrounding virtual classes.

San Marcos Unified School District interim superintendent Tiffany Campbell said in a statement that an employee had been placed on administrative leave.

A member of a group of North County public school parents that sued California Gov. Gavin Newsom and other state leaders over the reopening of public schools, arguing that the requirements are unfair joined Good Morning San Diego to discuss the rant.

Kimberly Imhoff has an students at San Marcos Middle School and Mission Hills High School.

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