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A family of five has been left devastated after their school was closed and some teachers were put on unpaid leave, with parents told they would not be able to return home until their children were on track to attend school.

Teachers, who had to work without pay, have been left struggling to get back to work after the closures of the four-year-old Weston-super-Mare primary school, which were due to start next month, and the two other schools in Clayton County.

They are among those affected by a new state rule that states that children cannot be forced to attend schools unless there are more than two other children in the household.

One parent, who wished to remain anonymous, said she was forced to cancel a planned trip to her children’s school because she could not afford to cover the cost of flights.

She said: ‘I feel completely betrayed.

I was supposed to be the one that raised them and that they could go to school.

‘I was told to go home and I couldn’t come back.’

The first thing they told me was that they were going to do a school closure.’

I thought it was a bit strange because they were supposed to come home, and they didn’t.’

Clayton County Schools (CCS) spokesman, Chris Wilson, said the closure was due to the state-appointed board of education having to consider whether to continue the school closures.

He said: ‘[The closure] is something that is being considered and is a very significant event.’CCS is working with the government and state to ensure we can move ahead with our plans for the future.’

We have no intention of returning to a closed school system.’

Wilson said CCS had no plans to reopen the schools but it would ‘take the necessary steps to do so in the future’.

The closure of the schools comes as thousands of parents, teachers and community members protest against the closure of public schools in the United States.

A petition has attracted more than 30,000 signatures calling for a boycott of schools in America.

The petition, launched by parents and teachers on Change.org, states: ‘The only reason the school closure was necessary is because the school board decided to close the school without consulting the parents or teachers of the students.

‘This was done on the basis of an assumption that all students would have been returned to school, even though the evidence shows otherwise.

Parents are not being allowed to return to their children, while staff are being told to not go to the school, and teachers are being sent home on unpaid notice.’

It is unconscionable that the state board was forced by a decision made by the board of a private school to keep their students in a closed environment for the rest of their lives.’

The parents say that the closure is being forced on parents because they do not want their children to have to return, when they can be at school.

They say that this will force many parents to cancel school trips, which could be catastrophic for children.

In a statement, CCS said it was investigating the closure and working with government agencies to ensure the schools reopen.

It added: ‘CCS does not want its students to be isolated in a classroom when they are not in the classroom.’

But in a statement to the Sunday Times, the state government said it had been consulted and had made arrangements to help the families cope with the closure.

State schools closures are common across the US, and have prompted protests and calls for state officials to reopen them.

Teen’s schoolgirl porn is causing school to close

A 14-year-old schoolgirl in New York’s Central Park who was filmed masturbating in front of a teacher and a schoolgirl has reportedly filed a lawsuit against the school district.

In the complaint filed Friday in Brooklyn Supreme Court, the schoolgirl alleges that the principal and two other teachers have engaged in a “gross and egregious” breach of privacy and have been in violation of Title IX, which prohibits sex discrimination.

The school district declined to comment.

School District of Brooklyn spokesman Joe DePinto told the Associated Press that school administrators have not been made aware of the lawsuit, and that he had not been able to confirm the allegations.

According to the lawsuit filed Friday, the alleged violations occurred in 2015 and 2017, and the students were under 18 at the time.

The lawsuit says that the defendants “knowingly” violated the school’s sexual harassment policy.

In a statement to the Associated News, a spokesperson for the Brooklyn School District said the school “takes allegations of sexual misconduct extremely seriously and has taken proactive steps to address this issue.”

The school said in a statement Friday that it was cooperating with the district’s investigation into the allegations, and added that the district has made several changes to its policies and procedures in order to better protect the students and the school community.

Why New York schools are closing schools, parents say

Parents are fighting to keep their children at home and at schools across the city as schools close.

A large majority of New York City’s schools are still open for regular school hours, and they have remained open for a year, despite being closed for the hurricane.

Schools are closing for regular schools to avoid a possible surge in students who could drop out.

As a result, many parents are feeling pressure to pick up their children and make their way to the city and out of their homes.

New York City Public Schools Superintendent David Niedzwiecki told reporters the closings will be temporary.

He said a decision on whether or not to reopen the schools will be made after students are assessed by counselors.

“We will make the final decision about whether or in what school or at what time, once we see the students, the counselors and then the principals and we’ll make a decision about when it will reopen,” he said.

New York Mayor Bill de Blasio announced on Thursday the closures were to “avoid a potential surge in student dropouts”. “

I think the most important thing is to make sure that our schools are open.”

New York Mayor Bill de Blasio announced on Thursday the closures were to “avoid a potential surge in student dropouts”.

“When we have students that are so anxious and worried about the future, we need to make certain that we’re providing them with a safe and nurturing environment,” he added.

“We are providing them, and I think all of us, with the opportunity to help them and support them.”

He also announced a program in which students can receive support from local public schools for up to two weeks during the crisis.

In addition, schools are being shut down for the day to allow the public to re-open, with most schools opening back up at 8am.

Parents were given the option to stay home or take their children to a school for a day or two.