VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA — A Washington middle school teacher is being investigated after making public statements on Facebook that she is “ready to say let [the unvaccinated] die.”
She also remarked that she had “no problem” wishing people harm and that “if we’re lucky, we can cut out 30% of the population that votes the wrong way.”
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Jeanine Reiter Kolkemo is a physical education teacher at Wy’East Middle School. According to reports, human resources has launched an investigation after numerous parent complaints (to include this author).
Kolkemo’s account appears to have been disabled or hidden because it no longer appears in a search.
The Evergreen Public School District said in a statement to the Jason Rantz Show, “Evergreen Public Schools takes the health and safety of our kids extremely seriously.” While on summer break, one of our employees posted a message on her personal Facebook page/account referencing COVID vaccination statuses. It’s being handled by our Human Resources department in accordance with district policies and procedures, and we can’t give you any more detailed information because it’s a personnel matter.”
Janae Gomes, the human resources director, responded in a similar manner to this author.
Rantz noted that district policy “expects all personnel to contribute in maintaining a clear expectation of civil behavior.”
Caroline Garrett, a former Wy’East principal, resigned last year after a substitute teacher, Eric Dodge, filed a complaint against her and Gomes in March. Dodge came to work on a non-school day in order to participate in “racial equity training.” He was decked out in a MAGA hat.
When Dodge arrived in the parking lot, Garrett became “aggressive and confrontational,” according to Dodge’s lawsuit. “What is the fucking issue with you and your hat?” she allegedly questioned.
Garrett allegedly called Dodge a “racist,” “bigot,” “homophobe,” “lie,” and “hateful person” throughout the confrontation, according to Dodge.
Garrett resigned as a result of the lawsuit, according to reports. She took a leave of absence (from April 2 to June 30) after her resignation and was paid a lump amount equal to her usual wage.
Garrett took a different position in the district, according to the Post Millennial, but according to local news outlet Clark County Today, she agreed to waive any “right or claim of reinstatement to any employment with the district, and she agreed to make no claim against the district and not to apply for any employment in the future” as part of her resignation.