A Florida school has heard a lot of noise during Superbowl broadcasts, but a few people are trying to understand why.
It’s been a busy week for the Florida school system, which was forced to close more than 100 elementary schools, a majority of which are in the Tampa Bay area, due to the Superstorm Sandy.
The state of Florida is struggling to pay for many of the thousands of evacuees, with the state still recovering from Superstorm Irene.
Some parents are angry that their children’s school has been shut down for two weeks.
A Florida school board voted to suspend a teacher who has been in charge of the school for two days, citing his involvement in the Super Bowl.
He has been accused of using racial slurs and inciting violence against Black students.
In Florida, teachers are paid for their time, but some of them feel like they’ve been treated like criminals.