Principal fired for Spanish language ban

March 20, 2014 / Written By Daily Caller

A principal at a Texas middle school where about half the students are Hispanic in ethnic origin has been fired for reportedly getting on the school intercom and announcing a ban on the use of Spanish in all classrooms.
 
The incident occurred on Nov. 12 at Hempstead Middle School in Hempstead, a tiny town about 50 miles northwest of Houston. (READ MORE: Middle school principal in mucho trouble for Spanish language ban)
 
The principal, Amy Lacey, had been on paid administrative leave since the incident. School district officials announced at a school board meeting on Monday that her contract will not be renewed, reports the Houston Chronicle.
 
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