Utah high school fires coach over allegedly threatening student, parents in voicemail

Utah high school fires coach over allegedly threatening student, parents in voicemail

Utah high school fires coach over allegedly threatening student, parents in voicemail Eck told a local outlet he 'made a mistake' out of anger A Utah high school fired a teacher who left a threatening voicemail on a student’s phone. Donald "Don" Eck, a phys-ed teacher who also coaches the Clearfield High School football team, allegedly left a message for a player who had quit the team. The Davis School District placed Eck on administrative leave on Oct. 25 "after allegations surfaced regarding his conduct." The district outright fired him on Nov. 22, Fox 13 Now reported. In Eck’s voicemail, obtained by the outlet, the coach talked about needing to "put a stop" to the student’s mother "talking (expletive) about the coaches." TEXAS SCHOOL DISTRICT ‘DISTURBED’ AFTER WHITE STUDENT SLAPS …
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