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By Minyvonne Burke
A substitution teacher at a New Jersey primary school can put on the ugly list after saying a class that Santa Claus is not right and the presents left under the Christmas tree is put there by their parents.
Michael J. Raj, chief of Cedar Hill Elementary School in Towaco, Morris County, told the parents in a letter that the incident happened Thursday and the school had talked to the substitute “regarding her bad judgment in making this proclamation,” reported NJ. com.
“As a father of four, I am really aware of the delicate character of this announcement,” he said. “On behalf of Cedar Hill School, sorry for this event.”
Raj said he would warn the parents about the situation if their children take it up.
“If the conversation comes home over the next few days, you can take appropriate action to maintain child’s virginity during the holiday season,” he wrote in the letter.
Parent Lisa Simek wrote on Facebook that the teacher began to ask the class what vacation was going on. When the kids answered that Christmas the next semester, the teacher continued to simply let go of them, “Simek wrote.
” She told me Santa is not right, and parents just buy presents and put them under their trees, “wrote Simek, whose 6-year-old daughter was in class. “She told the reindeer that he could not fly and seriousness was not right.”
The substitute did not stop there and also told the class that the dental foot and the Easter cannon do not exist, according to Simek’s post. [1
9659007] “An adult woman tried to crush our 6-year-old spirit with the spirit of the other 22 children in CH’s first class class. Many of our parents have done the damage because the children come home from school today, “she said.
Another parent, Mayra Aboyoun, posted in a Montville Moms Facebook group that her daughter was” heart broken “according to local sales point. into Montville.
Aboyoun told her that she tried to fix the situation by taking her daughter to see Santa at a local event telling her that the replacement was Santa’s evil counterpart and “will not return.”  Raj told NJ.com that the replacement has been working in Montville School Area for a few years, but it is uncertain if she will be invited to teach Cedar Hill.