PEORIA, AZ - A substitute teacher has been fired by the Deer Valley Unified School District over "bizarre behavior".
A district spokesperson said four students reported the teacher's behavior and the principal had him removed from campus.
ABC15 received an email from a seventh grade student with his account of what happened at the West Wing school in Peoria.
The district is not ready to confirm the student's claims. The teacher's name has not been released.
ABC15 has requested more information from the school district and will keep you updated as the story develops.
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