Bev Facey Community High teacher Greg Plouffe is in some hot water.
 
The social studies teacher reportedly made sexist and racist comments to students and co-workers.
 
Plouffe had a disciplinary hearing with the Alberta Teachers’ Association on Monday (Apr.16). Specifics on the process haven't been made public yet.
 
Elk Island Public Schools (EIPS) released some other information via a statement: It has come to the attention of EIPS administration a related GoFundMe page was set up using the name of the principal at Bev Facey Community High. This was done by an unknown third party, without the knowledge or permission of the principal, and steps have been taken by EIPS to ensure managers of that online platform are aware of this misrepresentation and take appropriate action.
 
EIPS will not be providing additional comments on this matter.
 
Plouffe is still currently teaching at Bev Facey.

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