4th Grade Utah Trainer No Longer Employed After Posting Viral TikTok Bragging About Having Inappropriate Conversations with Her ‘Queer College students’ (VIDEO)

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A queer Utah trainer who posted a viral TikTok bragging about having inappropriate conversations along with her “queer” college students has ‘resigned.’

Jenna Corridor was placed on administrative go away from Renaissance Academy after she posted a viral TikTok claiming she talks about intercourse along with her 4th graders.

Ms. Corridor stated she created a ‘protected area’ for her college students to debate their sexual orientation along with her after class.

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“Plenty of them [students] are queer as a result of I’m queer,” Corridor stated within the viral video.

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In response to Fox 13, Jenna Corridor and the Renaissance Academy got here to a mutual settlement to finish their employment relationship.

Fox 13 reported:

LEHI, Utah — A Utah trainer whose viral TikTok video resulted in her being positioned on administrative go away for an investigation has “mutually agreed” to finish her employment, in accordance with the varsity.

Mark Ursic, the manager director of Renaissance Academy, stated Jenna Corridor had already submitted her resignation for the 2022-23 faculty 12 months final month, earlier than the video caught nationwide consideration.

“Subsequent to the investigation accomplished earlier this week, we have now mutually agreed to finish our employment relationship for the present faculty 12 months, efficient instantly,” Ursic wrote in an announcement to FOX 13 Information.

The college positioned her on administrative go away after studying in regards to the video. Ursic stated not one of the individuals contacting them about it had any connection to the varsity. He stated they’d examine whether or not she broke protocols of sustaining correct teacher-student boundaries. He stated the video referred to “inappropriate conversations” and referred to as it “regarding.”

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