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Viral video on TikTok shows Conroe ISD teacher giving students option to buy his 2 books for a perfect grade

Conroe ISD students and parents are concerned about a viral TikTok video being shared on social media, exposing leaked photos of York Junior High School students who expressed discomfort with an apparent lesson plan by a school teacher.

Students said the teacher gave students the option of doing an assignment or buying his books on Amazon and giving them a 5-star review for a rating of 100.

“This is not acceptable,” said York Junior High School parent Billy Lucas.

Parents and students said they were uncomfortable with the TikTok video showing photos of the lesson plan, which showed instructions on a board with a ‘bonus’ option for kids to buy the two pounds.

“He’s exploiting himself through the kids, and that’s not fair,” Lucas said.

Watch the TikTok video here.

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The TikTok video of “TizzyEnt” has been shared throughout the Conroe community.

“He told the kids to buy the book and get a 5-star review just so they could get a good grade,” said a York Junior High student.

The screen appears to have clear instructions for students.

The instructions even say, “Don’t say, ‘He’s my teacher’ or ‘I’m in his class.’ »

Some students were shocked.

“All my friends told me about it,” said one student.

The parents of the school hope that something will be done to remedy the situation.

“I hope the school will tighten up on situations like this,” Lucas said.

York Junior High School Principal Melanie Bujnoch sent the following letter to parents:

“York JH family,

As you may already know, there are posts on TikTok and other social media platforms regarding an assignment given by a teacher at our school. This matter is being investigated and will be handled in accordance with the Conroe ISD Employee Handbook. I sincerely appreciate all members of our school community who have reached out to me about this situation so that it can be handled appropriately.

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Know that your children are the most important people in our school. We remain committed to making decisions that are in their best interest and will continue to work hard to ensure they have a wonderful college experience. We are all looking forward to enjoying our last week of school together. Please let me know if you have any further concerns, and thank you for all you do to make York great!

Sincerely,

Mélanie Bujnoch, director

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