Who is Melissa Carter? Florida principal, Wiki, Bio, Age, Husband, Facts

Melissa Carter
Melissa Carter

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Melissa Carter is a Florida school principal who paddled a 6-year-old will be punished after all. Carter was seen on video paddling a 6-year-old child while the child’s mother recorded the incident. It occurred on April 13 after the child damaged a computer, according to the police report.

Paddling children in Florida is not illegal, with the state leaving it up to each county on how to discipline students. However, it is against the Hendry County District Schools’ own policy.

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Paddled A 6-year-old Student Video

The principal at the center of a controversial video showing a child being paddled will remain in her position despite the Florida Department of Education finding probable cause to justify sanctions against her Florida educator certificate, including other possible penalties.

The Hendry County School Board approved the entire agenda item for personnel for the next school year Tuesday, including Melissa Carter as principal at Central Elementary School in Clewiston.

Carter was seen on video paddling a 6-year-old child while the child’s mother recorded the incident. It occurred on April 13 after the child damaged a computer, according to the police report.

Paddling children in Florida is not illegal, with the state leaving it up to each county on how to discipline students. However, it is against the Hendry County District Schools’ own policy.

Corporal punishment is legal in Florida, but state law leaves it up to each county to decide. The Hendry County School District banned the practice in 2016.

On Friday, we explained that Melissa Carter, the principal of Central Elementary School, filed a complaint saying the child’s mother illegally recorded the spanking, but the student’s family lawyer said it’s legal.

It’s a video that’s hard to forget, showing Carter hitting a 6-year-old student with a wooden paddle. The child’s mother sent us the video. Did she record it legally?

Carter’s lawyer, Steven Ramunni, said she didn’t.

Investigators said Carter told them she felt, “humiliated because the mother has put the video on social media.”

Carter swore, “She would never intentionally hurt a child.” She said the mother, “requested it,” and “never tried to stop her. ”

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