California teachers talk to students about promoting face-to-face lessons with Zoom over parents.

A high school teacher in California was caught by Zoom yelling at his students about his parents’ complaints about virtual teaching and his desire to return to a face-to-face class.

A video of Alyssa Piro, an English teacher at San Marcos High School, more than 30 miles north of San Diego, was originally posted on Facebook and then Reopening California school Twitter account. In the clip, Piro dares to tell the students to talk to their parents about the issues surrounding the virtual class.

“If your parents want to come and talk to me about not doing enough work in distance education based on what you personally need, because I’m so sick in my parents’ stomach. Dare to get them out. I’m trying to teach educators how to work. “

“I have never seen a doctor and never tried to teach my healthcare provider how to treat me,” she continued. “Do you know why? Because I don’t know anything about it. I didn’t get a medical degree.”

This video has been played approximately 63,000 times as of 1:00 pm Eastern Standard Time.

A group of parents at North County Public School California Governor Gavin Newsom and other state leaders have alleged unfair requirements over the reopening of public schools.

San Marcos Unified School District Move to hybrid model Students will be on campus two days a week for the rest of the year. Another proceeding We hope that the district will expand face-to-face classes for middle and high school students.

The mother of a private Facebook group to whom the video was shared said Piro was a bully and had frequent rants, According to Fox News..

Another mother told Fox News a few weeks ago that she told school principal Adam Dawson about the video. He reportedly called Piro’s actions “mysterious” and said he would deal with them.

Dawson and Piro did not immediately respond to USA TODAY’s request for comment.

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This article was originally published in USA TODAY: California teachers yell directly at parents’ desire for school