Louis van Amstel told the Tribune that the substitute "tried to blame our son and told him that it was his fault that she went off".
That's when students reportedly heard the Deerfield Elementary school teacher say, "Why on Earth would you be happy about that?" before going on a 10-minute rant on why "homosexuality is wrong" and "two men living together is a sin". The school let the woman go and said she would never teach in the school "ever again", according to van Amstel. "I'm so proud of Daniel's school", Louis said.
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"When she didn't, they went to the [principal's] office to complain", he wrote in part of the caption of his Instagram post. The teacher went onto sharing her own views on Homosexuality and that it's wrong. three girls asked her multiple times to stop. "'I'm thankful that I'm finally going to be adopted by my two dads, ' he answered". "This individual actually harm us", stated van Amstel, a former dancer on "Dancing with the Stars". Van Amstel credited the school for how they handled the incident.
"Because he is fearful we might be angry with him and not want to adopt him on December 19th", said Louis. "That definitely will not happen, but that situation really hurt him, that person really hurt us".
"We are concerned about any reports of inappropriate conduct and take these matters very seriously", a spokesperson said.
Kelly Services, the staffing organization that provided the now unnamed substitute, confirmed to ABC News the substitute had been fired. A spokesman for Alpine Faculty District, David Stephenson, stated he couldn't converse intimately a couple of personnel situation however "applicable motion has been taken". "We conduct business based on the highest standards of integrity, quality, and professional excellence". In the meantime, Kelley Services - the staff company that uses the school for subscriptions - shared PEOPLE " We did an investigation and made a decision to end the employee's relationship with Kelly Services". "We're looking into this situation and we have no further comment at this time".