Two teachers and a superintendent's secretary have resigned after video surfaced of them playing a game of "F***, Marry, Kill" involving coworkers and students last month at a bar in Michigan, Fox 17 reports. Some of the students named during the game have special needs. According to WOOD, the video was posted to YouTube on Monday and was addressed during a heated school board meeting that night. The three Bangor Public Schools employees who resigned could be heard making inappropriate comments in the video. Four other teachers present in the video were reprimanded by the school district.
One parent at Monday's school board meeting called the video "disturbing" and said it "shows that maybe they're not right for this job." Police were made aware of the video after another Bangor Public Schools staff member filed a complaint "because she felt threatened" by it, WZZM reports. The chief of police says he watched the video and didn't see anything criminal in it. According to WSJM, an attorney for the school district says he think's everyone involved has learned from the incident. (Police say a PE teacher stole cash out of students' lockers.)