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February 8, 2006

Lee County- A substitute teacher in Lee County won't be allowed back in any classrooms there after she manhandled several students. The school system admits the teacher strongly grabbed five students Monday at Twin Oaks Elementary School.

The Superintendent will only say they've dealt with the issue and won't release the teacher's name. WALB News Ten got a copy of a letter sent to parents of the five children. It says the district regrets the incident and will make sure the substitute won't be called again.

A school social worker talked with the students after their run ins with the teacher. Leesburg Police investigated the incidents, but they say they won't file charges.

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