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The racist school teacher, Renee Greeley Wiki, Bio, Age, Networth, Career, Family, Racial Confrontations and Facts You Need To Know About Her

Renee Greeley BIOGRAPHY

Renee Greeley, who is 46 years old, is an Upper Darby School District teacher at Drexel Hill Middle School, in Pennsylvania.

Renee Greeley was caught expressing racial confrontations towards a black parent, Rasheed Noel, in the parking lot on Tuesday.

Renee Greeley
Renee Greeley

Renee Greeley CAREER

Renee Greeley, who is a technology instructor, started her teaching profession in 2008, and since then, she is still a teacher at Drexel Hill Middle School.

News KEY POINTS

  • Pennsylvania parent Rasheed Noel, who is black, had a minor dispute with Drexel Hill Middle School teacher
  • Noel began recording the teacher expressing racial confrontations
  • In the video, the teacher, who is white, slams Noel ‘black’
  • She then rants about African-Americans ‘always looking to milk the system’
  • After some back-and-forth, the teacher tells the parent to f**k off
  • Noel posted his video on Facebook, where it has gone viral  
  • Upper Darby School District swiftly placed the teacher on leave

Racism on its Peak

A video has gone viral on social media showing a white Pennsylvania middle school teacher, Renee Greeley, having a small feud with a black parent over which she started expressing confrontations in the parking lot on Tuesday.

The incident took place on Thursday morning when Rasheed Noel was dropping off his child at Drexel Hill Middle School, in Delaware County near Philadelphia.

The parent and the teacher got into a minor feud, leading to an unexpected dispute on racism.

Noel recorded the teacher speaking racial sentences and later shared it on Facebook, where it has gone viral.

Renee Greeley RACIAL CONFRONTATIONS

Daily Times has identified the teacher in the video as Renee Greeley, a technology instructor at Drexel Hill Middle School.

Renee Greeley appears to have deleted her Facebook account. According to the report, the 46-year-old Renee Greeley listed her job as ‘Business, Computer and Information Technology Teacher at Upper Darb…’.

Renee Greeley described herself: ‘I’m an adventure chaser! I love sports, motorcycles, Motorcross, the beach and outdoor activities!’

Renee Greeley
Renee Greeley

However, she appeared to be a racist over a minor feud with a black parent, Rasheed Noel, on Tuesday.

Renee Greeley constantly called Noel ‘black’ and expressed African-Americans ‘milk the system’.

“Just because I’m young and I’m black is the reason you would say that”, Noel tells her.

The teacher replies: ‘That’s right because you’re black. You see me, a white woman, and you think I got money”.

The two continue arguing about their respective socio-economic conditions.

Renee Greeley said: “Go back to your welfare and your Section 8 house”, referring to subsidized housing for low-income families.

Noel laughs off and understands that she is ‘mad and nervous’. He warns her that ‘situation could change real quick’.

The teacher brags that she could pay cash to repair the damage to her vehicle, then tells Noel, ‘ah, you go f*** off, n*****’.

The man says, “excuse me?”.

The teacher shoots back, “You heard me”.

The quarrelsome teacher does not back down, telling Noel in an aggressive tone while taking a few steps in his direction, ‘Oh yeah, what are you gonna do about it? Bring it on!’  At that moment, the video cuts off.

SCHOOL AUTHORITIES against Renee Greeley

The Upper Darby School District acted swiftly and placed Renee Greeley depicted on administrative leave, saying in a lengthy statement that the district ‘does not condone or tolerate inappropriate conduct or speech associated with hate, racism, discrimination or intolerance of any kind’.

Renee Greeley
Renee Greeley

Upper Darby Superintendent Dan McGarry sent out a statement Thursday evening confirming the incident depicted in Rasheed Noel’s video and announcing the teacher’s suspension pending the outcome of an internal investigation.

‘The protocol for staff on administrative leave is that they are afforded due process and an informal hearing with an administration which took place on October 10th, ‘the spokesperson wrote’. “The process depends on whether the staff member elects to go before the school board for a formal hearing or to arbitration”.

Noel later took to his Facebook page, commending district administrators for their quick action.

‘They are doing everything in their power to make sure people like this teacher become non-existent in any school,’ he wrote. ‘After meeting with the superintendent of the Upper Darby school district and his staff, I’m hearing [sic] to say they absolutely care about their community’.

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