In her post, which the woman apparently intended to be funny, she mocked the video, which is a new requirement following a number of suicides among Joplin students in recent years, and was chiefly concerned that she was unable to perform certain bodily functions in a crowd.
Not only was the woman clearly irritated about the training, but if her description was accurate, she was not the only one sloughing off the training.
The guy behind me fell asleep and was snoring and the lady to the right of me was having an entire phone conversation. All I'm saying is I could have watched these videos at home.
The post was apparently sent during a break in the training session and when she was contacted by Jessica Nugent, a mother whose son Luke a Carl Junction student, committed suicide, she removed the post, said she self-reported to her supervisor and was concerned she would lose her job over the message.
A school board member told Jessica Nugent the matter will be addressed at Tuesday night's Joplin R-8 Board of Education meeting scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. in the Memorial Education Building