Lori Sublette, the teacher at Northwest Career and Technical Academy accused of denying the Holocaust in class, did not come to school today.
Instead, the teacher “was assigned home,” according to Michael Rodriguez, a public information officer for the Clark County School District.
“There is no timetable on how long the employee will be assigned to home,” Rodriguez said.
Today was the last school day before winter break.
Sublette, 51, earns about $41,000 a year as a gym teacher for Northwest, located on Tropical Parkway near Durango Drive. She has been employed with the School District since 2001.
The school is considering inviting speakers and organizing special assemblies to educate students about the Holocaust.