A Facebook post on the page of Prosser first-grade teacher Cheriese Rhode triggered a series of phone calls, emails and visits to the Prosser School District Office this week out of safety and security concerns. She’s been place on administrative leave.
A Facebook post on the page of Prosser first-grade teacher Cheriese Rhode triggered a series of phone calls, emails and visits to the Prosser School District Office this week out of safety and security concerns. She’s been place on administrative leave.
A Facebook post on the page of Prosser first-grade teacher Cheriese Rhode triggered a series of phone calls, emails and visits to the Prosser School District Office this week out of safety and security concerns. She’s been place on administrative leave.

Prosser teacher on administrative leave after Facebook post

February 17, 2017 8:45 PM

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