this investigation may result in discipline up to and including termination from employment, you have the right to have union representation or legal representation

According to school sources, the teacher that had a chair thrown in her classroom last month at New Bedford High School is the subject of an investigation. A copy of the memo was sent to Fun 107, and reads as follows:

Dear Ms. Maura,

You are directed to attend an investigatory meeting in my office on April 9th, 2014 at 12 noon. I am investigating the incident involving the student Kemar Roselus which occurred in your class on March 24th, 2014. Specifically, you failed to perform your responsibilities as a teacher at New Bedford High School and properly inform administration of the nature, detail, and severity of the incident in a timely fashion. As this investigation may result in discipline up to and including termination from employment, you have the right to have union representation or legal representation present during the meeting.

Ms. Maura told me this morning that she is postponing the meeting so that she can obtain proper legal representation.