A substitute teacher who was in a classroom in New Jersey allegedly informed a group of first years on Thursday that what they thought they knew about Santa Claus was untrue and St. Nick was not real
The holiday was staged at Cedar Hill School, Montville School Hospital spokeswoman Susan Marinello told Patch and told the headmaster to let parents know what had happened.
In the name of the sick brother
"I am sending this letter to make you aware of the situation, and if the conversation arrives at home in the next few days, you can take appropriate measures to reduce the innocence of the holiday season According to Patch director Michael Raj wrote to parents.
He told them when he learned what had happened, he quickly addressed the matter with the unidentified deputy "regarding their bad judgment this proclamation.
In the letter, Raj, himself a parent, recognized the subject's "sensitive nature," the Associated Press reported.
The Superintendent of Montville Schools Rene Rovtar was "daunted" by what was happening in the classroom, as Patch
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The school officials did not respond promptly to Fox News' request for comment.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.