Sixth-grader Stone Chaney had just started his first week at a new school when the alleged incident occurred on September 7, according to WDIV.
Stone said his teacher then tried to force him to stand.
The next day when he once again chose not to stand, another teacher yelled at him regarding his decision.
The next day, Chaney said he was verbally reprimanded by another teacher for doing the same thing.
A teacher has been accused of assaulting a six grader student who did not stand for the Pledge of Allegiance as he believed to deliver his allegiance to his family and the creator of the world, God.
Chaney spoke Tuesday at a Farmington Public Schools board of education meeting, demanding answers.
"We are very disappointed that when we dropped our son off at East Middle School... we thought our son would be in nurturing hands", Chaney told The Farmington Voice. "I don't make him sit".
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