Teacher banned from Utah high school for saying the word ‘condom’

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LEHI, Utah -- A Utah community is rallying behind a science teacher who has been banned from a high school for using two words that some students and their parents found offensive, KSTU reports.

The science teacher who spent more than three decades teaching at Lehi High School before being banned for using two words that some students and their parents found offensive.

RevaBeth Russell taught at Lehi High School for 32 years before retiring two years ago. However, she has returned many times since as a substitute.

In April she was told she will no longer be permitted to teach at the high school after she used the word "condom" and a slang term for the word breast that also starts with the letter "B." It took place while she was substitute teaching a math class.

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