Florida teacher arrested for playing music to disrupt tests

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An art teacher at Creekside Middle School in Port Orange was arrested on campus Tuesday for disrupting school activities and disorderly conduct. Campus. Reese allegedly refused to turn off the music and caused a disturbance as he was escorted to the principal’s office. He was also posting live on social media before police confronted him. “This has caused the school to be locked down until the situation is resolved,” police wrote in a statement. “At no time were any students endangered and no weapons involved in the incident.” Reese has only been at Creekside since March 23, about two weeks, but was hired by the school district in 2009. A district spokesperson said Reese was fired. Reese got out of jail on bail.

An art teacher at Creekside Middle School in Port Orange was arrested on campus on Tuesday for disrupting school activities and disorderly conduct.

Police were called to the school where they say teacher Martin Reese was playing loud music with the intention of disrupting FSA tests which were taking place on campus.

Reese allegedly refused to turn off the music and caused a disturbance as he was escorted to the principal’s office. He was also posting live on social media before police confronted him.

“This has caused the school to be locked down until the situation is resolved,” police wrote in a statement. “At no time were any students endangered and no weapons involved in the incident.”

Reese has only been at Creekside since March 23, about two weeks, but was hired into the school district in 2009.

A district spokesperson said Reese was fired.

Reese got out of jail on bail.

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