Teacher Charged In Classroom Incident - New Hampshire News Story - WMUR Manchester "CHESTER, N.H. -- A Chester teacher is being charged with simple assault for using force to discipline a child acting out in class.In October 2009 at Chester Academy, Ann Raspuzzi's sixth-grade science class did an experiment on buoyancy with a tub of water. One boy ignored her instructions to keep his hands out of the tub. Police said she struck him in the back of the head.The district suspended Raspuzzi for three days with pay, but reinstated her to the classroom over the concerns of the boy's mother. Now with the misdemeanor charge, that could change. Police said they took a long time because they wanted to get this case right -- they even brought it to a justice at Derry District Court for review.The Chester School Board sent News 9 a statement saying three separate investigations by the NH Department of Education backed the disciplinary action it took in this case.Attempts to reach Raspuzzi for comment were unsuccessful. We have learned she will retired at the end of this school year.The boy's parents said he has not returned to science class since the incident and received separate instruction." I am hoping some if not all of you will not support the teachers action no one is saying one kid did is right. but you never ever put hands on kids at all.