By CBS3 Staff

COATESVILLE, Pa. (CBS) — The president of the Coatesville Area Teacher’s Association could lose her job after the district says she put duct tape on a student’s face. According to the statement of charges, Audra Ritter, a seventh-grade special education teacher, placed a piece of tape that reads “I have nothing nice to say” on a student’s face.

The report says the student was “agitated and cursing.”

READ MORE: Mayor Kenney Signs Bill To Lower City's Wage Tax, Giving Very Small Boost To Paychecks

Credit: CBS3

READ MORE: Arson Suspect Arrested In Connection To Fire, Building Collapse That Killed Philadelphia Fire Lt. Sean Williamson

The incident happened on May 4 at North Brandywine Middle School.

MORE NEWS: Signs, Strike Pay Signup As Union Representing Atlantic City Casino Workers Readies For Casino Walkout

The district says the student was humiliated and offended and went to the principal to be excused from Ritter’s class.