Sharon Burns was criticized for “her allegiance to satanic practices”.
A Canadian high school principal who recently made global headlines after exposing herself as an Iron Maiden fan will have to keep the job, despite “concerned parents” calling for her removal.
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Sharon Burns – the principal of Eden High School in St. Catharines, Ontario – was recently criticized on social media after she shared two images, one of her throwing the ‘horn up’ Iron Maiden banner and license plate He was shown posing in front of The gesture, and the other features a figure of the band’s mascot, Eddie, sitting alongside a handwritten note saying “AD 666” inside a love heart.
As previously reported, a group of parents started a Change.org petition calling for Burns to be transferred to another school, writing that they were “deeply upset that the principal assigned to the school had taken to his public social media site.” but clearly showed his allegiance to satanic symbols and satanic practices. The stage where all the students can see him downstairs.”
The petition – which has since been closed – garnered 553 signatures. a counterclaim titled ‘We need Mrs. Burns’ Still active, and has over 23,000 signatures at the time of this writing.
Now, a representative for Burns has confirmed national post that the principal will continue in his post. Kim Sweeney, the District School’s Chief Communications Officer, said: “As you can imagine, Principal Burns, like all of us, is quite shocked by how her Instagram post sparked two petitions and interest around the world. became the subject of Board of Niagara.
“We know Ms. Burns as a passionate and dedicated teacher who is happiest when she focuses on and connects with her students.”
Sweeney confirmed that the school board has spoken with both Burns and the disgruntled parents and that “as far as the board is concerned, the issue is over”. national post Report. Burns has removed both positions, although no further action was required.
Last month, Funko launched Iron Maiden’s Eddie as a digital Pop! NFT is releasing more than 40 versions of the famous mascot. This marked Funko’s inaugural venture into music NFTs.