A Los Angeles-area school at the center of a shocking child abuse scandal reopens Thursday with an entirely new staff, including the principal, teachers, administrators and janitors
The Los Angeles Unified School District replaced the Miramonte Elementary staff to avoid "surprises," educators said.
About 70 new teachers will welcome the 1,400 students who attend Miramonte when they resume classes.
"The teachers are concerned on how the children are going to feel," said Contisia Davis, a special education assistant and 16-year teaching veteran.
Davis, 36, said she and the new faculty are trained to include social skills in their lesson plans so kids can adjust to the sudden change of having all new teachers.FULL STORY