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      Riverdale teacher charged for behavior in surveillance video

      HANCOCK COUNTY -- A kindergarten teacher has been charged with child endangerment after a surveillance video appeared to show her grabbing one of her student's face and pushing him against a wall. Prosecutors on Monday filed a misdemeanor charge against Barbara Williams. As a result, the teacher at Riverdale Local Schools was suspended for 10 days without pay for the remainder of the school year.Ian Nelson, the 6-year-old in the video, doesn't want anything to do with it, according to his parents.The boy's parents said the the teacher should get fired.WATCH: NBC24 spoke to the family; teacher suspended for behavior in surveillance video According to Riverdale Local Schools Superintendent Eric Hoffman has said he apologized to the parents and called the incident unfortunate.Hoffman said Williams is a 14-year district veteran with no past issues.The Findlay City Municipal Court indicated no court date has been set as of this time. Officials have to issue her a summons to court.Williams declined to comment Monday. A message left with her attorney was not immediately returned.(The Associated Press contributed to this report.)