By John L. Braese
ONTARIO – An Ontario High School psychology teacher resigned after officials confronted him about playing a graphic movie in his class about serial killer Ted Bundy.
The movie, a 2002 production entitled Ted Bundy, shown to 16 students on Nov. 28, included nudity, vulgar language and sexual violence. Students in the class complained to high school administrators before teacher Ian Cady could show the second part the following day.
Cady didn’t respond to an email message about the incident.
He was placed on administrative leave the next day and Ontario High School principal Jodi Elizondo notified parents of students in the class by letter on Nov. 29 informing the parents them the matter was being investigated. Cady subsequently resigned Dec. 5.
Cady He was hired in August 2016 by the district after graduating from Oregon State University earlier that year.
District records released to . . .