A South Carolina woman will appear in court next week after she allegedly entered a school and screamed at children when she became upset her son had been bullied.
Jamie Louise Rathburn was arrested in May, and an arrest warrant says she's charged with disturbing or disrupting schools as well as non student interfering, Fox Carolina reports.
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Police said the woman was captured on CCTV going into Greenbrier Elementary School in Greenville unauthorised. She then approached students before yelling at them in a "threatening manner".
The woman had become upset about her son being picked on, Greenville County Schools said in a statement.
The statement said the school's principal and teacher were taking "active steps" to protect her son, Fox Carolina reports.
"Prior to her illegally entering the school building, yelling at a large group of small children and cursing at employees.
"The teacher offered suggestions to the parent and kept a close eye on her child and those accused of bullying.
"The district has a behaviour code to address disciplinary issues and that code was followed."
Rathburn will appear in court on Tuesday, reports the Greenville News.