You can report the teacher to the school board.
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While it is objectionable, it is not something that a court would be willing to entertain. You could report it to the school or district, which is probably your only recourse.
There is probably a fairly strict immunity statute applicable to your case. You will almost certainly have greater recourse by contacting your local school board.
Why not complain to the school's principal?
[Please note: I'm only licensed to practice law in the State of Washington. This communication does not constitute legal advice, nor does it form an attorney-client relationship.]
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