CHARLOTTE — The Harding High School administrator seen on video being attacked by students said she was notified she's no longer with Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools.
Annette Albright told Channel 9 the reason she was let go was "violation of professional conduct."
She said that decision was made after more video of the fight was reviewed.
Channel 9 has requested a copy of that video.
Albright's full-time temporary position ended on June 10, CMS officials said.
She is no longer employed by CMS.
She served in a temporary position that ran from Aug. 17, 2015 to June 10, CMS officials said.
Four students are facing charges in the attack.
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