The principal and two teachers at a Kansas City elementary school have been suspended as the school District investigates allegations that kindergarten students were bound to their chairs with tape. The State Division of Family Services is looking into allegations of inappropriate discipline at Pitcher Elementary School. It’s not known how many students were involved in the alleged incident this week According to the complaint, the kindergarten students were taped to their chairs and their hands were bound together with tape. A District spokesman says officials are also looking into reports that pepper had been placed in the mouths of students, at least one student has been threatened with a hot glue gun, and that several had been spanked. A District news release says the allegations, if true, would amount to”a clear violation of school district policy.”