Greece, N.Y.-- It's a ten-minute clip four Greece middle schoolers would like to take back.
The ten-minute cell phone video of verbal abuse aimed at bus monitor Karen Klein went viral and resulted in the school district's decision to suspend all four students from buses and regular classes for the year.
"I'm really satisfied with their decision and... hoping that he learns his lesson with his punishment," said a father of one teen who did not wish to be identified.
Around the neighborhood where some of the students live, emotions are mixed.
"It's probably, actually what should happen, but I would like to go back to the beginning on the bus, why did it go that far?" questioned Joe Marron.
Melissa Patrick said the student who took the video and later posted it online is respectful and didn't mean to cause such a stir. She feels the suspensions are too much.
"I don't think a year suspension from school is necessary. I think the bus makes sense," said Melissa Patrick.
The students involved will attend a reengagement center that will allow them to complete coursework away from the Athena school campus. They will also perform 50 hours of community service and can re-apply for regular classes after 30 weeks.