SPRINGFIELD, Tenn. - A Midstate teacher is accused of being drunk during an out of town trip while chaperoning students. It apparently happened on a field trip to Gatlinburg. According to police, the instructor and a female chaperone were thrown out of a hotel after noise complaints. This all happened during a Future Farmers of American convention in Gatlinburg. Students at Springfield High School returned from the 3-day FFA convention Thursday, but the Ag teacher who took them on the trip, Jared Phy, is off the job after a police report was filed at the hotel.We didn't have anything like that happen in my 4 years at high school, says former student Tyler Jones.According to police, Jared Phy and female chaperone Clara Eaves were extremely intoxicated and creating so much noise that hotel staff called police.I would be distraught if my child was on a trip and I got a phone call because the chaperone got kicked out of the hotel because he or she was drunk, says parent Christie Murphey.Police responded to the room at 4am and then again at 5am. When hotel staff asked them to leave the property, they told authorities they were chaperoning 10 high school students.If they were both seriously intoxicated and drunk and the police had to be called they should be fired, says Murphey.According to a statement from the Robertson County school district, the principal and a District Supervisor traveled to Gatlinburg so the students could continue the convention.Everybody makes mistakes, says resident Robert Keith. Something should be done, but I don't think it should be criminal, not if they were not around the kids at the time.Jared Phy is a first year teacher in Springfield. His file shows he was arrested for DUI in 2009 and plead guilty to reckless driving. He's suspended without pay.