Teachers’ entanglements with the law.
The public school system in Lincoln, Nebraska, has publicly apologized for the content of the following anti-bullying flyer that was sent home with fifth graders from the Zeman Elementary School in time for Easter. The nine item flyer on “turning bullies into buddies” contains breathtakingly bad advice like “Do not tell on bullies” — because bullies hate that, don’t ya know.
Fearing the worst, officials at the Medgar Evers Middle and High School in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, summoned emergency crews after detecting a noxious enough odor that they thought it could be toxic. The source of the hazardous smell turned out to be someone’s Axe body spray.
A gun went off inside a kindergarter’s backpack yesterday and police are trying to figure out how it got there.
Anthony Edward Warn, 32, of Gainesville, Fla., wandered into the Kanapaha Middle School on December 19, 2012, and strolled through a phys. ed. class of about 100 students before staff even realized he was there.
You can’t ever be too careful or too ridiculous when is comes to the safety of our children — or can you? This morning the Seminole High School in Pinellas County Florida may have just reset the standard for outlandish overreaction by a school.
A murder suicide at a small community college left a male professor and a woman dead. The killer killed the professor and himself in front of a classroom filled with students. The investigation is ongoing.