Posts Tagged ‘high school’

[Kitsap Sun]  A 56-year-old Central Kitsap man was arrested Monday for dropping his pants and then filming reactions of students on Olympic High School’s campus, according to documents filed in Kitsap County District Court. Craig E. Donelson was charged by county prosecutors Tuesday with voyeurism. Kitsap County sheriff’s deputies arrested Donelson Monday morning. Security at the school, who’d investigated a similar incident the week before, found Donelson after female students had witnessed the man with his pants down. Detectives said Donelson was aroused by the reactions of people at the sight of his buttocks, which he would film on a camera. He said he’d been doing it for “five-10” years, including three times over the past few weeks at the school. He told detectives that “he did not like what he was doing and that he knew it was wrong,” court documents said. He was taken to the Kitsap County jail on $75,000 bail.

Wait – he was just mooning?  If today’s America means you get taken to the clink on $75k bail for mooning a few high school broads, then color me Al-Qaeda.  I’m not even kidding when I ask what the fuck did Craig Donelson do that hasn’t been done a bazillion times before him?  Butt cheeks are harmless and, more often than not, a crowd-pleaser.   (more…)

[Fox News]  The principal of a Boston-area public high school is standing firm in his school’s decision to ban a female student from wearing a T-shirt that says, “All The Cool Girls Are Lesbians.” Lynn English High School principal Tom Strangie told FoxNews.com that the student was asked to cover up the shirt because it was deemed “disruptive” by school administrators – not because of the student’s sexual orientation. The student, who has not been publicly identified, was asked by Assistant Principal Joseph O’Hanagan to cover up the shirt after a teacher observed her wearing it in the school’s cafeteria. The girl complied, but later penned a letter to Lynn mayor and school committee chairman Judith Flanagan Kennedy, saying she felt her right to free speech had been violated, according to the The Item newspaper, which obtained a copy of it. She reportedly claimed in the letter that she was told not to wear the shirt “Because it’s political and offensive to some people.” “Well, frankly, I’m the one who feels offended,” she wrote. The newspaper reports that the student went on to say that a number of female students freely wear shirts that read “I love boys” without being reprimanded. But Strangie denied the claim, telling FoxNews.com, “If someone was wearing a shirt that said ‘All straight girls are cool,’ they’d be asked to cover up their shirt, too.” He said that the school’s student handbook explicitly states that any clothing considered “disruptive” is not allowed to be worn, though he acknowledged that the rules do not define the word in detail. Sarah Wunsch, a staff attorney for ACLU Massachusetts, told the New York Daily News that she sent a letter to the school on Monday, “to just give them some additional information about the law.” “The only disruption was the administrator telling her not to wear it,” Wunsch told the newspaper.

First of all, if this shirt were non-fiction it’d say “All Lesbians Are Ugly Cunts Unless They’re Experimenting Or Getting Paid”.  Now that that’s out of the way, I have no problem with this chick rocking her little ‘statement shirt’.  I’m a fan of them.  But don’t act as if you weren’t all geared up the night before when your new shirt came in the mail.  Let’s not pretend this isn’t EXACTLY what you wanted.  “I can’t WAIT for some judgemental, hetero son of a bitch to say something tomorrow…”  You had that letter written as soon as you clicked ‘Confirm’ on LesboTees.com’s PayPal page.  And again, I’m with you. Fight the good box-chowing fight.   (more…)

[The Ledger]  Former Lakewood High School band director Raphael McLean went on trial this week, accused of having sex with a 15-year-old student in his office inside the band room. But his attorney, Val Shealey, offered a novel defense: that McLean had sex there with an adult, not a student; specifically with a guidance counselor. And on Wednesday that guidance counselor, Danielle Johnson, testified, “I performed oral sex on Mr. McLean in his office.” She said she did so twice, in the winter of 2010. She said she was testifying because “I just want to do what’s right.” Afterward, she went to school board headquarters and resigned. For the defense, Johnson’s testimony provided a possible explanation of why McLean’s semen was found on the desk and chair in his office — because of a secret encounter with a fellow adult, not a criminal encounter with a child. For the Tampa Bay area, it was another weird twist in the annals of teachers committing questionable and sometimes illegal sexual acts. But to Assistant State Attorney Christopher LaBruzzo the case provided clear evidence McLean, who was married, had sex with the 15-year-old girl, and “he did so on campus, in his office in the middle of the day.” McLean, 28, extolled by his attorney as a former member of the famed Florida A&M marching band, was a popular teacher and band director at Lakewood, even a father figure for some students. His band room often filled with youths. The student, now a 17-year-old college-bound senior, said McLean frequently complimented her and eventually began talking about sex. Her name is withheld from this report because of the nature of the allegations.

OK wait – first of all, since when do high school band directors have an office??  Did she mean “the instrument closet”?  Anyway, this story is 1000% bullshit, and the fact that this case was bounced outta court due to a hung jury is a travesty.  Sure, on the surface, all the pieces fit.  First and foremost, this fat slob stepping forward on her own accord & essentially ending her career seems like something that’d be done only if it was the God’s-honest truth.  I get that.  Now, take a good look at the blubbery white snowflake in that picture – then let me introduce you to Raphael McLean.   (more…)

[Fox4Now]  Nicole Zivich, an Estero High School varsity cheerleading coach mysteriously fired three days before Thanksgiving, says she wasn’t given a reason but believes it’s because she works part-time at Hooters. “Very upsetting, it hurts,” said Zivich, with tears in her eyes. “It’s not about me it’s about these kids.” Zivich says one parent complained about her off-the-field job, which helps support her two young kids. She says her coaching job only paid her $1300 for six months of work. “It’s sad when you get somebody young like myself who wants to do nothing but help kids,” said Zivich, “and…it gets taken away from them.” “I want my job back,” she said. “To be clear you didn’t do anything inappropriate, nothing wrong, that would be cause for you to be fired?,” asked Fox 4 reporter Matt Grant. “No,” said Zivich. “Nothing illegal or immoral in any way, shape, or form.” The district wouldn’t comment on Zivich’s firing. “As you know, the district doesn’t comment on personnel matters,” said district spokesperson Joe Donzelli in a statement. “That is something more appropriately discussed directly between District officials and the employee(s) in question.” Zivich has worked at Hooters for five years and has been coaching on-and-off at Estero for four years, she told us. She says she loved coaching and mentoring the girls. “It’s about the kids, I love what I do,” said Zivich. But that love isn’t shared by the school’s principal George Clover, who is apparently standing by his decision. “I met with him today face-to-face,” said Zivich. “He told me that we had philosophical differences.” “What did he mean by that?,” asked Grant. “I don’t know,” said Zivich. Zivich was fired with two other coaches, who have since been reinstated.

Philosophical differences = if you’re not gonna hook me up with free wings or polish my principal peen, fuck off.  I know it’s frowned upon to judge a book by its cover, but come on Nicole.  What do you think Principal Clover’s problem is with you?  Let’s do the math:   (more…)

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[MyFoxBoston]  Kevin Hogan is an English teacher and crew coach at a top-rated Massachusetts public high school, but he brings some unusual experience to the job: until recently, he was starring in pornographic movies. Hogan has worked at the Mystic Valley Regional Charter School in Malden since September. In addition to his coaching and teaching duties, he also chairs the high school’s English department. But he can also be found on the Internet and in adult entertainment stores under his screen name: Hytch Cawke. His movie credits include “Fetish World” and “Just Gone Gay 8,” and FOX Undercover found his third movie, whose title is not fit to reveal in a family news outlet, in a local adult store. It features him answering an ad to have sex for money. Now Hogan will have to answer to his school, which placed him on paid leave while they conduct their own investigation. It’s not the kind of news the school is used to. Just this year, Newsweek magazine named Mystic Valley one of the best high schools in the country and fourth best public high school in Massachusetts.

First of all, “Hytch Cawke” is a pretty solid porn name considering how many others have already been taken.  Anyway, it’s pretty crazy to see people up in arms over shit like this.  I mean would Mystic Valley Regional Charter School rank any higher if Kevin Hogan wasn’t getting his starfish smashed in Fetish World?  A gay porn star can’t also master English and crew?  Christ, crew might be gayer than a feature role in the Just Gone Gay series.   (more…)



[NBC]  It happened in Stafford, Va., where 14-year-old Bryan Thompson was detained by Colonial Forge High School authorities for wearing an unauthorized banana costume during halftime of a football game. Thompson, who has autism, thought it would be a good idea to run down one of the sidelines in the suit. But following his sprint he was met by school security, handcuffed, and placed in a police car. He was then suspended from school for 10 days, and may possibly be expelled. Thompson’s crime? The school claims that he was causing “mayhem.” In a letter to Thompson’s mother, the school principal wrote:

“The suspension of 10 days and the recommendation for long-term suspension for the remainder of the 2011-2012 school year are the result of Bryan having: disobedience of an administrator, disrespectful behavior toward an administrator, disruption of an activity, refusal to follow directions of an administrator, any violation of the student handbook, including a continued disregard of the Student Code of Conduct and any other conduct considered by the principal to be disruptive and presenting an immediate danger to the welfare, health, and safety of any person in violation of rule #19, #20, #21, #54, #74, and #75 of the student code of conduct.”

In addition, several students came to school the following Monday wearing “Free Banana Man” t-shirts, which school officials promptly confiscated. They then gave detention to the students.

Newflash for you, Banana Man – autism doesn’t excuse racism.  You may think it’s hilarious to run around in a banana costume during halftime of your high school football game, but I bet the guy who tossed a banana peel at Wayne Simmonds during his shootout attempt last week thought that was a riot too.   (more…)

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[Baltimore Sun] A sexual encounter involving a girl and several members of a Baltimore County junior varsity boys football team has led to the cancellation of the team’s Friday game and concern among parents, a school district official said Thursday. The incident — involving players and a female student at Essex’s Kenwood High School — took place on school property and was consensual, according to district officials. School officials decided that, because of the encounter, the Kenwood Bluebirds junior varsity team should forfeit its game against Baltimore’s Eastern Technical High School, said Phyllis Reese, spokeswoman for Baltimore County schools. A county schools spokesman said Friday that about six students were directly involved in the incident, though others may have had knowledge about the incident and didn’t report it. The Kenwood principal, Paul D. Martin, sent a letter home to parents this week. In the letter, obtained by The Baltimore Sun, Martin said, “We have discussed this with the members of the team and explained that this situation is to be a time where they reflect upon their level of participation in this event and how this situation reflects upon the rest of the student body of Kenwood High School.” The principal added that “any attempts to contact the young lady, to continue discussing the situation, and/or making threats towards students who may or may not have been involved in the investigation will not be tolerated.” Appropriate disciplinary measures were taken against all who were involved, spokesman Charles Herndon said. While the district cannot say specifically what sanctions were taken against which students, he said the infractions involved could lead to a suspension under the county’s Code of Conduct.

Hey you know who doesn’t give a shit about the JV Kenwood Bluebirds football game being cancelled? The JV Kenwood Bluebirds, that’s who.  Six of these motherfuckers just destroyed every gap on a willing sluts’ body.  At school.  You know what that means?   (more…)