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School Suspends 7 Year Old Student Calling Groin Punch Sexual Harassment in Boston

December 5, 2011 8:06pm by editor

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A 7-year-old kid's actually being accused of sexual harassment over a school bus fight between children where a South Boston mother says her son was forced to self-defense after being choked. The young Massachusetts boy punched another first-grader in the groin--an effective target for physically serious situations--while Tynan Elementary claims sexual harassment or assault.
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9 Year Old Boy Suspended Over Calling School Teacher Cute or Fine to Friend

December 5, 2011 5:49pm by editor

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There may be multiple ways to get suspended from school but cute kids calling a teacher the same isn't usually one among them. Read more

FDA Says Applesauce Maker Reworking Moldy Fruit to Use as School Kids Sick After Lunches

November 7, 2011 5:10pm by editor

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If it was actually 'snow kissed' it probably wouldn't be so affected by mold. Instead it seems to be rotting food. Washington state fruit processor "Snokist" has been supplying schools and kids nationwide with apple sauce--in addition to making baby foods--and the FDA says its reconditioning process needs to be proven as healthy. Read more

Teacher Draws on Junior High Student with Sharpie as School Violates Handbook Policy

October 18, 2011 6:41pm by hearit

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It’s certainly ironic: Marshall Junior High School boasts its Mavericks mascot--pushing the concept of "someone who exhibits great independence in thought and action”--while a teacher instead draws on a student's head with a Sharpie, specifically to make him less individual. The Texas school can't easily argue policy violation. Read more

Former CA PTA Members Charm Investors at Elementary School Events Steal $1 Million

September 8, 2011 1:32pm by copythat

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Parents complain about the nasty goings-on with women related to PTAs but serious financial fraud doesn't typically serve as the cornerstone for gripes: Three former Armstrong Elementary School PTA members in Diamond Bar (CA) are accused of running a Ponzi scheme, the women using middle school events to charm investors--and steal $1 million bucks. Read more

Iowa High School Says Late Students Need a Wake Up Call Literally

July 5, 2011 8:45pm by hearit

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One high thinks it's got a solution for late students who claim a lack of alarm clocks. With roughly 250 commonly tardy students, Marshalltown High School in Iowa wants is sending out a "wake-up" call for students to arrive on time. That's the idea anyway. Read more

Wrestlers Call Black Santa Monica High Student Slave Locked with Noose

June 29, 2011 7:46pm by hearit

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A problem of racial harassment plagues Santa Monica High School (SAMOHI ) in California--in a scandal where the public school's "H House" principal allegedly told a black student not to tell police about fellow wrestling team members locking him to a locker with a "dummy bag" that was wearing a noose. Read more

Boy Suspended for High Heels and Dress Worn to Washington School

June 17, 2011 11:25pm by copythat

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A 15-year-old, 9th-grader from Port Orchard, has been suspended from John Sedgwick Junior High School after the boy wore high heels and dress to his Washington public school. At least the shoes were a challenge laid down by his mother--the attire his own addition.
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Eighth Graders Win Hooter's Lottery for Maryland Field Trip Lunch Visit

June 3, 2011 4:40pm by hearit

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It seems there's always a reason to visit Hooter's--the restaurant's proving a hot spot for school chaperones who seem to frequently find a reason to cart kids: Berwick Middle School students got a lu Read more

Art Teacher Making Connecticut Kids Clean School Toilets Forced on Leave

May 26, 2011 4:07pm by hearit

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Parents are dishing dirt about a Connecticut art teacher's quest for cleanliness: A public school teacher is forced on paid leave after requiring students to clean or bleach toilets for two years. Read more