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local 3rd grade teacher found with heroin

Posted by on Feb. 1, 2013 at 6:51 PM
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This is so disturbing to me. They found traces inside the classroom. How would feel?
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907PickleMom
by Bronze Member on Feb. 1, 2013 at 7:59 PM
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DawnPratt23
by Dawn on Feb. 1, 2013 at 8:15 PM
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DawnPratt23
by Dawn on Feb. 2, 2013 at 12:55 AM
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by Member on Feb. 2, 2013 at 12:57 AM
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Pissed to say the least is how i would feel!
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sucker4myloves
by on Feb. 2, 2013 at 1:21 AM

I would be livid!

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DawnPratt23
by Dawn on Feb. 2, 2013 at 1:39 AM

My heart broke when I read that traces were found inside the classroom around little kids. This was just unacceptable behavior, no one noticed her being high was even more disturbing.

Quoting sucker4myloves:

I would be livid!


sucker4myloves
by on Feb. 2, 2013 at 1:43 AM

Someone noticed enough to turn her in, thankfully. I can't believe it got to the point where she did it in class and no other adults knew anything. Lengthy sentence for her, I expect.


Quoting DawnPratt23:

My heart broke when I read that traces were found inside the classroom around little kids. This was just unacceptable behavior, no one noticed her being high was even more disturbing.

Quoting sucker4myloves:

I would be livid!




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DawnPratt23
by Dawn on Feb. 2, 2013 at 1:47 AM

I can only hope, so many are saying that she shouldn't be in jail but receive help. Yes, receive help in jail and never again be around kids.

Quoting sucker4myloves:

Someone noticed enough to turn her in, thankfully. I can't believe it got to the point where she did it in class and no other adults knew anything. Lengthy sentence for her, I expect.


Quoting DawnPratt23:

My heart broke when I read that traces were found inside the classroom around little kids. This was just unacceptable behavior, no one noticed her being high was even more disturbing.

Quoting sucker4myloves:

I would be livid!





sucker4myloves
by on Feb. 2, 2013 at 2:04 AM

UGH. I am so sick of the "help the criminals" approach. Do sick people need help? Yes. Does that mean they deserve any less to be punished? Of course not! She did the most terrible drug you can do, and around children, other people's children no less. That could have gone so far south so fast. A kid could have gotten ahold of her stash and been too curious for his own good. If we stop over-punishing stupid crimes and start punishing the dangerous ones instead of molly coddling them, we might get something done.


Quoting DawnPratt23:

I can only hope, so many are saying that she shouldn't be in jail but receive help. Yes, receive help in jail and never again be around kids.

Quoting sucker4myloves:

Someone noticed enough to turn her in, thankfully. I can't believe it got to the point where she did it in class and no other adults knew anything. Lengthy sentence for her, I expect.


Quoting DawnPratt23:

My heart broke when I read that traces were found inside the classroom around little kids. This was just unacceptable behavior, no one noticed her being high was even more disturbing.

Quoting sucker4myloves:

I would be livid!







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DawnPratt23
by Dawn on Feb. 2, 2013 at 2:14 AM
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I fully agree, my other issue was that trace amounts were found in the class. Did any of the children get exposed to those trace amounts through touch, breathing in? I am really greatful nothing major happened like you said, but what effects will this have later for those children?

Quoting sucker4myloves:

UGH. I am so sick of the "help the criminals" approach. Do sick people need help? Yes. Does that mean they deserve any less to be punished? Of course not! She did the most terrible drug you can do, and around children, other people's children no less. That could have gone so far south so fast. A kid could have gotten ahold of her stash and been too curious for his own good. If we stop over-punishing stupid crimes and start punishing the dangerous ones instead of molly coddling them, we might get something done.


Quoting DawnPratt23:

I can only hope, so many are saying that she shouldn't be in jail but receive help. Yes, receive help in jail and never again be around kids.

Quoting sucker4myloves:

Someone noticed enough to turn her in, thankfully. I can't believe it got to the point where she did it in class and no other adults knew anything. Lengthy sentence for her, I expect.


Quoting DawnPratt23:

My heart broke when I read that traces were found inside the classroom around little kids. This was just unacceptable behavior, no one noticed her being high was even more disturbing.

Quoting sucker4myloves:

I would be livid!








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