According to CBS San Francisco, parents of students at Encinal High School in Alameda, California want a teacher fired after they say “he sent them home with an extra credit assignment of finding sex toys and condoms in their parents’ private drawers and taking a selfie with what they find.”
Kimberly Cobene and Evangeline Garcia both have daughters who are sophomores at EHS. The women found out about the sex toy selfie assignment from a counselor at an afterschool program. Cobene said, “It was to go into your parent’s private drawers or whatever to seek out sexual toys or condoms, anything of that nature and to take a selfie with it. From what I understand, a student actually did it and he used that as an example of what it should look like for the other students,” Cobene said.
The administration at EHS, in a desperate attempt at damage control, tried to imply that the assignment was probably a joke, but they aren’t getting away with that so easily. “If the kids took it as a joke, then why did one kid take it serious and actually did the extra credit work, and was shown as an example in class?” Garcia asked.
Their skepticism about it being a joke is understandable. The school refuses to name the teacher or give out any information, but he is a math teacher. That narrows down the possible suspects quite a bit. And he’s still teaching, according to the mothers. “We don’t feel comfortable with our children in his presence,” said Garcia. “All they could tell us is that, ‘Oh, this is an HR issue. It’s being investigated.'”. The school claimed they weren’t at liberty to tell her more than that. She feels as though she is getting the runaround, and she is right. Instead of spinning and trying to cover their behinds, the school should be making statements about how such things are completely unacceptable, that they do not condone such behavior from their teachers and that they will set it right immediately. Cobene and Garcia want the teacher fired. Cobene promised that if the school didn’t protect their children she would.
Schools appear to be having some problems with their employees lately. In 2014 Uintah Elementary School in Salt Lake City, Utah came under fire for throwing out some of the children’s hot lunches when their parents were delinquent in paying the bill. They not only humiliated the children, but they deprived them of food, replacing it with a snack. In April of this year a Colorado pre-school teacher refused to let a child eat part of her lunch because she felt it wasn’t nutritious. She took it upon herself to send a note to the mother:
“Dear Parents, it is very important that all students have a nutritious lunch. This is a public school setting and all children are required to have a fruit, a vegetable and a heavy snack from home, along with a milk. If they have potatoes, the child will also need bread to go along with it. Lunchables, chips, fruit snacks, and peanut butter are not considered to be a healthy snack. This is a very important part of our program and we need everyone’s participation.”
To name just a few, this year in Pennsylvania, Virginia and Georgia teachers have either been fired for or accused of inappropriate sexual behavior with their students. In October of 2014 students at a Mapleton Junior High School in Utah County were asked to take inventory of the things inside their family medicine cabinet and then turn that list into their health teacher. In Oklahoma students were asked to circle verbs on a worksheet that detailed a real-life murder in which a student was accused of killing his teacher. Several of the questions were very dark.. “He followed his teacher to the bathroom, beat her, and slit her throat.” “He then dumped her body in the woods behind the school.” “Police were notified when a pool of blood was found in the women’s bathroom.” “No one know what caused him to kill his teacher.”
Fourth graders in Arizona and Texas were given an assignment on how to detect infidelity, including graphic details. At a New York private school students were instructed to write a first person suicide note.
Our schools are out of control. They are indoctrinating and brainwashing our children. From graphic sexuality to anti-gun rhetoric to snooping and reporting on parents and family members, these teachers and administrators are assigning homework and teaching a lack of ethics that are indecent, inappropriate and even criminal.