Skip to comments.Texas teacher reportedly lines kindergartners up to hit bully
Posted on 06/15/2012 8:03:24 PM PDT by Altariel
SAN ANTONIO A Texas teacher will lose her job after ordering more than 20 kindergartners to line up and hit a classmate accused of being a bully, a district spokesman said Friday.
The teacher at a suburban San Antonio school is accused of orchestrating the slugfest after a younger teaching colleague went to her last month seeking suggestions on how to discipline the 6-year-old, according to a police report from the Judson Independent School District.
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Little punk probably deserved it, but you don’t do it.
That's because, as if by an invisible boot, the same treatment eventually gets meted out to little oddballs, little misfits, "etc."
Another brainless teacher not expecting to get caught. In this day and age you can’t so much as fart without someone getting wind of it.
Presupposing of course that the little punk was indeed a little punk. Right now that judgment comes from the same guy who organized a gauntlet for 6 year olds.
We don’t know whether he did or not.
The proper thing is for parents to teach their kids to defend themselves against a bully.
Not for a teacher to take it upon himself/herself to train the kids to become a gauntlet to be used against a child accused of bullying.
“Aiden” is obviously another of those pretentious whites.
Just curious. Teachers, kids, race, ages.
My gut is they’re mostly white. Definitely the “young” teacher who didn’t know what to do.
I’ll bet the punk deserved it, but it’s not right to have all the other children involved. Get the paddle and do it in the principal’s office!
Oh heck. As we slip into Gomorrah, the president of the Muslim culture, soon to consume us...has a tenet of stoning...It’s just one more slip. ////sarc
If there is a bully in school, neither the school nor the students should have to endure it for a moment. The school should suspend/expel the troublemaker immediately.
The PARENTS are then forced to deal with the kid who doesn't have his daily babysitter i.e. school, which you know they don't want around them.
I am convinced they would make sure this child would not misbehave any more at school if for no other reason than they then don't have to have him at home with them.
As a teacher, she can’t do something like this in her classroom and get away with it. What on earth was she thinking?
Screwed by the ACLU, there used to be a process by which deserving perpetrators would get swats! The anarchists won.
It's not being an "anarchist" to wonder if the people now teaching in public schools are the best ones to decide who's "deserving" of a beating.
Maybe the teacher watched that slapping scene from, “Airplane!”.
Might have been that the teacher was the bully — like that teacher last month in the South who told that kid that it was illegal to bad-mouth Obama.
In gradeschool I was bullied without mercy. I then subscribed to Charles Atlas' bodybuilding journal and increased my biceps to 18 inches over the summer.
The first day of second grade the bullies came up to me demanding my lunch money. I hit the first one so hard my fist literally contacted the back of his skull. Before the others had a chance to react I karate chopped each of them (there were three; I also read a book on karate) in the throat. All of this was before the first bully hit the ground.
Because of my manliness there is now a holiday named after me in my home town.
Yes, parents. You, too, can train your child to be a lethal weapon.
There, fixed it.
The public school system is “bully.”
Back in the day, I smacked the biggrst guy in the mouth. Worked fine.
These days, the cops are invited to assert the authority. Dickweeds, all.
Indeed, that could happen in the future.
How could anyone that stupid be employed as a teacher?
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