Teacher gives student wedgie

Duration: 4min 48sec Views: 1936 Submitted: 12.09.2019
Category: Romantic
We all remember the good old days of getting bullied by peers in grade school, right? The good ole days are still going on, at least in Florida. Petersburg, Florida. Armstrong was accused of excessive force four times since being hired in March A week after allegedly giving a student a wedgie Armstrong told an assistant principal that she would not be doing anything that day. The first incident came less than a month after she was hired, the second being in March for inappropriately grabbing a student by the shirt, and the third for forcibly removing a student from the school bus on September 5,

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The older teen told police that he had wrestled with Gustafson, a Stamford resident, 15 to 20 times during school hours and once or twice after school, beginning in mid-November, In the last encounter, on Feb. You better be happy — she came and saved your life. Make sure you smile when you hug her. The mother told police she thought it was odd that the teacher was still there nearly three hours later. Gustafson told police he had been tutoring the older teen to prepare him to take the ASVAB, an aptitude test given by the military before enlistment. After Gustafson left on Feb.

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COM: Facebook Twitter. Armstrong allegedly used excessive force on a special needs student at Mount Vernon Elementary School on September Mount Vernon Elementary, in St. Petersburg, Florida, as seen in video by Pinellas County Schools.
The Pinellas County School Board fired a teacher's aide Tuesday night for giving a special needs student at Mount Vernon Elementary School a wedgie in front of his classmates, then refusing to work. According to the school district, Dominique Diamond Armstrong grabbed the student by his underwear on Sept. A little more than a week later, she told an assistant principal "I am not doing anything today. Disciplinary records show this is the fourth time Armstrong, 25, has been accused of excessive force since being hired as an exceptional student education associate in March A district investigation into the first instance, which came less than a month after she was hired, yielded no results, district record show.