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Monday, April 14, 2008

One high school saga I never expected

Oh my goodness, our city is a buzz with gossip tonight. It seems that the Girl's English teacher was let go today for some kind of improper behavior with a high school junior, one of his students. The Girl...she is beside herself. It was HER English teacher! She just cannot believe it.

It just happened today, and although the story has been substantiated by other teachers and her tutor, the Girl and her brother are in shock. The teacher was brand new, right out of college and this was his first year of teaching. The Girl reported all year long that he was a bit creepy, but very hot. I never met the guy, so I know nothing other that what she reported.

According to her tutor, there wasn't any actual sexual contact, but there were emails and other improper behavior that led the school to let him go.

No word at all from the Principal, which is highly unusual. I'm sure something will come soon. He's big on reporting anything and everything.

Meanwhile, the phone wires are burning up. This is the best thing to happen to the gossiping teens ever. The phone has been ringing off the hook, texting and IMing are going wild, and this story surpasses all the kids put on the waiting lists at the college of their choice.

It's been a tough year, but this is like free cotton candy for all! Nothing, but nothing is sweeter for a high schooler than good old fashioned gossip. We don't know who the girl in question was, but that poor kid. She's going to be the school celebrity, our own Britney right here in town. If I were her parents, I'd be looking at a long long vacation in the Bahamas. Like until mid-June.

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Blogger Daisy said...

Oh, my! A brand new teacher wouldn't have any tenure protection, but that wouldn't help in a situation like this. Whoa.

14/4/08 6:53 PM  

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