Nazi anarchist teaching our children

Nazi anarchist teaching our children

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concerned parent

United States

#1 Sep 6, 2012
It has come to my attention recently that there is a certain teacher in the subject of civics at RCB who is teaching our children some pretty disturbing things. Mainly her crazy beliefs of overthrowing the government and how great the tea party is. If any other parents have heard the same from there children please comment just to make sure I'm not wrong. If so I think its time to go to a BOE meeting. Thank you
Guy Wiliford

Vinita, OK

#2 Sep 6, 2012
A teacher that supports the Tea Party is like a chicken that supports Colonel Sanders.
Beavis

Clarksburg, WV

#3 Sep 6, 2012
You mean there's a conservative teaching in our schools?!!
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caper1

Inwood, WV

#5 Sep 6, 2012
Sounds like just about every college professor I have encountered- always hated them and their position to influence young adults that were trying to "find themselves" and seek independent thought away from home. Sounds like you need to get a grip on this idiot and fast before she makes an impression with these kids!!!!! She needs a one- way ticket to California.
Jade

Bridgeport, WV

#6 Sep 7, 2012
concerned parent wrote:
It has come to my attention recently that there is a certain teacher in the subject of civics at RCB who is teaching our children some pretty disturbing things. Mainly her crazy beliefs of overthrowing the government and how great the tea party is. If any other parents have heard the same from there children please comment just to make sure I'm not wrong. If so I think its time to go to a BOE meeting. Thank you
I also would like to know if this is true. I have family that attend RCB and I would not want this teacher teaching any of them her beliefs.

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#7 Sep 7, 2012
I'm shocked that this suprises anyone, after all at one time their was a KKK member teaching at WIMS.
Ron Reagan

United States

#8 Sep 7, 2012
I have heard about this also from one of my grandchildren. I do believe the person in question is Miss Trico and she is a real wack job. But thank goodness I did find out that she is retiring at the end of the year.
Beavis

Clarksburg, WV

#9 Sep 7, 2012
AriesBratt wrote:
I'm shocked that this suprises anyone, after all at one time their was a KKK member teaching at WIMS.
Hell, RCB was named after a KKK member!!!

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#10 Sep 7, 2012
Ron Reagan wrote:
I have heard about this also from one of my grandchildren. I do believe the person in question is Miss Trico and she is a real wack job. But thank goodness I did find out that she is retiring at the end of the year.
Miss Trico? She used to be a substitute and a tennis coach, right? Skinny, dark hair? I loved her as a teacher at RCB when I was there, if it is the same one. She was one of the only teachers at RCB that I would say actually cares about her students.
Sheeeesh

AOL

#11 Sep 8, 2012
You people are amazing!! Let me guess, all the parents that are on drugs, don't work, don't take care of or feed your kids because you want to make sure you have enough money to buy your booze, cigs and gamble with.... are worried that a teacher may corrupt the mind of your high school student that you have spend the last 14 years warping before they even met the teacher???? You got some nerve!!

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#12 Sep 8, 2012
Sheeeesh wrote:
You people are amazing!! Let me guess, all the parents that are on drugs, don't work, don't take care of or feed your kids because you want to make sure you have enough money to buy your booze, cigs and gamble with.... are worried that a teacher may corrupt the mind of your high school student that you have spend the last 14 years warping before they even met the teacher???? You got some nerve!!
Nice point, I my self don't see the problem with the teacher. It's a civics course, its going to cover all political issues. Honestly, I think it's good that students are learning about politics, because politics are a part of every day life in one manner or another. In my opinion, there are bigger things in the school system to worry about, such as the lack of caring teachers and administration (which I must say from experience RCB is full off from the top down), kids being bullied to the point that they commit suicide, and the BOE sweeping issues under the rug so they don't have to deal with the aftermath.

I had Mrs. Trico at RCB when I was a student, she was an amazing teacher who took the time to get to know her students and understand them. She was one of a handful of teachers at the horrible school that even cared and I do not believe for one minute that she would be forcing her opinions of her students. However, if it was a topic that she must teach on or a student asked questions, then yea, she would explain it and if necessary give her own opinions of the topic.
anonymous

Terre Haute, IN

#13 Sep 8, 2012
Can I just add that I am enrolled in Mrs. Tricot's class for the second year in a row, not by my choice but because she went from 11th grade history to Civics, and I learn absolutely nothing from her except her own beliefs. Therefore the "D" I made in her class last year.(I make A's in all my other classes so it's not just me.) If you try to argue your opinion with her you're automatically wrong. Also, no she does not care about her students; a perfect example: Last Friday I was sitting in her first block and she got upset at us students and said that "We have nothing to bring to this class anymore and that we are nothing and she cannot wait to move out of West Virginia."
anonymous

Terre Haute, IN

#14 Sep 8, 2012
Another thing to add: Before I signed up for her class two years ago I heard stories but I never heard that she was this bad. I'm not sure if it's because she wants to retire or whatever but whatever her reason may be she needs to buckle down and start being a teacher so students won't fail her class.
concerned parent

United States

#15 Sep 8, 2012
AriesBratt, I'm not so sure you had the teacher in question considering you don't even know her goddamn name. And sheesh, why don't you get a fu[email protected] life. These are my children and I don't want someone laying down there beliefs and forcing them to not have there own opinion. I bet if the teacher were a Muslim and forcing them to learn the Koran you right winged teaparty Gestapos would be calling your little bully friend Mike queen crying the blues real quick.

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#16 Sep 9, 2012
concerned parent wrote:
AriesBratt, I'm not so sure you had the teacher in question considering you don't even know her goddamn name. And sheesh, why don't you get a [email protected] life. These are my children and I don't want someone laying down there beliefs and forcing them to not have there own opinion. I bet if the teacher were a Muslim and forcing them to learn the Koran you right winged teaparty Gestapos would be calling your little bully friend Mike queen crying the blues real quick.
First of all, I am not the one who started the thread about a teacher, on this of all websites, rather then going to the administration about the issue. Second, the Mrs. Tricot I had was an excellent teacher and anyone that I went to school with would agree with me. "Ron Reagan" is the one who mentioned the teachers name in their above post. If she is not the same teacher, then please state so. Third, I do not believe that there is anything wrong with students learning multi-religious or multi-cultural studies on a full time basis. I believe that would open the minds of the younger generation into how closed minded and ignorant their parents are. As for your Mike Queen, or any school board employee, asking them to help with an issue is like going to a prostitute not expecting to get an STD...

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#17 Sep 9, 2012
anonymous wrote:
Can I just add that I am enrolled in Mrs. Tricot's class for the second year in a row, not by my choice but because she went from 11th grade history to Civics, and I learn absolutely nothing from her except her own beliefs. Therefore the "D" I made in her class last year.(I make A's in all my other classes so it's not just me.) If you try to argue your opinion with her you're automatically wrong. Also, no she does not care about her students; a perfect example: Last Friday I was sitting in her first block and she got upset at us students and said that "We have nothing to bring to this class anymore and that we are nothing and she cannot wait to move out of West Virginia."
That does not sound like the Mrs. Tricot that I had in school. If you or any other student have an issue with her you need to take it to the principle. Her bullying students is not permitted and she can get in deep trouble if enough stand up and speak against her. I went to RCB, I had trouble with many teachers and the principles who were their at the time. My advice to you is to stand up and speak your mind to someone who matters, because it won't get any better as the year progresses. Like I said in my post above about RCB, I had a handful of teachers that I would define as caring and good at their job. It's sad to say that but it's true and the same in all the school in our area.
anonymous

Clarksburg, WV

#18 Sep 9, 2012
We have taken it to the principles and guess what? They do NOTHING. If it doesn't benefit them they're not going to do anything. Besides, who listens to a bunch of kids... No one.

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#19 Sep 9, 2012
anonymous wrote:
We have taken it to the principles and guess what? They do NOTHING. If it doesn't benefit them they're not going to do anything. Besides, who listens to a bunch of kids... No one.
Do the kids have cellphones? Record her comments in class on the phones, go to a BOE meeting, if you raise enough hell, someone will listen.
caper1

Keyser, WV

#20 Sep 9, 2012
Don't really care if a teacher is a member of KKK or the A. Nation- so long as personal opinions remain in the closet and treatment is the same for ALL students. Diversity is an excellent thing. However, teaching a young adult anti-government tea party BS is wrong. Yes, our government does technically suk- but not EVERY aspect of it does and I wouldn't want my child taught how to rebel against all of the rules and want to join some koolaid drinking group with a plot to overthrow our government! Hell, if someone is gonna teach how to overthrow the government then why not teach out of the anarchists cookbook while they are at it?!?! Kids should be taught all about the Koran, etc.. But they shouldn't be told that their parents are wrong for not living by the Koran or that the Koran is the only way, etc.. There is a difference in teaching about something and teaching how something should be!
caper1

Keyser, WV

#21 Sep 9, 2012
AriesBratt wrote:
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First of all, I am not the one who started the thread about a teacher, on this of all websites, rather then going to the administration about the issue. Second, the Mrs. Tricot I had was an excellent teacher and anyone that I went to school with would agree with me. "Ron Reagan" is the one who mentioned the teachers name in their above post. If she is not the same teacher, then please state so. Third, I do not believe that there is anything wrong with students learning multi-religious or multi-cultural studies on a full time basis. I believe that would open the minds of the younger generation into how closed minded and ignorant their parents are. As for your Mike Queen, or any school board employee, asking them to help with an issue is like going to a prostitute not expecting to get an STD...
Did you have to mention the prostitute thing? Now I am getting all fired up and ready to start my anti-hooking rant?!?! LOL!

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