Alex Hamilton

United States

#1 Mar 22, 2011
CMCSS schools suck! Nothin but a bunch of hypocrites at Central office and as administrators. They dont care about students, they care about test scores. They fire good teachers for bogus reasons and keep bad teachers. Moore Magnet has a pervert workin there who drinks, chases women, and is a swinger. They also have a teacher convicted of DUI. The principal at NEHS was convicted of DUI. The principal at NEES has had several men live with her since her divorce and stays intoxicated. Every afternoon she can be found at hananoki at the bar. The AP at Sango use to be the Principal at another school but was demoted cause she was sleeping with a teacher and it broke her marriage up. She is now married to that teacher. There was a 3rd grade teacher at a local school who got caught after school giving a tech guy a blow job and she was allowed to finish her job until the end of the year. One of the people over special ed is openly gay and has been seen out with his boyfriend. A school bus driver allowed bullying on her bus which resulted in a child being cut with a blade. After the child was cut ahe did give care to the child but kept driving and was giving a slap on the wrist.
There is more "scandal" this is just the tip of the iceberg. All of these teachers and principals are still in the system, yet they have fired teachers, good teachers for much less. Guess it is who you know...

“You Have A Voice Use It”

Since: Aug 08

Cape Coral Fl.

#2 Mar 24, 2011
I sincerely hope those who you name in this rabble read it. There is a law against slander and libel.

One question: why did you get fired?
Alex Hamilton

United States

#3 Mar 25, 2011
Slander and libel has to be untrue sweetie and what I typed wasnt untrue and I didnt get fired so do everyone on these boards a favor and dont speak on things you dont know... and rabble, my dear, is NOT a word. I believe you meant ramble. Maybe you should spend some time reading and getting educated instead of being the opinionated,big mouthed, ignorant bitty...Have a nice night...

“Viva Mexico”

Since: Dec 10

Conroe, TX

#4 Aug 19, 2011
At the federal level, there are no criminal defamation or insult laws in the United States. However, on the state level, 17 states and 2 territories as of 2005 had criminal defamation laws on the books: Colorado (Colorado Revised Statutes, 18-13-105), Florida (Florida Statutes, 836.01-836.11), Idaho (Idaho Code, 18-4801-18-4809), Kansas (Kansas Statute Annotated,21-4004), Louisiana (Louisiana R.S., 14:47), Michigan (Michigan Compiled Laws, 750.370), Minnesota (Minnesota Statutes. 609.765), Montana (Montana Code Annotated, 13-35-234), New Hampshire (New Hampshire Revised Statute Annotated, 644:11), New Mexico (New Mexico Statute Annotated,30-11-1), North Carolina (North Carolina General Statutes, 14-47), North Dakota (North Dakota Century Code, 12.1-15-01), Oklahoma (Oklahoma Statutes, tit. 27 771-781), Utah (Utah Code Annotated, 76-9-404), Virginia (Virginia Code Annotated, 18.2-417), Washington (Washington Revised Code, 9.58.010), Wisconsin (Wisconsin Statutes, 942.01), Puerto Rico (Puerto Rico Laws, tit. 33, 4101-4104) and Virgin Islands (Virgin Islands Code, Title 14, 1172).[92]

How to prove libel
There are several ways a person must go about proving that libel has taken place. For example, in the United States, the person first must prove that the statement was false. Second, that person must prove that the statement caused harm. And, third, they must prove that the statement was made without adequate research into the truthfulness of the statement. These steps are for an ordinary citizen. In the case of a celebrity or public official trying to prove libel, they must prove the first three steps, and must (in the United States) prove the statement was made with the intent to do harm, or with reckless disregard for the truth. Usually specifically referred to as "proving malice".[17]

“Viva Mexico”

Since: Dec 10

Conroe, TX

#5 Aug 19, 2011
by the way, public school administrators who draw a public paycheck can be considered public officials.

Since: Nov 11

Location hidden

#6 Nov 15, 2011
lmao! You cant blame "youhaveavoiceuseit" cause she might have went to a school in Montgomery County and was not educated like a lot of kids. As a matter of fact I went to NEHS and know exactly who you're talking about as far as the principal, we nicknamed her "Turtle" or "Bowser" lol
lijappl

Fort Campbell, TN

#7 Nov 15, 2011
Definition of RABBLE

1
: a disorganized or confused collection of things
2
a : a disorganized or disorderly crowd of people : mob
b : the lowest class of people
Hikojima

Clarksville, TN

#8 Jan 17, 2012
Just because someone is gay and is open about it, is not a terrible thing.
Not Indoctrinated

United States

#9 Sep 19, 2013
CMCSS schools are nothing but corporate indoctrination centers to make the best possible slaves out your once free children.

They constantly refer to students as "their children", and mean it. They refuse to recognize that people are born with natural rights.

Beginning in the sixth grade, they start focusing children on filling out government forms and recognizing the state as the ALL SUPREME being.

Keep your kids out of these "schools" if you want your children to be free and your country to survive.

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