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Sex in the bathroom at Coffee Middle School

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Since: Aug 11

Gainesville, GA

#1 Aug 11, 2011
I heard from a parent today that some kids were caught having sex in the Coffee Middle School bathroom today. Does anybody know anything about this? My son just started 6th Grade there and if its THAT bad there, might have to consider home schooling!
sally

Flowery Branch, GA

#2 Aug 11, 2011
That doesn't shock me very much. Many years ago when i was in middle school kids had sex any and everwhere. In 7th grade two engaged in sexual activities in the middle of english class while viewing a video. I think it is very sad that this goes on at such a young age now and it is very scary becuase oneday my child will be that age.
gahhhhlee

Greenbrier, AR

#3 Aug 11, 2011
Teach your children to have higher morals and there will be nothing to worry about.
after last year

Moultrie, GA

#4 Aug 11, 2011
After what happened in the bathroom last year at the middle school, I am not surprised. Just make sure that lunch money goes for lunch and not other, ahem, services.
HUH

Grinnell, IA

#5 Aug 11, 2011
The parents with the higher morals are the ones here freaking out about this! I just heard of this here. BUT it doesnt surprise me after the whole prostitution ring from last year busted out! I am already upset about having to send my child to 6th grade this year as well, now to worry about this type of crap on top of it all?

Since: Aug 11

Gainesville, GA

#7 Aug 11, 2011
My son is Autistic. He is not up to par with his age level. If he was to use the bathroom and witness such an act, he would be devastated. This nonsense has gotta stop. Does anybody, mainly teachers, care anymore or are they just concerned about who'll be at the bar at Ruby Tuesday's that night?
concerned resident

Flowery Branch, GA

#8 Aug 11, 2011
prostitution ring involved in middle school for early teens & pre-teen girls & boys happening in that school? can anyone share about this..
LMAO

Moultrie, GA

#9 Aug 11, 2011
Rumor has it that a girl(s) was(were) selling services in the restrooms. Schools are for educating... why pay a Sex Ed teacher when the bathrooms teach it for free.
Broxton

Ford City, PA

#10 Aug 11, 2011
LMAO wrote:
Rumor has it that a girl(s) was(were) selling services in the restrooms. Schools are for educating... why pay a Sex Ed teacher when the bathrooms teach it for free.
By definition of prostitution it was not a free education. I guess we should have cameras in all the restrooms then we could catch the pediophiles that are teachers for that purpose of purversion. No child can ever be kept 100% safe it is and always will be survival of the fit. Only the parent can be the factor that makes the difference in the worst of situations.
concerned resident

Flowery Branch, GA

#11 Aug 11, 2011
does this girl been brought over to disciplinary actions by the school authority? i hope this is an isolated case..
Retired teacher

Ocilla, GA

#12 Aug 11, 2011
Most of those teachers go the extra mile to keep your children safe.

It is a challenge to get all of those kids to the bathroom twice daily each.

There are approximately 30 classrooms per wing. If one kid out of each class is sent to the bathroom, there would be 30 unattended kids per wing. There are 4 wings...120 kids wandering around. Their illegal cell phones help them to meet up.

Therefore, the teacher tries to take them as a group, and not individually.

Some kids will tell you anything to get out of the classroom.

You can usually look a kid in they eye and tell if they have an urgent need for a restroom visit.

99.99999% of the kids would never have sex in the bathroom. A very few ruin the reputation of CMS.

Most of the bad stuff happens in eighth grade.

If you are worried, tell your student to stay with the group as much as possible. Safety in numbers.
concerned resident

Flowery Branch, GA

#13 Aug 11, 2011
that's a good advice on the teacher side. parents will do most of the part at home/outside the home & set an example of Moral Uprightness with The Fear of The LORD as the Foundation...
well

Greenbrier, AR

#14 Aug 11, 2011
biguncled2008 wrote:
I heard from a parent today that some kids were caught having sex in the Coffee Middle School bathroom today. Does anybody know anything about this? My son just started 6th Grade there and if its THAT bad there, might have to consider home schooling!
Have you seen how the teachers and principals out there dress? That surely doesnt help matters!
Joe

Ponte Vedra Beach, FL

#15 Aug 11, 2011
Ex CMS teacher here...

I love how in situations like this it's ALWAYS the teachers or administration that are called out to correct such injustices. Folks might as well blame cops for burglaries and murders and firefighters for burning buildings.

Teachers, and administrators, can only hope to correct such behaviors after the fact through discipline in the school, but that doesn't mean that the mental reasoning that's going on in that child's head has been affected.

It's starts at home. If you want your kid to not solicit themselves for sex (or to purchase it), then tell them why. Train them. Give them the knowledge and understanding of why this is a bad idea, and surround them with a home environment where such actions aren't even in the realm of the possible.
dixiechick

United States

#16 Aug 11, 2011
first of all its true about the girl from last year! I had a 7th an 8th grader there last year the girl was kicked out for the rest of last year! this year so far is better i only have a 8th grader there but I would like to say what does people expect when we have allowed God an Prayer to be taken out of schools??? they don't even say the pledge there anymore come on people this is america which was founded by our 4 fathers an was built on the word of God (Holy Bible) back in George Washington times its not going to get any better til us Americans get some backbone back one woman had prayer taken out of school so what could several of us do????
concerned mom

Fitzgerald, GA

#17 Aug 12, 2011
dixiechick wrote:
first of all its true about the girl from last year! I had a 7th an 8th grader there last year the girl was kicked out for the rest of last year! this year so far is better i only have a 8th grader there but I would like to say what does people expect when we have allowed God an Prayer to be taken out of schools??? they don't even say the pledge there anymore come on people this is america which was founded by our 4 fathers an was built on the word of God (Holy Bible) back in George Washington times its not going to get any better til us Americans get some backbone back one woman had prayer taken out of school so what could several of us do????
You are absolutley right.. I have always worried and feared the fact that God has been ripped from our children..Reading it in emails..posting and forwarding in hopes that ppl in numbers could put Him back into our schools & everywhere else that His name has been forbidden...Emails are so easily disregarded..Many believe and wish..but with no results...Reality hit home with me 2 days ago...My daughter started kindergarden this year...While helping with homework, I asked "what do u guys do 1st thing in the morning?" She said,"We bow our heads and say everything we are thankful for silently in our heads." I asked her about The Pledge Of Allegiance..With her puzzled look, I quoted it...Her response was "Oh yeah..We say that..Just not the God part." That broke my heart..(We pray to God every night) I simply told her that I would teach her the traditional pledge..If she so chose to recite it at school..That was fine by me..And I'm quite sure it would be ok with the teachers....Now..Lets get real..If my daughter recited the original pledge (at the age of 5)would she be punished? I would certainly hope not... I remember when 2 ppl in the class got to go out each morning with Our Flag and attach it to that famous pole outfront Westgreen Elementary...They would then raise it to the sky to fly in honor of our Country that was based on the belief in OUR GOD...I think sometimes that parents have given up...Perhaps fear by law to tell their children to stand up..We as parents can't let our children forget God... As wrong as it may sound to some...I will teach my daughter to stand for her right to thank God out loud..She would be scared to do it alone maybe..but what if 3 others were taught the same and gathered the courage along side..Maybe a chain reaction...I think South Ga. would be a perfect place to start getting religion back into the schools... Maybe turn all the bad around...A teenager having respect for themselves rather than sex in a bathroom...Maybe wishfull thinking...But who knows?
Joe

Ponte Vedra Beach, FL

#18 Aug 12, 2011
If you have to used God to drive the point across, then by all means use it. I don't believe this is an issue that God necessarily needs to be involved with for every child, though, and I think using the removal of the pledge and prayer in schools is just one more way to throw this issue on someone else.

Just like it's not the teacher's job to raise your children, it's not the Pledge of Allegiance's duty to do so either.

There's plenty of other ways you could drive the issue home too.

Changes to physical health, social status, life goals... Just be honest. It's small town Georgia. If you get caught giving fellatio in a bathroom stall at age 13 and word gets out, EVERYONE in town will know soon enough (probably due in no small part to Topix). And that's just the destruction of a child socially, there's no telling what type of medical ailments could arise.

(I don't want to get this debate going here and I'm trying to stay on topic, but Prayer and the Pledge are far from gone, folks. That's just church propaganda from all that I've seen.)
concerned resident

Flowery Branch, GA

#19 Aug 12, 2011
GOD is EVERYTHING we depend for! so it should be included in every Prayer & the Pledge of allegiance. only those atheists & hedonists who don't want to do with GOD & The BIBLE in their lives are dying to remove GOD..simply because they love their Sins & they think they will not be Accountable for it by removing GOD in the picture..we know they could not do that, when this life is over, Judgement will be Served.
to funny

Moultrie, GA

#20 Aug 12, 2011
If god is everything then why not open a faith based school? oh i know u all have cca..why not another one? As far as monitoring the bathrooms.. why not have all these "home" moms,, u know the ones who dont work and get a check? why not have them sign up for shifts and watch the bathrooms? just a thought....
Joe

Ponte Vedra Beach, FL

#21 Aug 12, 2011
Concerned Resident,

I'm most likely what people would call an atheist.

I have never denied any of my students the opportunity to worship in my room as long as it doesn't interrupt planned class time.(There's exceptions to every rule, if a kid has a family member die and just needs some contemplative time, etc. etc. etc., I do my best to support them.) This gives them moments in homeroom (including during the mandated moment of silence), class changes, breaks, etc. to do whatever they feel that they need to do.

To be honest, I don't think I've ever seen one student actually take a moment to pray; I have seen two or three bibles in backpacks or whatnot though.

If you're asking why don't we mandate prayer, well, I think that's pretty obvious. There's more flavors of Christianity than Heinz sauces and no one wants to trample on anyone's belief systems. And surely you wouldn't want me leading the class in prayer. There's also that tricky issue of the Constitution separating specific religious credos and governmental bodies.

My students and I have always had very healthy discussions when it comes to points of instruction where faith provides a barrier. I'm a biology teacher at the moment, so of course I'm referring primarily to evolution. I welcome students to bring in their Bibles (and other literature), to share what they think, and then we work out what actually counts as evidence from an empirical stand point. Teaching these concepts in the Southeastern U.S. of A. is not always an easy task, but I try my best to allow believers of religious systems that have vowed to be against evolution their say.

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