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Easley, SC

#1 Mar 9, 2009
Does anyone know anything about her? My child always says she yells at them most of the time.
Just me

Columbia, SC

#2 Mar 18, 2009
I HATE her!
She yells 24/7 she send u to the principle for no reason she make's you write 3 pages of "i will wear the proper shoe's to Gym from now on." and she make use run 3 laps the do exersize's i mean what's the point in that?
Mine too

Livingston, TN

#3 Mar 18, 2009
I have heard my son mention her several times. He doesn't care for her and he loves every teacher he's ever had so she must be pretty bad. One story in particular that I remember was that she had lunchroom duty and a child hadn't finished something on their tray and she made them eat it even though they had told her they didn't like it.
WTF

Smartt, TN

#4 Mar 18, 2009
Mine too wrote:
I have heard my son mention her several times. He doesn't care for her and he loves every teacher he's ever had so she must be pretty bad. One story in particular that I remember was that she had lunchroom duty and a child hadn't finished something on their tray and she made them eat it even though they had told her they didn't like it.
OMG now that's just awful..
better days

Hempstead, NY

#5 Mar 18, 2009
Mine too wrote:
I have heard my son mention her several times. He doesn't care for her and he loves every teacher he's ever had so she must be pretty bad. One story in particular that I remember was that she had lunchroom duty and a child hadn't finished something on their tray and she made them eat it even though they had told her they didn't like it.
NO! NO! NO! do not make MY child eat anything. that's MY job. not a gym teachers. that has nothing to do with school. the other stuff is her job but not making them clean their plate.
WTF

Smartt, TN

#6 Mar 18, 2009
somebody call the police this is obv child abuse.. making kids eat more food and THEN *GASP* RUN IN *REGASP* PE (AKA PHYSICAL EDUCATION) will defiantly make the average kid these days have a heart attack..
better days

United States

#7 Mar 19, 2009
WTF wrote:
somebody call the police this is obv child abuse.. making kids eat more food and THEN *GASP* RUN IN *REGASP* PE (AKA PHYSICAL EDUCATION) will defiantly make the average kid these days have a heart attack..
when i went to school we had PE every day. wish they had it now. my problem is making a child eat.
obesity is a problem and i don't believe in making them clean their plate. eat to live, not live to eat. to this day it is hard for me NOT to clean my plate. and it shows. lol. just my thing.
Mine too

Livingston, TN

#8 Mar 19, 2009
WTF wrote:
somebody call the police this is obv child abuse.. making kids eat more food and THEN *GASP* RUN IN *REGASP* PE (AKA PHYSICAL EDUCATION) will defiantly make the average kid these days have a heart attack..
She is more than welcome to make my kid run but she has no buisness forcing kids to eat everything on their tray or screaming at them. It's school food for crying out loud and I think kids are smart enough to know when they have eaten enough to fill their stomachs without a teacher telling them.
Daisy Duke

Columbia, SC

#9 Mar 19, 2009
Bet you guys wish you had Coach T back?????!!!!!
Mine too

Livingston, TN

#10 Mar 19, 2009
Daisy Duke wrote:
Bet you guys wish you had Coach T back?????!!!!!
I know my son does, he has made that comment several times.
was on channel four news

Monroe, TN

#11 Mar 19, 2009
This is going to far..they should have called her parents to come get her.What do you think?? I mean this kid is in kindergarten.
LAFAYETTE, Tenn.-- A kindergarten teacher in Macon County has been suspended for a week after her bosses said she paddled a girl so hard it left bruises.
Micky Biggers said he has never had a problem with his 5-year-old daughter, Courtney, being spanked at school if she is acting up, but feels what happened to her was far beyond corporal punishment.
"There were bruises on her butt. What did they do to her?" asked Biggers.
Courtney is in kindergarten at Fairlane Elementary in Lafayette. School officials said last Thursday the child was misbehaving and making barking noises in the cafeteria.
The child's teacher, Teresa Gregory, paddled her, but minutes later another teacher reportedly overheard Courtney tell her classmate the first spanking didn't even hurt.
Gregory then paddled her again, this time so hard
that bruises were left on the girl's bottom.
Her father took cell phone photos to prove the child’s injuries.
"Common sense would tell you if somebody says it doesn't hurt, you don’t continue to whoop them until it does," said Biggers.
Macon County Director of Schools Darrel Law admits the teacher used poor judgment and may have acted out of anger. He said the girl should not have been paddled a second time.
"Probably the bruises initiated because of the second paddling, and she didn't have any intentions to bruise the child at all," said Law.
Gregory has been suspended for five days without pay, but Biggers said that is a slap on the wrist.
He said his daughter is now afraid to go to school.
"If I was to abuse my child, or someone else was to abuse my child, they would be behind bars. They would be picked up for abuse or assault," said Biggers.
Gregory apologized to the girl's parents, and Courtney has been removed from her class.
Lafayette police are investigating the case. The district attorney will decide whether the teacher faces any criminal charges.
The Macon County school board plans to meet next month to review the district's policies on corporal punishment.
Copyright 2009 by WSMV.com . All rights reserved.
Mine too

Livingston, TN

#12 Mar 19, 2009
was on channel four news wrote:
This is going to far..they should have called her parents to come get her.What do you think?? I mean this kid is in kindergarten.
LAFAYETTE, Tenn.-- A kindergarten teacher in Macon County has been suspended for a week after her bosses said she paddled a girl so hard it left bruises.
Micky Biggers said he has never had a problem with his 5-year-old daughter, Courtney, being spanked at school if she is acting up, but feels what happened to her was far beyond corporal punishment.
"There were bruises on her butt. What did they do to her?" asked Biggers.
Courtney is in kindergarten at Fairlane Elementary in Lafayette. School officials said last Thursday the child was misbehaving and making barking noises in the cafeteria.
The child's teacher, Teresa Gregory, paddled her, but minutes later another teacher reportedly overheard Courtney tell her classmate the first spanking didn't even hurt.
Gregory then paddled her again, this time so hard
that bruises were left on the girl's bottom.
Her father took cell phone photos to prove the child’s injuries.
"Common sense would tell you if somebody says it doesn't hurt, you don’t continue to whoop them until it does," said Biggers.
Macon County Director of Schools Darrel Law admits the teacher used poor judgment and may have acted out of anger. He said the girl should not have been paddled a second time.
"Probably the bruises initiated because of the second paddling, and she didn't have any intentions to bruise the child at all," said Law.
Gregory has been suspended for five days without pay, but Biggers said that is a slap on the wrist.
He said his daughter is now afraid to go to school.
"If I was to abuse my child, or someone else was to abuse my child, they would be behind bars. They would be picked up for abuse or assault," said Biggers.
Gregory apologized to the girl's parents, and Courtney has been removed from her class.
Lafayette police are investigating the case. The district attorney will decide whether the teacher faces any criminal charges.
The Macon County school board plans to meet next month to review the district's policies on corporal punishment.
Copyright 2009 by WSMV.com . All rights reserved.
WOW! It's teachers like that that make Parents sign that note stating their child is not to be paddled. I am all for my child being paddled if they deserve it and think teachers shoild be allowed to discipline as they see fit. They should not however discipline a child while they are angry nor should parents. She should be fired, no questions asked. If she has a temper hot enough to make her want to inflict pain on a 5 year old then she has no place in the educational system.
was on channel four news

Monroe, TN

#13 Mar 19, 2009
Mine too wrote:
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WOW! It's teachers like that that make Parents sign that note stating their child is not to be paddled. I am all for my child being paddled if they deserve it and think teachers shoild be allowed to discipline as they see fit. They should not however discipline a child while they are angry nor should parents. She should be fired, no questions asked. If she has a temper hot enough to make her want to inflict pain on a 5 year old then she has no place in the educational system.
you know if you or I had spanked our kid like that You know what would have happen to us.We would be in jail.It's child abuse. Something more should be done to this teacher. I know that most teachers are very good but you always have a few that are not. I'm so glad that I don't have kids in school. I never thought there would come a day when kids were afraid to go to school because of guns and such.When I was in school all the boys carried a knife in there pocket but it wasnt there for protection.It's so crazy now.
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Cookeville, TN

#14 Mar 20, 2009
Busts those kids asses. Make them clean their plate. Work em in the garden and hay and tobacco fields. Kids are LAZY nowadays. You better believe my kids principle will bust his little butt. And when I get home he will get it again. I got lot's of whoopings in school and home, I'm a better person today for it. Kids in africa woul love to have that "school food".
Mine too

Livingston, TN

#15 Mar 20, 2009
For your information my kids do work in the garden, on the farm or whatever else needs to be done. They are not lazy. I work in the school system and eat that food too and I don't clean my plate and I won't make a kid clean theirs. There is nothing wrong with paddeling a child if it's done right. The principal knows if my kids need to be paddled then they can do it but there is no excuse for leaving bruises on a child.I spank my kids if they need it and I was spanked as a child and am a firm believer that if done right, it is a very effective punishment. How would you feel if that had been your child coming home with a bruised behind because a teacher got angry? If you say you wouldn't care then I feel sorry for your child.
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Cookeville, TN

#16 Mar 20, 2009
Mine too wrote:
For your information my kids do work in the garden, on the farm or whatever else needs to be done. They are not lazy. I work in the school system and eat that food too and I don't clean my plate and I won't make a kid clean theirs. There is nothing wrong with paddeling a child if it's done right. The principal knows if my kids need to be paddled then they can do it but there is no excuse for leaving bruises on a child.I spank my kids if they need it and I was spanked as a child and am a firm believer that if done right, it is a very effective punishment. How would you feel if that had been your child coming home with a bruised behind because a teacher got angry? If you say you wouldn't care then I feel sorry for your child.
blah blah blah yadda yadda yadda. I feel sorry for you.
Mine too

Livingston, TN

#17 Mar 20, 2009
blah blah blah wrote:
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blah blah blah yadda yadda yadda. I feel sorry for you.
Don't feel sorry for me honey, feel sorry for your kid who I hope never has an abusive teacher because you, the parent the one that is suppose to be the protector of your children, won't care if one day they decide to beat your kid because they're having a bad day or because your kid smarts off because you didn't teach them any better.
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Clarksville, TN

#18 Mar 20, 2009
Mine too wrote:
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Don't feel sorry for me honey, feel sorry for your kid who I hope never has an abusive teacher because you, the parent the one that is suppose to be the protector of your children, won't care if one day they decide to beat your kid because they're having a bad day or because your kid smarts off because you didn't teach them any better.
My kid has manners. I would doubt yours do.
Mine too

Livingston, TN

#19 Mar 20, 2009
blah blah blah wrote:
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My kid has manners. I would doubt yours do.
Well I guess you'd be surprised then wouldn't you
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Cookeville, TN

#20 Mar 20, 2009
Mine too wrote:
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Well I guess you'd be surprised then wouldn't you
suppose so.

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