Southeast Teachers In and Out of Jail

Southeast Teachers In and Out of Jail

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Guest

Neon, KY

#1 Dec 3, 2012
Teachers constantly getting busted for drugs contraband,assault, parole viloations... Seriously..is that not a problem...are teachers not role models any more? Check the detention cite.
mouse

London, KY

#2 Dec 3, 2012
who was it
wonderer

Baxter, KY

#3 Dec 3, 2012
i dont no any teachers at S.E. so i wouldnt no who to look for
Guest

Neon, KY

#4 Dec 3, 2012
See Thurs.or Friday's HDE,female 40 charged with parole/probation violation. She's one of three arrested in the last year.
Finally

Danville, KY

#5 Dec 3, 2012
some one go to harlan dc and type in Tony Sweatt. That "list" speaks for itself.
Cballs

Versailles, KY

#6 Dec 4, 2012
Finally wrote:
some one go to harlan dc and type in Tony Sweatt. That "list" speaks for itself.
He's a good guy. That's the most you can expect out of anyone.

Let he without sin......
Guest

Neon, KY

#7 Dec 4, 2012
Cballs wrote:
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He's a good guy. That's the most you can expect out of anyone.
Let he without sin......
That is about right. What about the junkie English teacher and the CIS 100 pill head teacher arrested for contraband and other charges. There are qualified people with one strike (everyone deserves a second chance) and they can't get a decent job. She makes fun of students,has favorites,always complains..who is she to look down on people helping pay her salary. Sure her addiction cost money.
John the Rebelator

London, KY

#8 Dec 4, 2012
Guest wrote:
<quoted text>That is about right. What about the junkie English teacher and the CIS 100 pill head teacher arrested for contraband and other charges. There are qualified people with one strike (everyone deserves a second chance) and they can't get a decent job. She makes fun of students,has favorites,always complains..who is she to look down on people helping pay her salary. Sure her addiction cost money.
THe bottom line is taeachers at a college need to be an example to others. Hoiw can you take a drunkor illhead serious as a teacher.
John the Rebelator

London, KY

#9 Dec 4, 2012
Before anybody says anything I know I mispelled teachers and how and i needed to seperate drunk and or i was in a hurry.
wonttoknow

Baxter, KY

#10 Dec 4, 2012
dose anyone no anything about cawood school.
Cawood Whoo

Harlan, KY

#11 Dec 4, 2012
Which Cawood
why not

Wooton, KY

#12 Dec 4, 2012
replace all teachers with robots like the big co. has done.just program them and turn them on let them teach.or better yet have all schools online with lap top and a web cam.with a bunch of recorded teachers on screen .that way ever kid can get a equal education.all our taxes wont be spent on unequal teaching of our kids .and will cut out all the drugs and sex in schools.a kid can stay home and get better educated on line than schools of today. i say make away with all them.look how much tax money that save .no big school building, buses school shootings, teen having babies,no school boards or departments of education in ever small and large city and county.and save parents a fortune on school supplies like clothing and all. that cut that cost out.lunch and all.
that

Hyden, KY

#13 Dec 5, 2012
why not wrote:
replace all teachers with robots like the big co. has done.just program them and turn them on let them teach.or better yet have all schools online with lap top and a web cam.with a bunch of recorded teachers on screen .that way ever kid can get a equal education.all our taxes wont be spent on unequal teaching of our kids .and will cut out all the drugs and sex in schools.a kid can stay home and get better educated on line than schools of today. i say make away with all them.look how much tax money that save .no big school building, buses school shootings, teen having babies,no school boards or departments of education in ever small and large city and county.and save parents a fortune on school supplies like clothing and all. that cut that cost out.lunch and all.
might work. Of course they would drive their parents crazy all day. And then they would holler every minute that they needed help with something.
their

Wooton, KY

#14 Dec 5, 2012
would be some that would have to be under teachers care up to a certain age.like k to 5th .then they could be homed schooled easy.
that

Hyden, KY

#15 Dec 5, 2012
lol. I don't think I could stand to home school a child. A woman I used to work with that is retired too is helping to homeschool someone's child. I would refuse. Enough is enough. haha..
i think

Wooton, KY

#16 Dec 5, 2012
the school system going in that direction now many other places are already their most gov. buildings are their now they have just voice activated offices telling you what to do.the school system will follow just give it time.my opinion..
i dont

Hyden, KY

#17 Dec 5, 2012
i think wrote:
the school system going in that direction now many other places are already their most gov. buildings are their now they have just voice activated offices telling you what to do.the school system will follow just give it time.my opinion..
know..those kids will go wild..I hope those voice activated machines can handle the little darlings..
Guest

Neon, KY

#18 Dec 5, 2012
students pay to attend southeast. why are these people in the classroom?
proud studen

Winchester, KY

#19 Dec 7, 2012
I think that all three of the ones mentioned on this thread are really great people. Tony knows his business, so does the "english teacher". If you don't like either one of them, chances are, you are simply not doing your part as a student. If you keep up your work and try, there is no reason for you to have a problem with either one of them. I personally have dealt with all three, and love them dearly. They sure beat the hell out of the snotty, "I'm better than you" people they have working in the offices. Here's the deal, you never know someone else's stuggles. They are very educated people, that's why they have teaching jobs. They paid for their education, same as us. Who cares what they do in their spare time, as long as they aren't giving them to you or your children. Sounds to me as though everyone on this sight spends way to much time throwing stones at glass houses. You may not have the same problems, but you are not perfect, so why expect someone else to be. If everyone would reach out to those in need, maybe they wouldn't turn to drugs, etc... No one has a heart anymore. Do you know what are going on in the lives of these individuals after class is over? Have you ever stopped to think about the stuggles they face? We live in harlan county, please tell me how your life is so perfect. Maybe you should all loose your jobs because you are not perfect. Put yourself in the shoes of others, and quit stepping on their toes. That is all. P.S. Tony made out my schedule, and I requested eng 102 with said individual because she knows her business!!!!!
Jemis

Somerset, KY

#20 Dec 7, 2012
proud studen wrote:
I think that all three of the ones mentioned on this thread are really great people. Tony knows his business, so does the "english teacher". If you don't like either one of them, chances are, you are simply not doing your part as a student. If you keep up your work and try, there is no reason for you to have a problem with either one of them. I personally have dealt with all three, and love them dearly. They sure beat the hell out of the snotty, "I'm better than you" people they have working in the offices. Here's the deal, you never know someone else's stuggles. They are very educated people, that's why they have teaching jobs. They paid for their education, same as us. Who cares what they do in their spare time, as long as they aren't giving them to you or your children. Sounds to me as though everyone on this sight spends way to much time throwing stones at glass houses. You may not have the same problems, but you are not perfect, so why expect someone else to be. If everyone would reach out to those in need, maybe they wouldn't turn to drugs, etc... No one has a heart anymore. Do you know what are going on in the lives of these individuals after class is over? Have you ever stopped to think about the stuggles they face? We live in harlan county, please tell me how your life is so perfect. Maybe you should all loose your jobs because you are not perfect. Put yourself in the shoes of others, and quit stepping on their toes. That is all. P.S. Tony made out my schedule, and I requested eng 102 with said individual because she knows her business!!!!!
Teachers are supposed to be example plain and simple when you get arrested all the time what example is that? I'm not perfect, but I dont get arrested for drugs, drinking and driving etc. You just cannot keep teachers around when they do these things the english teacher is gone as well as one other teacher. Tony wont be far behind because he will slip up again. I'm betting your a former or current druggie, we all have our struggles only the strong resist drugs! And I get drug tested at my job and guess what Einstein if I fail one I'm gone! Thats just the way life goes deal with it.

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