Lyndonville Schools: Teacher's nude p...

Lyndonville Schools: Teacher's nude photos taken by students

There are 93 comments on the Journal-Register story from May 3, 2007, titled Lyndonville Schools: Teacher's nude photos taken by students. In it, Journal-Register reports that:

Lyndonville school officials sent a letter to parents this week detailing the theft a teacher's private, self-posing pornographic pictures from her cell phone by students at the high school. via Journal-Register

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UNKOWN

United States

#1 May 3, 2007
I think that the students who were suspended should not be in trouble the teacher should
Aaron

Angola, NY

#2 May 4, 2007
i wanna see these pictures
Mustafa

Angola, NY

#3 May 4, 2007
I AM ezekiel and let me beat
Someone

United States

#4 May 4, 2007
I personally know everyone involved and i know for a face that the ones who should be punished are those students! They stole her phone and then stole her privacy! Lyndonville is such a horrible place to try to have a PERSONAL life. The students are the ones at fault here the teacher has done nothing wrong but try to have a personal time with her husband! Everyone in this town is so horrible to everyone else lives there, RUMORS RUMORS RUMORS!!!
JME

Elkton, MD

#5 May 5, 2007
Shouldn't they be focusing more on the bomb threats? Though having grown up there I should say that a smoking crater may be an improvement.
No More Bull

United States

#6 May 6, 2007
Someone wrote:
I personally know everyone involved and i know for a face that the ones who should be punished are those students! They stole her phone and then stole her privacy! Lyndonville is such a horrible place to try to have a PERSONAL life. The students are the ones at fault here the teacher has done nothing wrong but try to have a personal time with her husband! Everyone in this town is so horrible to everyone else lives there, RUMORS RUMORS RUMORS!!!
Wow...I know the people involved and you know what...there is conduct that teacher's must abide by...and she lent that phone to a student who saw the pictures. Even if the photos didn't get forwarded, she still had inappropriate conduct involving a student. DUH! She is an educator and was EXTREMELY careless , which is an unacceptable standard. If one wants their private stuff private...don't bring it in for the students to have access to. Thank God it wasn't my child who found the photos because the TEACHER would be held accountable.
Shawn

San Antonio, TX

#9 May 6, 2007
hey if it was ur kid they would have just seen some nice jugs so chill out...
No More Bull wrote:
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Wow...I know the people involved and you know what...there is conduct that teacher's must abide by...and she lent that phone to a student who saw the pictures. Even if the photos didn't get forwarded, she still had inappropriate conduct involving a student. DUH! She is an educator and was EXTREMELY careless , which is an unacceptable standard. If one wants their private stuff private...don't bring it in for the students to have access to. Thank God it wasn't my child who found the photos because the TEACHER would be held accountable.
Settle Down

New York, NY

#10 May 8, 2007
The facts are that the children involved stole something from this teacher. It was personal and they were wrong. "No More Bull" I am sure your the type of person that Always bleeds for the "poor children" I say expell them. As for the other responses. Grow up kids!
No More Bull

United States

#11 May 8, 2007
Settle Down wrote:
The facts are that the children involved stole something from this teacher. It was personal and they were wrong. "No More Bull" I am sure your the type of person that Always bleeds for the "poor children" I say expell them. As for the other responses. Grow up kids!
I don't bleed for the "poor children"...I am sick of people not being held accountable for their behavior-especially the "educated and professional There was a reason that photo was on that phone...please figure that out for YOURSELF!!! If this were to happen in my workplace I'd be fired and I don't work with CHILDREN~!!!!!!!!!
mike

Buffalo, NY

#13 May 8, 2007
i wanna see these pictures too
woodie14470

Pittsford, NY

#14 May 8, 2007
without seeing the pictures, I have no idea whether I would consider them pornographic, or not. That would be the first determination.
Tim

United States

#15 May 8, 2007
Enough of these double standards. If it were a male teacher whose nude photos were found, everyone would say he's total pervert, has no place being around children etc. But the teacher was female, so that makes her a victim.
Steve

Niagara Falls, NY

#16 May 8, 2007
The teacher did nothing wrong. Her cell phone is her personal property and there is no rule in the school system that says a teacher cannot have his/her own cell phone in class. In fact, in the event of an emergency, a cell phone can save lives. As for the picture, because it is her own property, it doesn't matter what is on it. She kindly let the student borrow her phone to make a call, and the student got into her private pictures and sent them out. The student should be expelled for trespassing. Remember, the teacher allowed the student to make a call, any use other than that was unauthorized.
Elizabeth

Rochester, NY

#17 May 8, 2007
From what I'm hearing, the student went into her desk and took out the phone. I know the news reported she lent the phone to him, but we all know how the news sometimes jumps too fast on stories. I'm torn on the subject. I haven't been out of school that long, but there is no way I would have ever gone into a teacher's (or anyone else, for that matter)desk. I guess it was just a respect issue that seems to be missing in the children that are being raised now.
zzz

Honeoye Falls, NY

#19 May 9, 2007
No More Bull wrote:
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Wow...I know the people involved and you know what...there is conduct that teacher's must abide by...and she lent that phone to a student who saw the pictures. Even if the photos didn't get forwarded, she still had inappropriate conduct involving a student. DUH! She is an educator and was EXTREMELY careless , which is an unacceptable standard. If one wants their private stuff private...don't bring it in for the students to have access to. Thank God it wasn't my child who found the photos because the TEACHER would be held accountable.
You're just responding to a rumor that she lent the phone to someone. The kids stole the personal phone in the first place. Just let this poor teacher have her life back. This is ridiculous! Those kids could have gotten into a lot of trouble... First a phone, then what?
Getting it Right

Rochester, NY

#20 May 9, 2007
Here are the facts. The phone was lent to student #1 and this student told a lot of other students about the pictures. Student #2 then transerred the pictures from the teacher's phone to their own personal phone and sent them to Student#3. Student#3 then sent "a" picture to Student#1 and another Student#4. The second and third students have been punished accordingly. Because the teacher is an EMPLOYEE of the school and a MEMBER of a very strong teacher's union, the investigation and the penalties that will more than likely follow cannot be discussed with the public. They are considered a private Personnel matter. That does not mean she will not be punished. The teacher will be held accountable. Everybody involved did something wrong here. They were all guilty of being stupid. The moral of the story, is don't take pictures of things that are of a very personal nature on your phone. If you do, lock the keys on your phone with a real safe password and then don't bring it to school or make it available to someone else. Cell phones are not really very secure. Just because the technology is there, does not mean someone should automatically use it for selfish gain. We all have bigger fish to fry here in Lyndonville, in New York State, in the USA and in the World. It's time to put an end to this rediculous issue. Everyone makes mistakes. Remember the old adage?- only he without sin can caste the stone.
Mmore

Leiden, Netherlands

#21 May 9, 2007
Well are we going to see the picture(s) anyway? Uploaddd
Chris

Venus, PA

#22 May 9, 2007
PLEASE POST THE WEBSITE FOR THESE PICTURES! I heard on the radio that they are now on the internets!!!!!

Since: Apr 07

Winnsboro

#23 May 9, 2007
UNKOWN wrote:
I think that the students who were suspended should not be in trouble the teacher should
Why? because the teacher took legal photos with her personal property that someone STOLE and they shouldnt get in trouble?! Get a life people!

Since: Apr 07

Winnsboro

#24 May 9, 2007
No More Bull wrote:
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I don't bleed for the "poor children"...I am sick of people not being held accountable for their behavior-especially the "educated and professional There was a reason that photo was on that phone...please figure that out for YOURSELF!!! If this were to happen in my workplace I'd be fired and I don't work with CHILDREN~!!!!!!!!!
Yes there was a reason the picture was on the phone...she took it doing something that is legal...and I guess you know that too if you have children.... So, only "educated professionals" are being held to a high level of accountability? Hogwash...

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