Woman arrested at Paragould High School

Woman arrested at Paragould High School

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Anonymous

Paragould, AR

#1 Oct 13, 2011
Does anyone have any info on the lady that made a fuss up at Paragould School? Heard she ended up being arrested.
why

United States

#2 Oct 13, 2011
Wonder why she was making a fuss. Did this happen today?
parent

State University, AR

#3 Oct 13, 2011
i heard there were some girls on the playground yesterday and some man tried to take them. parents weren't told.....maybe she was up there about that and it got heated......
guest

United States

#4 Oct 13, 2011
Which school???
Duh

United States

#5 Oct 13, 2011
guest wrote:
Which school???
Read the title.
Just Sayin

United States

#6 Oct 13, 2011
Duh wrote:
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Read the title.
It was @ Baldwin school. Parents weren't notified instead they heard it frm their girls that evening. The police are involved. I'd have my child outta there in a heart beat.
Just Sayin

United States

#7 Oct 13, 2011
guest wrote:
Which school???
From what I was told it was 4 8 or 9 yr old girls. My neighbors lil girl goes there & she said it was true. It happened on the playground @ lunch. So...I'm sure more than 1 mother went 2 the school this morning outraged. I know I would.
Just Sayin

United States

#8 Oct 13, 2011
Just Sayin wrote:
<quoted text>From what I was told it was 4 8 or 9 yr old girls. My neighbors lil girl goes there & she said it was true. It happened on the playground @ lunch. So...I'm sure more than 1 mother went 2 the school this morning outraged. I know I would.
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why

United States

#9 Oct 13, 2011
That's terrible that the school didn't notify the parents. I would be upset if I was not called.
Guest

Jonesboro, AR

#10 Oct 14, 2011
If this was handled and over with why is it so important that the parents be notified? All in all, nothing happened and the danger was over. If a needle was found at the school would the school be expected to notify all parents about it?
Just Sayin

United States

#11 Oct 14, 2011
Guest wrote:
If this was handled and over with why is it so important that the parents be notified? All in all, nothing happened and the danger was over. If a needle was found at the school would the school be expected to notify all parents about it?
You obviously don't have kids cuz anyone with kids wouldn't think that way. Ur a moron so GO AWAY!!!!!
wierd

United States

#12 Oct 14, 2011
Guest wrote:
If this was handled and over with why is it so important that the parents be notified? All in all, nothing happened and the danger was over. If a needle was found at the school would the school be expected to notify all parents about it?
That is the most stupied comment on topix of the day!
in the know

Paragould, AR

#13 Oct 14, 2011
My daughter goes to school there and this was 4 of her friends that it happened to. It's true that they were on the playground by the fence at lunch recess and a man pulled up & offered them money to climb the fence & get in the car with him. The girls had to give a description of him & the car then the school notified police but not the parents. The girls came home telling them about it & were scared to go back to school in case the man came back. All 4 of the girls' moms were at the school first thing the next morning to confront the principal. She agreed that they should have been notified but that doesn't change the fact that they weren't! Police are looking for him but to my knowledge he has not yet been found. Keep your kids close & keep them safe! This kind of thing seems to be happening more & more in our area.
in the know

Paragould, AR

#14 Oct 14, 2011
By the way, I do not know who was arrested at a Paragould school but it was definitely NOT one of the moms I mentioned.
guest

Paragould, AR

#15 Oct 14, 2011
This should have been made public on the news, he is still out there. This is another one of Baldwin elementary's bad choices swept under the rug to avoid bad publicity! What they're not thinking about, is what's going to be said about that school if something does happen and Baldwin had knowledge they chose not to share with the community! Scary!
Old Biker

United States

#16 Oct 15, 2011
Can anyone give a description of the lowlife and his vehicle?
guest

Paragould, AR

#17 Oct 16, 2011
hemhaw wrote:
Does anyone have any info on the lady that made a fuss up at Paragould School? Heard she ended up being arrested.
Someone said she was married to a teacher and he was alone with a female student so she went to confront them both... anyone heard more?
guest

United States

#18 Oct 16, 2011
guest wrote:
This should have been made public on the news, he is still out there. This is another one of Baldwin elementary's bad choices swept under the rug to avoid bad publicity! What they're not thinking about, is what's going to be said about that school if something does happen and Baldwin had knowledge they chose not to share with the community! Scary!
You must realize that school administrations seek to hide anything they feel will reflect poorly on their schools. It really is pitiful. And, it isn't just here that this is the case. It's the weird mentality of "educators." Guns on campus, drugs, etc. etc.
think about it

United States

#19 Oct 16, 2011
guest wrote:
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You must realize that school administrations seek to hide anything they feel will reflect poorly on their schools. It really is pitiful. And, it isn't just here that this is the case. It's the weird mentality of "educators." Guns on campus, drugs, etc. etc.
Weird mentality of educators??? I would like for you to elaborate a little more as to what you mean. I would also like to say for the record that I agree that these children's parents should have been notified. These girls were probably traumatized by this and needed to talk to their parents about how it made them feel. The parents weren't given the heads up in order to prepare themselves for what they should say to their daughters. I really have no defense as to why it was decided not to notify them. But I can bet you that the teachers(educators) had absolutely NO SAY in what was to be done about the situation. You know, if a gun or drugs are brought on campus it truly gives me questions as to the mentality of a parent that would allow their child to do such a thing. So sorry that educators can't go home with their students and raise them as well as try to teach them. If I offend parents with my honesty here, well, think about it. Why is it ALWAYS the school's responsibility to make sure kids are doing what they are supposed to have been taught at home to do? Sure does take a lot off our shoulders, doesn't it? Or could it be that they are doing what they are seeing at home? Hmmmmm, food for thought. How about we give educators a break? Geez, they are the fall man every time a kid does something that the public doesn't like.
FOR- REAL

Paragould, AR

#20 Oct 16, 2011
think about it wrote:
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Weird mentality of educators??? I would like for you to elaborate a little more as to what you mean. I would also like to say for the record that I agree that these children's parents should have been notified. These girls were probably traumatized by this and needed to talk to their parents about how it made them feel. The parents weren't given the heads up in order to prepare themselves for what they should say to their daughters. I really have no defense as to why it was decided not to notify them. But I can bet you that the teachers(educators) had absolutely NO SAY in what was to be done about the situation. You know, if a gun or drugs are brought on campus it truly gives me questions as to the mentality of a parent that would allow their child to do such a thing. So sorry that educators can't go home with their students and raise them as well as try to teach them. If I offend parents with my honesty here, well, think about it. Why is it ALWAYS the school's responsibility to make sure kids are doing what they are supposed to have been taught at home to do? Sure does take a lot off our shoulders, doesn't it? Or could it be that they are doing what they are seeing at home? Hmmmmm, food for thought. How about we give educators a break? Geez, they are the fall man every time a kid does something that the public doesn't like.
Are you for REAL?
These are children, they're not 9th or 10th graders. If your a teacher you should go straight to the principle and suggest that the parents be called. The parents have ALL the right to know before their child gets home so they can set them down and talk to them about what happened. I have a grandchild that goes to baldwin, and don't you think for a minute that I wouldn't be there when the doors open the next morning. I'm not saying the teachers are the ones that should be the ones that are to handle this, but the parents don't know if they're not told.

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