Shame on you Molly J. Wray! How dare you claim to be "teaching Christ" in your employment as a Union classroom teacher in our Springboro Schools! Your "Union Boots" that are made for Marching for social justice for union teachers' financial gain are stomping all over our Springboro Students privacy rights, which should be protected by state and federal laws! Your actions have nothing whatsoever to do with obeying, nor violating God's laws; these are man-made laws that you have violated; and your school administrators (your employers) have seen fit to allow you to Move on and just forget about this with nothing more than a 6-month Warning "slap on the wrist." And that is just not Cool to bring this disgrace upon your school!<quoted text>
"For the kids", Wray violated privacy laws designed to protect "the kids".
Then after she was caught, Wray attempted to use her faith as a shield...
"This is full of inaccuracies and is very biased, poor reporting. It's sad that the facts are slanted in order to create a story that will support your website's cause. Because I am a woman of faith, I trust the apostle Paul's words that reassure me that "all things work together for good for those who love God and are called according to His purpose". I trust you believe the same and will pray that in everything you post in the future you will consider whether it is in service to God. If you, in good faith and strong conviction of the truth, trust that what you report is accurate and truthful, not self-serving, then I am in full support of you as a brother. As for now, I feel like a brother and sister in Christ have turned on me for their own gain, not Christ's."
Molly J. Wray
Only you can know in your heart your personal relationship with our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ; and while you may well be in the Lord's Army in your church's ministry; you are marching with the Union Army of Springboro Education Association, as an employed union classroom teacher where your only mission in that classroom is to "leave your religion in your church" and bow down to the false education gods of worldly knowledge; according to the National Education Association/ the Ohio Education Association/ and the local Springboro Education Association.