Ohio ex-teacher sues, says she fears young kids

Jan 15, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: El Paso Times

This 2011 photo shows Maria Waltherr-Willard, 61, who taught Spanish and French at Mariemont High School in Cincinnati from 1976 until 2009, when she was transferred to the district's middle school.

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That's a new one. I could understand fear of high schoolers.

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while i understand that teaching in schools today can be a little dangerous (and how sad is that!)
this is just stupid..

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::Take Note:: phobias begin with people asking themselves, "What if?" and then imagining the worst-case scenario.
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Looking for a huge settlement no doubt at taxpayer expense. Claims phobia makes her blood pressure soar putting her at risk of a stroke. It's the fact that she's a fat pig that's making her bp soar not the kids. She looks like Jabba The Hut for cryin' out loud! Lose some weight you fat cow.

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Looking for a huge settlement no doubt at taxpayer expense.
Do you have any 'idea' what your talking about?::or:: did your fingers just need the exercise?
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She taught Spanish and French?

Looks more like she ATE Spain and France......

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Damn she looks like a turtle
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Hoosier Hillbilly wrote:
::Take Note:: phobias begin with people asking themselves, "What if?" and then imagining the worst-case scenario.
I agree completely! Worst part is that they repeat it over and over and over and over again like a deranged mantra.
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Jan 16, 2013
 
She probably really is afraid to be around kids. 7th and 8th graders can be little imps at that age and since she's never had any, she's probably not too fond of kids anyway. Too bad she didn't first consider a different profession. Obviously she wants the money to make up for lost wages, but 100 grand is a bit over the top. My brother was a biology teacher at a local high school and he said many of those kids were disrespectful and even dangerous. It takes a special kind of person to know how to deal with kids today. Times have changed when I was in school and now they have armed guards at the same school I graduated from many years ago. One kid is under suspension for bringing a gun to school and they're strongly considering expelling him.
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Jan 17, 2013
 
Frivolous...
What she needs is to treat her phobia, not sue the school system.
Whiney bitch!
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Jan 17, 2013
 
Maybe she fears she just might eat one of the kids?

(Did you see the size of her?)

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60s chic wrote:
She probably really is afraid to be around kids. 7th and 8th graders can be little imps at that age and since she's never had any, she's probably not too fond of kids anyway. Too bad she didn't first consider a different profession. Obviously she wants the money to make up for lost wages, but 100 grand is a bit over the top. My brother was a biology teacher at a local high school and he said many of those kids were disrespectful and even dangerous. It takes a special kind of person to know how to deal with kids today. Times have changed when I was in school and now they have armed guards at the same school I graduated from many years ago. One kid is under suspension for bringing a gun to school and they're strongly considering expelling him.
There should be no "Considering" involved, weapons at school should be grounds for immediate expulsion.

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