Browsing: Classroom Creepiness
Two months after he won a teaching award, Paul Conrad lost his job. Turned out he’d been drooling over his second-grade students’ feet for years. Now, he’s been charged with child porn possession. City Pages has the full story.
Breakfast reading from the Voice Media Empire: A 29-year-old charter school teacher in Gilbert had sex with a student, according to police. Andrew “A.J.” Teaters, a sixth-grade teacher at the school, Gilbert Early College, admitted to having sex with a 17-year-old student at the school in his classroom, according to court documents. Phoenix New Times has the story.
According to the charging document, the victim’s father unexpectedly returned to his suburban Minneapolis home around 3 p.m. last Friday, heard noises emanating from his daughter’s bedroom, and headed upstairs to check it out. City Pages tells the story from there.
Kathanna Culp, 28, not only worked as a teacher in a suburban Houston high school, she was a lawyer who represented kids in court through the Child Advocates organization. She also, cops say, had sex with an 18-year-old student and provided liquor and weed to him and his friends. The “affair” came to light when the kid tried to blackmail her. (Update: Although she went through the 30-hour training, Culp never took a court-appointed case through Child Advocates. The Press regrets the error.) and The Houston Press has the story.
Maria Calvillo is a woman who knows what she wants and isn’t afraid to ask for it, if what is alleged by cops is true. They say the nurse’s aide texted a student to tell him “”Bend Me Over and F%# Me Tomorrow” and then followed through with sex on a storage-room floor. Calvillo admits the text but denies the sex. The Houston Press has the story.
The teacher of the “Wild Cadets” high school dancing team faces charges of improper relationship with a student after a 17-year-old female told authorities about her year of sexual encounters with her. The two had vibrator-laden sex so often while the teacher’s husband was away that the student lost count. The Houston Press has the story.