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Principal Uses Board To Get Students Expelled

Aug 17, 2007
Mitzie is a schoolteacher at a local high school. She enjoys interacting with the students and faculty very much. Despite the numerous problems in the school, she believes she is making a difference in their lives. She endures some verbal abuse from some of the students. Sometimes a few of the parents give her problems. All in all, she is satisfied with her work. For the past several weeks, there has been a growing feud between 2 of her students.

It was getting so bad, that they could not lay eyes on each other without starting a fight. Mitzie was charged with keeping these 2 under surveillance, so they would not hurt each other. One time, she even had to call security. They both resented her for calling security. It usually meant they would be expelled. They had already been expelled several.

In the past when they returned to school, everything went well for about a week. Then they were back at it again. The principal was growing tired of this problem. He took their case to the Board of Education. He asked for the right to expel them for the year if they fought again. The board agreed with his intended actions. A couple of weeks passed with no problems. Then in third week another fight broke out between the 2.

Mitzie called security and they were hauled to the principals office. They were expelled for the year. They were furious. They blamed the principal, but mostly they blamed Mitzie. The next week Mitzie arranged an outing for the class at the local skating rink. It was a way for her students to blend with other students. She arrived at the rink. She drove up to the parking lot.

She parked next to a van with tinted windows. She got out of her vehicle and turned her back to lock it. At that moment, the door of the van slid open and someone grabbed her. She struggled to get free. She twisted and turned, but the attacker held on. While she was trying to escape, 3 of her student coordinators drove up. The attacker saw them and released his grip. She turned and looked in the attackers face.

It was one of the students she had been expelled. He quickly closed the van door and drove off. The other students quickly called police and reported the incident. The student was located and arrested for assault and attempted kidnapping. Mitzie still teaches at the school, but is extra careful to beware of her surroundings.

Parking next to vans and big trucks can be dangerous. They offer excellent cover for someone trying to commit a crime. If you turn your back to one of these vehicles, you can be assaulted, robbed or worse. Pay attention to where you park. You should look around before you exit your vehicle. If things do not look right leave or find another place to park. Always have a self defense plan in case of an emergency. If an emergency does occur adjust your plan accordingly.
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