A Teacher In Ontario, Canada Told A Student To “Lick Me Where I Fart”
We’ve posted many a story about teachers who have done inappropriate things to their students,
butt but this is a new one…
An area teacher who was recently reprimanded by the Ontario College of Teachers for swearing and vulgarity is facing two new sets of charges before her governing board.
Allegations of classroom behaviour by Jennifer Elizabeth Green-Johnson include her telling a student: “Why don’t you lick me where I fart?” The teacher was suspended without pay by the Grand Erie District School Board.
“Lick me where I fart” sounds like something Nicki Minaj would say on wax.
Green-Johnson, who is listed as an English teacher on Dunnville Secondary School’s web site, was found guilty of professional misconduct at a January hearing by the college and got a one-month suspension. Her name and case were publicized in the college’s September magazine that is distributed to teachers.
At the end of August, Green-Johnson got notice of two additional sets of charges against her.
The first dates back to March 2015 when she is alleged to have slapped or hit a male student on the head, told him to “grow some balls” and called him an idiot. That incident was dealt with by the school board, which suspended Green-Johnson for one day without pay, which she served in May 2015.
The second set of charges relates to behaviour during the 2015-16 school year. It includes swearing at students, calling a student a “bloody pedophile” and using other vulgarities in class. She also said that a student “looked like a frumpy old lady today.”
The way these kids are nowadays, this teacher is lucky she didn’t get beat up on Snapchat. Smh.
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