Friday, July 13, 2007
Teachers Misconduct are risen. I am wonder if we import those conducts or values from a third world Country or we export them.Answer to that Mr. Tom Tancredo. Where are you values are and from where do you import them?
Ex-teacher cited on 5 sex counts
The alleged acts took place at Dixie High in past school year
The Salt Lake Tribune.
A former Dixie High School teacher has been charged with allegedly touching four female students in his ceramics class during the past school year.
Ronald Scott Sherman, 61, is charged in 5th District Court with five counts of sexual battery, each a class A misdemeanor punishable by up to one year in jail. Deputy Washington County Attorney Ryan Shaum said two of the five counts were filed in connection with one of the alleged victims. The teens told police Sherman had either touched or grabbed their buttocks during class, according to a probable cause statement filed with the charges.
One girl told St. George police that Sherman had touched her on "several occasions," according to court documents. She also said he had also rubbed himself against her thigh. Two other girls told police that Sherman had asked to see their genitals and had offered one of them $100.
The alleged crimes occurred between August 2006 through May 2007, but police Sgt. Craig Harding said the continuing investigation includes the previous school year.
Sherman, who surrendered to jail officials last Friday, is scheduled to make his first court appearance on Tuesday.
Rowlett High teacher accused of soliciting sex from girl
03:32 PM CDT on Wednesday, July 11, 2007
From Staff Reports
A Rowlett High School history teacher has been arrested on an accusation he sent sexually explicit messages and photos to someone he thought was a 15-year-old girl.
Robert Rigby Robert Rigby, 52, of Rowlett was arrested Monday and charged with online solicitation. He posted $10,000 bond and was released from jail Tuesday, said John Ellison, a Rowlett police spokesman.
Denton police said sexually explicit chats and photos occurred online between June 6 and June 29. The “girl,” was in reality a police investigator, said Jim Bryan, a Denton police spokesman.
Mr. Rigby, who has been with the Garland ISD since 1984, is a social studies teacher and an assistant football coach at the high school, said John Washington, an assistant superintendent.
In situations such as this, it is normal protocol to place the teacher on administrative leave pending an investigation, Mr. Washington said. School officials were expected to meet with Mr. Rigby next week to discuss the matter.