Thursday, March 15, 2007

What We Want To Know Is Did The Teacher Tell The Class To Get Busy?

We're not quite sure what to make of this, except to say we're beginning to regret taking Spanish instead of shop back when we had the chance. In our defense, we should point out that the only reason we took Spanish was because we had a crush on Linda Flores who, because of her last name, we also believed already spoke the language fluently and thus would provide us with the perfect, "let's study together" cover.

Warren Township Superintendent Dr. Peggy Hinckley faced parents, cameras and tough questions about two 6th graders engaging in sexual activity in an Industrial Arts class while other students sat nearby listening to Howard Stern on their ipods. "We think they may have been working on an extra credit project for their biology class," she told a group of incredulous parents.

Dr. Hinckley described how students hid the sexual acts behind a work station. "All students have to do is sit down and scoot under the desk and the teacher can't see anything."

OK, so our question is, how do those students score on the state proficiency exam, because it seems their planning and problem solving skills are right up there. With their libidos.

According to the superintendent, most of the children were working inside this production room. The teacher was moving between the two rooms supervising. But according to the superintendent he could not see the children's activity across this cubicle."His first clue that something was amiss was when he heard someone shouting 'Who's your daddy now! Say my name! Say my name!'"

"Working inside the production room." So that's what the kids are calling it these days.

"If you want to know, and you feel you have a right to know what's going on in your child's school for God's sake keep an eye on You Tube," parent Nancy Martin told the crowd.

The Superintendent said there are changes on the way. For starters, the tops of the cubicles will come down so that teachers can see clearly that students are only engaging in missionary sex. "None of that west coast kinky stuff around here," she told parents. The district confirmed that it had dropped plans to add saltpeter to all school lunches and require school uniforms with locking zippers, but said it would look at improving communications, possibly hiring a media cover up professional and adding sex ed classes taught by monks.

Well, the media guy OK, but it seems to us the kids got all the ed about sex they need right about now.

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