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Officials say Clay High student found with ‘shoot list’

Parents of students at Clay High School are upset after learning a student brought a “shoot list” to school Thursday morning.

The boy, whose name and age were not released, did not have a weapon and told investigators it was a joke. He was arrested and will also face discipline for violating Clay County schools’ code of conduct.

By mid-morning, parents got an automated call from the principal. Many of them showed up to pull their children out of the school despite assurances that the student was in custody.

“This happened a couple years ago in Keystone, as well, and I don’t trust it,” parent Desiree Milleston said.

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Valdosta Police Arrest 14 in Valdosta High School Burglary

The Valdosta Police Department said that they have arrested 14 people in connection to a burglary at Valdosta High School.

They said that the burglary happened back in March.

They said that one minor was also arrested and turned over the the Department of Juvenile Justice.

VPD says that they are still looking for one minor and two adults in connection to the crime.

On March 27, around 10:52 p.m., a Valdosta patrol officer was on normal patrol when he noticed suspicious activity at the Valdosta High School.

He observed multiple people leaving the parking lot area at 11 o’clock at night, when the school was closed and no known high school functions were happening.

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BMX riders share anti-bullying message at Rancho Bernardo High School

Raancho Bernardo High’s students were taught an anti-bullying lesson while watching professional BMX riders perform stunts in the school’s gym.

The ASA High School Tour assembly — presented twice on Friday to accommodate all students — was sponsored by the U.S. Marine Corps, the Anti-Defamation League and ASA Entertainment.

The tour is a high-energy action sports circuit that goes across the country to support the Anti-Defamation League’s No Place for Hate campaign and the campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids, according to its website, asahighschooltour.com. It features some of the world’s top professional skateboarders, inline skaters and BMX riders from the X Games who perform while an educational message is presented “in a fun, positive and interactive fashion.

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Silverado High School volunteer volleyball coach arrested for sexual misconduct with student

A volunteer assistant volleyball coach was arrested last October for an inappropriate relationship with Silverado High School student.

The Silverado High School girls volleyball coach told the school’s principal that the assistant coach for the junior varsity team, identified as Brian Theophil, had an inappropriate relationship with a student.

Clark County School District police contacted Theophil, who told police that he and a student had kissed one time but that he “was against it but she was OK with it.” They eventually had sex at Theophil’s parent’s house and he said it was “a weird uncomfortable thing.”

According to CCSD police, Theophil told him that he didn’t think he had done anything wrong since he was not a teacher or employee at the school.

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Cranston high school teacher accused of sexually assaulting 4 students

A Cranston teacher has been accused of sexually assaulting four high school students.
Police said 58-year-old Charles Pearson, a Cranston West High School science teacher, was arrested after a female student complained to school officials that Pearson touched her inappropriately.
The complaint was filed with authorities on March 24, with investigators later learning that there were three more victims, whose ages range from fourteen to sixteen years old.
“The alleged sexual assaults took place in the Cranston West High School between October 2016 and March 2017,” authorities noted in a press release. “Once the allegations were reported to the School Administration and the Cranston Police, Mr.

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TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL TEACHER ARRESTED FOR ALLEGEDLY FILMING STUDENTS UNDRESSING

A high school teacher in Carrollton, Texas has been charged after he has been accused of allegedly using a hidden camera to capture his female students undressing.

According to Fox News, George Edwin Thomas III, a teacher at R.L. Turner High School, was arrested Thursday morning for six accounts of invasive visual recording after his girlfriend discovered footage of his female students changing into their uniforms.

An arrest affidavit states that Thomas’ girlfriend found the footage on a thumb drive in their apartment, and watched it after she became skeptical of Thomas cheating on her, that is when she discovered the recordings.

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Hacker of a High School Soccer Portal Gets Two Years Prison

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

A computer attacker was sentenced on March 8 for a maximum of 2-yr period when he would serve the federal jail for hacking into a fan website for a high school soccer team in Ohio 4-yrs-and-more back. The Department of …

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Online Dating Ranks High in Terms of Convenience and Avoids Awkward Moments

Online dating has become more and more popular in recent years due to a whole lot of people do not have the time to actually search for potential partners the casual way. Not only has it revolutionized the way in which singles meet but it also completely removes the challenges which we are being faced with when opting to date the casual way. People are turning to the internet to be the medium which connects people and it has the main benefit of completely removing boundaries such as location and communication between people. Read More….

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3 students arrested after gun found at South Panola High School

Three students were arrested after one brought a gun to South Panola High School on Wednesday.

Batesville Police Chief Jimmy McCloud said an arrest was made after school leaders found the gun. Deputy Chief Pittman said two more students were arrested on Thursday.

All three students face expulsion, however, the gun was not displayed or fired.

“I have a son there in the eleventh grade and it’s scary,” said Amber Beard, who was surprised to have learned of the incident on Facebook rather than from the school district.

“I remember some things going on at school, but I never heard about someone bringing a gun to school,” former SPHS student Cassie Brooks said.

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Teen arrested after threat found in restroom at Dover High School

A Dover teenager is facing charges for he made a bomb threat at Dover High School on Monday.

The incident that led to the teen’s arrest was one of four separate bomb threats at Dover schools during a 48-hour period found written in bathrooms in the middle school and high school.

Police said the threats are becoming a strain on resources not only for them but also the fire department and the schools.

“It happened twice today, so we were informed,” parent Ileana Hoeing said. She was among many parents frustrated by the multiple threats.

“It’s terrible,” Denise Bessette said. “I mean, we didn’t grow up with that, and it’s sad that the kids have to go through that today.

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