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08/20/2006 11:47 PM ID: 56425 Permalink   

Six-Year-Old Violently Assaults Teacher's Aide


Residents of Pasco County Florida are shocked after a six-year-old child brutally assaulted a teachers aide, administering injuries severe enough to send the grown woman to a hospital. Apparently, it all started over an argument with a peer.

The boy at some point angrily decided to go home on his own-- and for obvious reasons, a teacher's aide came to stop the child. The child's response was horrific. He rammed his head into her mouth, and then proceeded to kick her in the face.

As he was doing this, he was screaming and hurling obscenities at the badly injured woman. Any actions the school may take at this point are unclear, but a school official alluded to the fact that the boy may need some counseling.

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"MAY" need some counseling...

Come on, just come out and say it - HE NEEDS
COUNSELING! I would be MAD if I found out a child
@ that school did that and didn't receive counciling.
He seems like a quitter too - kids better not play w/
him on the streets or he'll take his ball and go
  by: hotrock11     08/21/2006 12:03 AM     
  And maybe electric shock treatment  
lol j/k. Seriously though this kid should be put in a special school, and someone should investigate his parents for raising him like this.
  by: ssxxxssssss   08/21/2006 12:04 AM     
  blame it on..  
find something to blame it on, analyze every aspect, corner, surface... in the end, it's just a kid that was pissed off about something... and didn't have the 'incentive' to just quiet down and play along.

from the article:
Yvonne Lyons of the Classroom Teacher's Association says, "I think always in the very back of a teacher's mind is: Am I going to be accused of something if I grab this kid or push this kid, could I have child abuse charges hanging over my head.".

Are you kidding, I remember getting some serious spanking from the teachers back in the day, it was all normal, then.

This applied to the kid from this article would constitue an incentive to just go sit in his desk..

did things change for the better, or for the worse?
  by: deadmeat     08/21/2006 12:52 AM     
the parents have done a great job raising this boy.
  by: walter3ca   08/21/2006 05:08 AM     
  Problem Child  
  by: zmethod     08/21/2006 07:53 AM     
  Serious problems....  
In western schools, it is taboo to touch a kid because we have learned you'll either get charged with sexual-assault or physical-abuse. Thanks to the litigious psyche that has been fostered by lawyers in the USA....

We might as well start applying corporate-farming techniques.

Anybody here ever been home-schooled?
  by: theironboard     08/21/2006 10:02 AM     
Seems the kid was pulling some serious wrestling moves.. Maybe he has been watching to much of the wrong kinda television.
  by: mikkitaz   08/21/2006 10:24 AM     
Maybe he was just being bullied and had enough. I was bullied my entire school life. I can remember a time in secondary school where i went crazy at a teacher because i was being accused for cheating in an exam when i wasn't. Though i never lashed out physically because i dont agree with violence, i lashed out verbally and then made my way home.

Teachers do not seem to understand or want to get involved where bullying is concerned. This is what i have witnessed through out my school years at least.

I cant think of anything else that would have made a kid flip out suddenly like that and want to go home.
  by: f3nd3r   08/21/2006 02:10 PM     
  My fiancé is an EBD special ed teacher  
and this is just the kind of crap that scares the hell out of me. Some of these kids in high school are 6’2” and 250lb. They can break your neck if they go nuts. I hope this para sues the hell out of the school for not providing protection or allowing them to carry stun guns. We need a nation wide teachers strike to force the legislature to pass laws protecting teachers. Bring back discipline in the classroom or place these discipline problems in a controlled setting where they won’t be a danger to others.
EBD=emotional behavior disorder
  by: Valkyrie123     08/21/2006 02:19 PM     
Six year old vs an adult? Wow! Pretty wimpy teacher's aide. If she can't control kids properly and restrain them if they have to be...she should not even be allowed to work as a a Teacher's aide.

Put that boy in boxing, kickboxing, and no need for therapy. Kid is reaching out in all the wrong ways. He has issues and I'm sure that kind of rage is only seen in boys who have been badly abused.
  by: morph   08/21/2006 05:18 PM     
Hopefully they can pin this on something other than the kid quickly. That way some medical company can come up with a new drug to control the new disease that this kid has. Then everybody up top gets rich and the problems remains unsolved. Afterwards when this action gets repeated and a teacher defends herself/himself they will be sued for everything they are worth, along with the principal, school, county and state. Bring back the time when kids were disciplined in their house and at school. Lil beating here and there from a loved one only showed me what not to do growing up.
  by: confed   08/21/2006 06:16 PM     
  Is he named "Chuckie"?  
  by: Zpravodajec     08/21/2006 07:24 PM     
  I'm going to get flamed for this one.  
Any physical or mental defect causes a weaking of the gene pool. It's only en recent history that we did not put these poor souls out of the gene pool. Look at UK, their gene pool is starting to go stagent. I read more and more about the rise of birth defects in various contries. The smaller the more isolated the country the more birth defects.
Maybe in with gene manipulation these can be removed. But untill the scientist are allowed to play GOD, with the genes we are a doomed race. GOD does not play dice with the universe, everything has a plan. If we were not ment to play with our genes then we would have never found out about them. Frankly I want my tail back.
  by: CaveHermit   08/23/2006 05:30 AM     
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