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10/08/2007 10:35 AM ID: 65492 Permalink   

Two 8th Graders Caught Having Sex During Class

 

Parents of kids who watched two other students engage in sex in class are outraged and are demanding more supervision, since the incident occurred when the teacher stepped out of class. They are also angry that it took over a week to hear about it.

A parent of one Crockett Middle School student said, "I would expect the parent to at least have a call from the principal if not the day at least the next morning. I don't believe there's any excuse why that wouldn't happen."

The students involved have been disciplined, the school said in a letter to parents Friday, and said they have had campus and district counselors talk to the students who witnessed the incident, and will be available for them in the future.

 
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  Oh Gosh Betcha By Golly Wow!  
 
Kids do the darnedest things.
 
  by: Zmethod     10/08/2007 10:57 AM     
  Aww  
 
Papi, guess what happen at school today!?

my friend Amanda and her boyfriend, were fkng each other when teacher left the classroom!!

Are you kidding me!! Do parent really expect that to be reported by students at home!

I was in a classroom and next thing you know, a Cop showed up straight to the back benchers, picked up the hoodlums, search their desks and voila, found pot stashed.

These kids were smoking during class and blowing out the window, only to be spoted by a cop.

After months and months of getting away from the same. We all knew, what was happening, just didnt want to get beat.
 
  by: isuzu     10/08/2007 12:00 PM     
  I've said it once and I'll say it again  
 
some people are just feral!

How old are 8th grade kids anyway?
 
  by: TabbyCool     10/08/2007 01:10 PM     
  @TabbyCool  
 
Do the math

6 + 8 = .....
 
  by: mcink2   10/08/2007 01:52 PM     
  @mcink2  
 
Thanks for that, I can count, I just didn't know what age kids start school in the USA, in the UK they start when they are 4 or 5, depending on when their birthday is. Also, in the UK, the first year of school is called Reception, then you have year 1, year 2 etc. after that.

So my question wasn't as stupid as your supposedly smart answer ;-)
 
  by: TabbyCool     10/08/2007 02:23 PM     
  @TabbyCool  
 
I'm Canadian, I assumed wrongly you were American to which my posting was cruel in not providing the answer.
 
  by: mcink2   10/08/2007 02:31 PM     
  ????  
 
I am confused ... how long was the teacher gone? I read the source and there were no details at all..
 
  by: serina205   10/08/2007 03:50 PM     
  ...  
 
more importantly - did they use protection?... so many unanswered questions
 
  by: serina205   10/08/2007 03:52 PM     
  @ age question  
 
kids are generally 10 when they hit Grade 5 (or what would be year 5, but not much of an equivalent from what I hear). Our school system starts at either Junior Kindergarten or Kindergarten than Grades 1,2,3,4,etc,12.
 
  by: hl2k   10/08/2007 05:34 PM     
  counselors?  
 
Yes the kids are now gonna be scarred for life...
 
  by: Eidron   10/08/2007 06:34 PM     
  I did this in 9th grade...  
 
It was the chick's fault. What 15 year old would say no to jumping the hot girl in the class when no one's looking. It was an industrial class with a separate file storage area. No one saw... and she was like, now or never!

Teenagers will be teenagers. Don't leave them alone in class. If these were in 8th grade, they could have possibly been flunkers. There was an 18 year old in our 9th grade class.
 
  by: mexicanrevolution   10/08/2007 07:18 PM     
  If they're 14  
 
although this isn't exactly great for them I wouldn't say it is going to exactly scar them for life. It's not like they're 5, they'll be well into puberty and certainly noticing the opposite sex.
 
  by: barryriley   10/08/2007 07:41 PM     
  @Barry  
 
Seriously, If this had happened when I was in 8th grade I would of been one of the (I'm sure numerous) other perverts in the front row watching.
 
  by: ronny_cordova   10/08/2007 11:02 PM     
  Bah.  
 
We knew all about sex in the 4th grade, and nowadays it's even earlier. No one is scarred, though maybe excited.
 
  by: fballer23   10/09/2007 05:10 AM     
  Im glad the title is specific  
 
if there was less than 2 people it would be kind of weird. Specially if it was like 1.5 or something...
 
  by: slavefortheman     10/09/2007 05:22 AM     
  I know what you mean  
 
but without "two" I thought it sounded a bit ambiguous, if more were involved there would be no way to tell.
 
  by: caution2     10/09/2007 05:40 AM     
  Nice  
 
I don't care what the details are.
This is a WIN-WIN-WIN situation.
 
  by: bugmenot   10/09/2007 12:22 PM     
  @TabbyCool  
 
Reception year? Wheres that? All the schools, well normal public ones, here in Scotland start primary 1, least Ive never heard of reception year. Nursery (which is not required by any law) till 4 or 5 years old, primary 1 at 4 or 5 then you leave primary school after primary 7, go to secondary school for 4 years, have to stay for an extra few months till xmas if you are too young to leave (damn 4 year olds starting too early lol) you can stay on till 6th year if you want to stay on and get highers but generally can start college after 4th year.

Basically you can be out of uni with a degree by the time yout 20.

Yes, I went on and on but once I started I thought 'pfff, may as well keep going' :)
 
  by: AccessG     10/09/2007 01:02 PM     
  @AccessG  
 
The school system in Scotland must be different to England. The cut-off date for starting school is the 1st of September, so any child who will turn 5 between the 1st of September and 31st of August will start school that year, so if your birthday is the 31st of August you start school the day after your 4th birthday, whereas if you weren't born till the 1st of September you start when you are 5. The first compulsary year of school is called reception, you can go to nursery before that, but you don't have to. I don't really see the point in calling it reception, you are in primary school for 7 years, but the last year is called Year 6, because the whole thing is offset by having reception rather than just Year 1. I'm not sure if you can legally leave school as soon as you turn 16, I'm pretty sure you're meant to stay on until the end of year 11 and sit your GCSE exams, I've never known anyone manage to officially leave before the end of the school year.

I don't know if it's the same in Scotland, but there are 2 different school systems here, there's the 2-tier one, where you go to primary school until you're 11, then you go to secondary school until you're 16, then there's a 3-tier system. In the 3-tier system I think you go to first school from age 4/5 to about 8, then you go to middle school until you're about 13 or 14, then high school after that. I'm not too sure about the ages, but I think that's about right.
 
  by: TabbyCool     10/10/2007 11:14 AM     
  @TabbyCool  
 
I thought only our laws were different, didnt realise the education systems were too.

When it comes to leaving secondary you can leave at the end of 4th year unless your not 16 until after 25th September in which case you need to stay on till xmas.
 
  by: AccessG     10/10/2007 09:12 PM     
  Wow  
 
8th grade AND infront of the class. What's wrong with this world!
 
  by: Billy Rubin   10/11/2007 04:19 AM     
  @ isuzu  
 
boy those kids were stupid, whether you blow it out the window or not it smells really really really really strong. you don't get that smell off of your breath either, and you definteatly don't get it out of your clothes except if you smoke a cig to cover it up.
 
  by: meshuggahfan   10/11/2007 01:49 PM     
 
 
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