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School Tries to Hide Name of Teacher Who Gave 13-Year-Old Girl ‘Most Likely to Become a Terrorist’ Award

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One day after the Manchester Bombing, Stacy Lockett, a teacher at Anthony Aguirre Junior High, gave a 7th grade girl the “Most likely to be a terrorist.” award on stage for all to see.

Stacy Lockett needs to be fired immediately and as always, the Texas school and the Channelview Independent School District are trying to cover it all up!

They refuse to reveal the name of the teacher, but in the world of social media, hiding her is all but impossible! Social Media has found her to be teacher Stacy Lockett. The fact that the school and district websites have wiped her from the websites verifies who she is. What was Stacy Lockett thinking?

This incident will follow this poor girl for the rest of her school years and beyond. The school, district, and the media want to shield Stacy Lockett from the consequences via some temporary media attention? INSANITY!

Stacy Lockett

needs to take her lumps for this abhorrently bad behavior. PERIOD!

School Tries to Hide Name of Teacher Who Gave 13 Year-Old Girl 'Most Likely to Become a Terrorist' Award

Yeah, the country needs to know the name. Stacy Lockett is a public servant. Everyone in the school and district are public servants. That would mean you are NOT the masters. You are accountable. Shame on trying to hide her.

Contact the school: Phone: 281-860-3300 ~ School Facebook (FB generated. The school took down their page. Imagine that!)

Principal Eric Lathan eric.lathan@channelview.isd.esc4.net

Contact the district: Phone 281-452-8010

Greg Ollis Superintendent of Schools greg.ollis@cvisd.org Phone: 281-452-8008

Click2 Houston reports:

“I was shocked,” Lizeth said. “Stacy Lockett said, ‘Most likely to become a terrorist,’ and she said my name, and she gave me this.”

“Most likely to be a terrorist,” were the words written on the award. Just below those words was her teacher’s signature.

Channelview Independent School District official Mark Kramer said it was one of the “fake mock awards” a seventh-grade teacher distributed to students to her class.

Lizeth said it happened Tuesday in her AVID class, which is an advanced learning program to prepare students for college.

She said Stacy Lockett gave other students awards with the disclaimer that “it might hurt [students’] feelings.” She said the teacher meant it to be “funny.”

School Tries to Hide Name of Teacher Who Gave 13 Year-Old Girl 'Most Likely to Become a Terrorist' Award

“It was not a joke,” Lizeth said. “I do not feel comfortable with this…I do not feel comfortable being in the same classroom with Stacy Lockett.”

Lizeth’s mother, Ena Hernandez was furious. She said her daughter was hurt. The family was too.

“When she first showed me the paper, I’m like, ‘What is this?’. I read it again, and I’m like, ‘What is this?’ That’s when my daughter told me it was supposed to be a joke,” Hernandez said. “It doesn’t look like a joke to me.”

Kramer told KPRC it was a “poor attempt to poke fun,” and that the activity “wasn’t well thought out.”

“We’re really upset about it coming from a teacher,” Hernandez said. “That program is supposed to be for advanced kids. It is kind of hard to believe that she’s doing that. Being a teacher–giving this to a 13-year-old. How is she going to feel when she grows up later on?”

The district sent out the following statement:

“The Channelview ISD Administration would like to apologize for the insensitive and offensive fake mock awards that were given to students in a classroom. Channelview ISD would like to assure all students, parents and community members that these award statements and ideals are not representative of the district’s vision, mission and educational goals for our students.

“The teachers involved in this matter have been disciplined according to district policy and the incident is still under investigation.”

Lizeth said the teacher was suspended. School ends this week. Hernandez met with the junior high’s assistant principal, who apologized. Hernandez said what the teacher did was unacceptable, considering recent events like the bombing in Manchester, England.

“Suspension is not enough,” Hernandez said.

I call bull crap! If this teacher is not fired for such horrific actions, then so do those who refused to fire her. If a child in this school had ate a piece of bread into the shape of a gun, the consequences would have been greater. This is horrific! Please contact the school and district and make your opinion about the abhorrent actions of Stacy Lockett be known!

Contact the school: Phone: 281-860-3300 ~ School Facebook (FB generated. The school took down their page. Imagine that!)

Principal Eric Lathan eric.lathan@channelview.isd.esc4.net

Contact the district: Phone 281-452-8010

Greg Ollis Superintendent of Schools greg.ollis@cvisd.org Phone: 281-452-8008

Insanity!

 

 

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Scott Osborn is a Writer, Preacher, Political activist, as well as the Social Media Director for the TV Comedy Show, The Flipside with Michael Loftus. Scott hosts several radio shows, including the wildly popular “Conover U” starring Rodney Lee & the Preacher..

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