Putting children in public school is child abuse, episode more-than-I-can-count.
Maybe we should start calling it “pubic school.”
This time we’re in Pennsylvania.
LEWISBURG, Pa. – Police contend teacher’s aide Chelsea Lorson was on the job at Lewisberg Area High School only 18 days before she sexually assaulted two students.
Lorson, 25, knowingly had sex with the teens – one boy was younger than 18, and the other, a relative, was under 16 years old – despite the fact that she knew she was infected with two sexually transmitted diseases, the Daily Item reports.
Banging her relative was a “birthday present.” How nice. I’m sure he’ll never forget it. I wonder if she gave them acne too?
The school district is on top of the problem. So to speak.
“We are deeply upset and troubled by these allegations,” superintendent Mark DiRocco said, according to . “First and foremost, we want our kids to be safe in our schools.”
She was arrested and charged Wednesday with numerous felonies including involuntary deviate sexual intercourse, statutory sexual assault, institutional sexual assault, corruption of minors and recklessly endangering another person.
Lorson is just the latest worker at a regional school district to face sex charges in cases involving students.
Mark Anthony Thomas, 31, of Mifflinville, was arrested earlier this month on sexual assault charges in Columbia County for allegedly having an inappropriate relationship with an 18-year-old female while he was employed as a teacher at Central Columbia.
Amanda Dreher, a former teachers’ aide employed by Shamokin Area School District, was sentenced in Northumberland County to nine months in jail in January 2015 for having a sexual relationship with an 18-year-old male student.
In February 2013, former Shamokin Area substitute teacher Michael Zack was sentenced in Northumberland County Court to six months of house arrest for sending sexually explicit text messages to four teenage students. He eventually was sentenced to jail time for a probation violation.
I’ve got $20 says this woman, because she’s a woman, does less than a year in jail, if she does a day. You can also bet that the NEA, the national pedophile-teachers union will be on the job protecting her rights. For the children.