- Lacey Sponsler pleaded guilty Monday to assault after the charge was reduced from indecent exposure
- The teacher was wearing a dress with no underwear when she did a cartwheel in front of a choir class
- A student recorded the incident on a cell phone and told police that she saw Sponsler’s ‘vagina open and close, as her legs were in the air’
A former substitute teacher in Oklahoma who exposed herself to students when she did a cartwheel while wearing a long skirt but no underwear has pleaded guilty to a reduced charge.
Lacey Sponsler pleaded guilty Monday to assault after the charge was reduced from indecent exposure.
She was given a two year suspended sentence and can’t teach for two years. She will not have to register as a sex offender.
Sponsler declined comment. Defense attorney Nathan Milner told KTUL that Sponsler believes the incident was ‘blown out of proportion’ and is glad the case is over.
Sponsler was charged in February after allegedly performing a cartwheel in which she exposed herself during a high school choir class January 31 in Pawhuska, about 100 miles northeast of Oklahoma City.
The 34-year-old educator was wearing a long dress at the time of the incident, but she didn’t have on undergarments, causing her ‘to expose herself to the students in the class’.
A 17-year-old Pawhuska High School student recorded the incident on a cell phone using the Snapchat app, according to a probable cause affidavit.
- Teacher RAYNA CULVER, 43, adopted a 15-year-old student in order to have sex everyday with the victim. The married teacher makes $96,515 a year.
- Culver allegedly started touching the boy when he was about to fall asleep and then she took off his clothes. Culver performed oral sex on the boy, then proceeded to have sex with him, court documents indicate.
- The victim told authorities that the sex with his 43-year-old caretaker “happened almost every day over several months.”
- “(The victim) told Culver via text message that he didn’t want to have sex anymore, and she made it clear that she did not want it to stop.”
Rayna Culver, a Trenton educator, took in a city student who had been kicked out of a relative’s house in December 2015.
A year and a half later, Culver would be accused of repeatedly sexually assaulting the teenager after she became his legal guardian, according to a criminal complaint obtained by The Trentonian in response to a public records request.
“(The victim) believed that the purpose of her taking him in was to eventually make sex a part of their relationship,” court documents state.
Culver, 43, met the student while she was a school climate and culture leader at Rivera Middle School — a position she started in September 2013.
In a February interview, the student told Burlington County prosecutors the he and Culver were “very close” while he was attending the school that she worked at.
“There they developed a relationship and he would talk to her often,” the complaint reads.
After the student was kicked out his relative’s house, Culver assumed custody of the boy when he was 15 and they continued their close relationship, court documents disclose.
But eventually, that relationship would allegedly take a sickening turn.
Culver would start touching the victim, and “he didn’t think anything of it” initially, the complaint reads.
In June 2016 — when the victim was 15 years old — Culver allegedly started touching the boy when he was about to fall asleep and then she took off his clothes. Culver performed oral sex on the boy, then proceeded to have sex with him, court documents indicate.
“After that first incident, they would engage in sex often, and it was to the point where he felt that if he told her to stop she would get mad and kick him out of the house,” the complaint states. “(The victim) told Culver via text message that he didn’t want to have sex anymore, and she made it clear that she did not want it to stop.”
The victim told authorities that the sex with his 43-year-old caretaker “happened almost every day over several months.”
…In May, Culver was arrested on charges of second-degree sexual assault and second-degree endangering the welfare of a child.
Culver, who lives on the first block of Tudor Drive in Burlington Township, earned a salary of $96,515 this past school year, district documents show.
Culver is local to the area.
She graduated from Steinert High School in Hamilton and earned a bachelor’s degree from West Chester University in elementary education.
In a Facebook post, Culver said she got married in July 2003. She also posts numerous pictures of herself with the man who is apparently her husband.
- A young teen in Seattle can’t get a coke at her high school, but she can have a device implanted into her uterus.
Schools Implant IUDs in Girls as Young as 6th Grade Without Their Parents Knowing
Earlier this month, LifeNews.com reported on a high school in Seattle, Washington that is now implanting intrauterine devices (IUD), as well as other forms of birth control and doing so without parental knowledge or permission.
The IUD is known as a long acting reversible contraception, and may even act as an abortifacient. So, a young teen in Seattle can’t get a coke at her high school, but she can have a device implanted into her uterus, which can unknowingly kill her unborn child immediately after conception. Or, if she uses another method, she can increase her chances of health risks for herself, especially if using a new method.
The high school, Chief Sealth International, a public school, began offering the devices in 2010, made possible by a Medicaid program known as Take Charge and a non-profit, Neighborcare. Students can receive the device or other method free of cost and without their parent’s insurance. And while it’s lauded that the contraception is confidential, how can it be beneficial for a parent-child relationship when the parents don’t even know the devices or medication their daughter is using?
As it turns out, Chief Sealth isn’t the only school in Seattle doing this. As CNS News reports, more schools are fitting young girls — as young as 6th grade — with the devices and doing so without their parents knowing.
Unhinged! Tarsha Clarke, a 6th grade English Language Arts black teacher, allegedly forced white students to stand and apologize for their “white privilege” at Western Rockingham Middle School in North Carolina.
“[The teacher] caused some of her students to stand up and apologize to other students based on their inequal [sic] opportunities of education,” Farren Wilkinson said.
American Lens was also told by one parent that the incident was more specific than Wilkinson stated.
According to that parent, [the teacher] forced her white students to stand in front of the class and apologize to the minority students for their “white privilege.”
American Lens contacted Stephanie Wray, Principal of Western Rockingham Middle School, [and] asked for comment the alleged white privilege [the] incident […]
Wray indicated no such incident happened.
“In regard to your additional requests, I can not [sic] speak on any individual, however any allegations brought to our attention are investigated thoroughly and proper disciplinary action is taken if needed. Again, I can not speak regarding specific individuals due to personnel law, however the particular incident you asked about was unfounded to happen at our school,” wrote Wray.
Principal Wray’s response appears to be the district standard for The College Fix received the exact same answer after contacting Rockingham spokeswoman Karen Hyler.
- ‘The cleaners are sick of coming across poo and used toilet paper in places it just shouldn’t be.
- Memo: ‘all bodily fluids’ needed to be ‘disposed down the toilet’
- ‘The building houses some of the most intelligent brains int he world – yet they don’t appear to know how to use the toilet.
The Daily Mail reported:
Students at one of Scotland’s top universities have been told off for pooing in showers and bins.
Bosses at Strathclyde University were forced to send a memo to the 400 students and 250 staff asking them to stop with their ‘inappropriate’ toilet habits.
The memo, posted on Thursday, was sent by the operations management team of the University’s Technology and Innovation Centre.
It read: ‘Given the incidence of people pooing in bins, showers and the likes, can I please remind all TIC occupants that the toilets have been provided for that specific purpose.
‘All bodily fluids, solids and toilet paper must be disposed of down the toilet.
‘While I appreciate that the TIC population is multi-cultural and different countries have different practices, here in the UK the accepted practice is to use only the WC.’
Indoctrinating kids to be gay! Watch out for drag queens visiting your public libraries and telling drag stories to young children, thanks to a non-profit group called Drag Queen Story Hour. According to School Library Journal, the program is flourishing coast to coast and that’s because while some parents are horrified, there are others who love it.
QUESTION: Are public libraries also open and accepting to Christian organizations who would teach Bible stories to children? I don’t think so. They better make sure no Muslims are in sight when they do this.
Story from School Library Journal below:
Drag Queen Story Hours Flourishing on Both Coasts
( SLJ ) A special type of storytime is springing up in libraries and book stores in California and New York, thanks to a non-profit group called Drag Queen Story Hour. The organization states on its website that readers in drag can “capture the imagination and play of the gender fluidity of childhood and give kids glamorous, positive, and unabashedly queer role models.”
Storytimes featuring drag queens started in San Francisco in December 2015, first with celebrity drag queens, such as Honey Mahogany, who was featured on the TV show RuPaul’s Drag Race. The San Francisco-area events are usually held at the Eureka Valley (CA)/Harvey Milk Memorial Library.
A special type of storytime is springing up in libraries and book stores in California and New York, thanks to a non-profit group called Drag Queen Story Hour. The organization states on its website that readers in drag can “capture the imagination and play of the gender fluidity of childhood and give kids glamorous, positive, and unabashedly queer role models.”
“The Drag Queen Story Hour demonstrates the dynamic wit and ingenuity of the queer community and the power of a good story to forge positive personal connections,” says William Johnson, program director for LAMBDA Literary.
The concept moved to the East Coast in August of 2016, when Brooklyn’s Greenlight Bookstore hosted a story hour. That event caught the eye of local public librarians. Both the New York Public Library and the Brooklyn Public Library (BPL) have recently held them. Boston Public Library has one coming up.
“Those of us who work with young children on a regular basis know that children can dress and act in a variety of ways, and supporting their choices builds self-confidence and can help avoid serious problems later in life,” says Judy Zuckerman, director of youth and family services for BPL. “By creating an atmosphere of acceptance, and reading stories about acceptance of differences, we are hoping to stave off teasing and bullying.”
HATERS! NJ SCHOOL ALTERS YEARBOOK, STUDENTS PHOTOS WITH TRUMP’S NAME, MAGA SIGN, TRUMP QUOTE REMOVED
A New Jersey school is investigating why yearbook photos of two students were altered, students shirts with Trump’s name and ‘Make America Great Again’ sign were blacked out. A Trump quote was also removed.
One of the students father wants the school district to republish the yearbooks at the district’s expense with the unaltered photos.
A New Jersey school district is investigating why the yearbook photos of two high school students were altered to remove President Donald Trump’s name on clothing they wore.
The Wall Township district also is probing why a Trump quote submitted by the freshman class president wasn’t included under her photo while a quote by President Franklin Delano Roosevelt appeared under the senior class president’s photo.
One student wore a sweater vest with Trump’s name on it; another student wore a T-shirt emblazoned with the words “Trump Make America Great Again.” But neither feature appeared in the photos published in the yearbook.
District Superintendent Cheryl Dyer told the Asbury Park Press that she was “quite disturbed by the entire situation,” noting that the school’s dress code doesn’t prevent students from expressing their political views. It wasn’t clear who altered the yearbook photos or why. The district hires a company to take the photos and print the yearbooks.
Grant Berardo said he was shocked when he saw the yearbook photo of him in the T-shirt, minus the Trump reference.
“I sent it to my mom and dad, just like ‘You won’t believe this.’ I was just overall disappointed,” he told the newspaper. “I like Trump but it’s history, too. Wearing that shirt memorializes the time.”
Wyatt Dobrovich-Fago was surprised but not initially concerned when he saw Trump’s name wasn’t on the sweater vest he wore for his photo.
“(I thought) maybe they just cropped it out, and it wasn’t something I should worry about, they just did it,” he told WABC-TV in New York.
Then his sister, Montana, noticed the Trump quote she had submitted to run with her class president photo had not been published, even though she had met the deadline to submit it.
“I like thinking big. If you’re going to be thinking anything, you might as well think big. By Donald Trump,” Montana said, recounting the quote.
Her brother then started questioning what had happened.
“I’m like, well, that’s kind of crazy, two things against Trump in a way,” Wyatt said.
Berardo’s father wants the school district to republish the yearbooks at the district’s expense with the unaltered photos.