Third graders plotted to harm teacher

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  1. Police Release Photos of Weapons in Waycross Plot


    Third graders plotted to harm teacher

    By Angela Williams
    First Coast News

    WAYCROSS, GA -- It's the type of news you don't expect to hear coming out of an elementary school.

    Nine third grade students suspended at Center Elementary in Waycross for an alleged plot to attack their teacher.

    "This plot was uncovered at the point that something dangerous was brought to the school," says Lt. Dwayne Caswell with Waycross Police.

    Police say the students were hatching a plan to harm their teacher Friday morning. They even brought items from home to carry out the plan.

    "They had a broken steak knife, a crystal paper weight, toy handcuffs, several items and tape and stuff," says Lt. Caswell.

    Early Tuesday, the Waycross Police Department released photos of some of those items. They include the knife, handcuffs, and gloves.

    Ware County School officials say a classmate told the principal about one of the students bringing a weapon to school. The discovery was later made that more students were in on the plot. The school says it’s a matter they are not taking lightly.

    "Some might say 'They were young and in the third grade and how serious could it be?', but anytime our students' safety or our teachers' safety is compromised we obviously have to take that very seriously," says Theresa Martin with Ware County Schools.

    The school district says all the students are suspended until further disciplinary action is decided.

    "We continue to do what we always do which is work to make our students aware that this is not appropriate and we ask our parents to help us. The whole saying that it takes a village to raise a child is very appropriate at this time," says Martin.

    Police say no criminal charges will be brought forth against the students.

    The District Attorney is handling the case and students will most likely face juvenile charges of Unruly Child.


    http://www.firstcoastnews.com/news/topstories/news-article.aspx?storyid=106016
     
  2. More violence in US schools - this time is third graders were doing the plotting.
     
  3. Handcuffs? The dirty fcuking perverts!
     
  4. Mr_Fingerz

    Mr_Fingerz LE Book Reviewer

    Seven year olds...


    Can't have been very complex can it?












    And one of their oppo's dobbed them in.