[quote="Anonymous"]Why did Nat Harrington, The Chief Information Officer, for The Palm Beach School District, intentionally omit the installation of the School Districts IG Corruption Hotline?
I don't see the Grand Opening of the Corruption Hotline listed.
I heard the School District IG Lung Chiu does not want the work, of fielding complaints, made about his buddies.
Nat does many Quid Pro Quo's for Lung Chiu.
Official incest is the norm at the school district.
The FEDS need to pay attention, and apply RICO to this school district.
Knowledge is power!
To be effective employees and education advocates, parents, employees and community members need to be fully aware of what's going on in our dynamic school district. For all press releases, visit the Public Affairs News Web site at http://news.palmbeach.k12.fl.us/pao/.
PBC School District Press Releases
Subject: Fw: "Get In The Loop" - District Press Releases (3/12/13)
1.Forest Hill Elementary School Community Goes Above and Beyond for Autism Awareness
2."Blessings In A Backpack" Third-Graders At Village Academy Take Home More Than Homework On Fridays
3.Palm Beach County Schools Wear Purple To Support Epilepsy Awareness
4.Boca Raton Elementary Holds All Pro Dads Event
5.3rd Annual Royal Palm Beach Schools Art Showcase
6.Parents, Learn More About Common Core State Standards And What Its Means For Your Child
7.Wellington High's Debate Team Become Champions For The Third Time
8.Omni Middle Students' Projects Win The Gold Medal Award At FCCLA Competition
9.Students Name The New Member Of School Police Department
10.Poinciana Elementary Students' Innovative Science Project Earns First Place Research Award
11.Students Clash In Battle Of The Books, 1,770 Compete In Unique Reading Contest
12.Egret Lake Elementary Celebrates Black History Month and Arts Integration
13.High School Students Prove to be Outstanding Achievers in Science!
14.Middle School Student Awarded President's Volunteer Service Award
15.Royal Palm Beach High Speech and Debate Student Best in the Nation
16.DEADLINE EXTENDED! Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Triunfo Scholarship
17.Scales, Tails, and Teeth a Highlight of Diamond View Family Carnival Day
18.Calling All Middle School Poets: Enter the District Poetry Competition!
19.Lantana Elementary Afterschool Programs Hosts Trip to a Broadway Show at the Kravis
20.Local Educator Selected As One of 24 Expert Educators Worldwide
21.'Congress In The Classroom' - Eagles Landing Middle School 7th Grade Students Learn About U.S. Government Through Congressman Visit
22.Never Too Early to Prepare for College! Pine Jog Elementary Students Receive Scholarships
23.Boynton Beach High School Dance Academy Presents The 2013 Spring Dance Concert[/quote]
Yes, The Palm Beach School Board has so much to offer. So many dedicated role models.
Former Royal Palm Beach high teacher, coach jailed on charges of luring child
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By [url=http://www.palmbeachpost.com/staff/alexandra-seltzer/]Alexandra Seltzer[/url]
Palm Beach Post Staff Writer
Former Royal Palm Beach High School teacher John R. Springer at the end of August told a 17-year-old student whom he coached on the volleyball team that he had something to tell her, but he couldn’t write or text it.
He called her that night, according to Palm Beach County School District Police, and told her she was “hot” and he liked her personality.
The attraction soon escalated into him sending nude pictures to the teen. At the 27-year-old teacher’s request, the teen sent nude pictures to him.
Springer now faces criminal charges of using a computer to solicit a minor and three counts of transmitting material harmful to minors.
The Royal Palm Beach resident was arrested Thursday and released from the Palm Beach County Jail after posting a $12,000 bond.
Springer was hired as a teacher at Royal Palm Beach High this school year, but was terminated Nov. 7 during his probationary period. He previously worked as a volleyball coach at Seminole Ridge High.
“Our detectives did a great job working with everyone involved,” said Larry Leon, the school district’s police chief.
The home-schooled student said that after the phone conversation with Springer, he told her twice not to tell anyone because “he knew it was wrong” but he “could not help who he was attracted to,” a school police probable cause affidavit says.
The teen told police in late October that her volleyball coach was flirting with her and making sexual comments. He texted her, she told police, and said he was starting to feel comfortable with his attraction. He told her how “good” she looked in her volleyball uniform and that he wanted her to “feel his body,” the affidavit says.
Later that week, Springer sent the nude pictures. “Do you like what you see?” he asked the teen about the pictures sent to her cell phone, according to the affidavit. The teen said yes, and sent him nude and partially nude pictures in return.
Springer’s attitude soon changed and told her to delete the photos and texts.
When detectives spoke with him on Nov. 2, Springer admitted to telling the teen in August that he was attracted to her but couldn’t tell her in a text message because he knew the feelings were wrong. He also admitted to feeling guilty after the teen sent him nude pictures because he knew that she was only 17.
Police say Springer said he told the teen to delete all pictures and texts because he “did not want any of what they did or discussed to come back up” as he knew the relationship would “affect his job, livelihood, and career.”
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