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America’s High Schools are in big trouble.

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In my own small town there have been high profile cases of both male and female teachers having unlawful sexual relations with students and the problem is happening more and more, all over America.

In this case it was not just a teacher.

It was a High School assistant principal.

The New York Post reports:

An assistant principal at a North Carolina high school had sex with a student six times over a four-month span, police said.

Lisa Rothwell, a 34-year-old educator at Stuart Cramer High School in Belmont, was arrested Friday for having sex and oral sex with a student between April 1 and July 31, the Gaston Gazette reported, citing arrest warrants.

Rothwell, a 10-year employee of Gaston County Schools, was ordered held on $1 million bond during a court appearance late Friday. She’s facing six counts of felony sexual activity with a student by a school employee, jail records show.

Rothwell, who earns more than $66,000 annually, taught gifted children at North Gaston High School and Stanley Middle School prior to landing her current position in 2014, the Gaston Gazette reported.



MyFox8 reports:

Lisa Renee Rothwell, 34, was arrested Friday and her bond has been set at $1 million.

Jail records show that she is facing six felony counts of sex offense with a student.

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Stuart W. Cramer High School, where she reportedly worked, did not make any comments about Rothwell’s charges.

As of right now, it is unclear if the alleged victim is still a student.

Rothwell has a court appearance scheduled for Monday, according to jail records.



Here’s a video from NY Post about the frightening problem of FEMALE teachers now being predatory toward their students.

My how things have changed.

Are female teachers just now starting to be predatory toward their students?

Or has this been happening for a long time and going unreported and unnoticed?

When we can no longer trust those who educate our children, it is not an overstatement that America is in very big trouble.

Pray for America’s school children.

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Dean Garrison is the Publisher of DC Clothesline and DC Dirty Laundry