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January 27th, 2011
Teacher of the Year She Is Not

Police Report To an Elementary School After a Substitute Teacher Drunkenly Passes Out In Front of Her Students

I remember how my classes used to react when we had a substitute teacher . . . so I can completely empathize with a sub needing to DRINK to deal with horrible, horrible children.  Just wait until AFTER school, not before.

Last week, a 46-year-old woman was substitute teaching a sixth-grade class at Pope Elementary School in Puyallup, Washington.

The sheriff's department got a call around 12:30 P.M.  Apparently, the teacher was swearing and screaming at her students . . . and then started passing out at her desk.

When the police got there, they found her slumped down at the desk.

She told the deputies she'd taken some medication the night before . . . and put down a few glasses of wine before she came to school.

The cops found a flask in her purse.

No children were hurt, and the teacher wasn't arrested . . . but she was suspended by the school district while they investigate.   


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