Warrant: Osborne student charged, removed for being ‘disruptive'
by MDJ staff
May 22, 2013 12:00 AM | 4645 views | 6 6 comments | 9 9 recommendations | email to a friend | print
An Osborne High School student is being charged with a crime after being removed from the classroom for being “disruptive.”

The student allegedly talked during class and continued to talk over the teacher after class began. The teacher asked the student to quit talking approximately 10 times before removing the student from the classroom, according to the arrest warrant. As the student exited the classroom, he directed expletives at the teacher, according to the arrest warrant.

The student was arrested Friday and jailed on a $1,000 bond.

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westcobb
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May 22, 2013
What about the other 20 to 30 students that are there to get an education? What about their rights? I would say that boy lost his privilege to an education. Make his parents pay for private school if he can not be respectful to his teacher and the rest of the classmates.
Don Simpson
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May 22, 2013
This child should be punished for it's behavior. This article does not reveal a justifiable reason for the arrest however. We used to live in a country of laws with rights for it's citizenry. No doubt the schools are out of control. The kids are acting like thugs. A lot needs to be done. But arresting a minor for not being quiet when being told to do so. Or arguing with a teacher? That's what the article says. Anything else has to be added by the reader. This is troubling to me.
Fancy Free
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May 22, 2013
There was a time that everyday occurrences like this one happened in ALL schools. Teacher has problem with student - teachers calls administrator - administrator takes student to office and disciplines that student.

Sounds like Osborne either is trying to get its name in the paper or all of the new administrators are no where to be found.

Osborne (and many CCSD schools)need to have administrators like Tracy Guillory, Michael Chanin, Ron Crawford, Art O'Neill, Steve Miletto, Debra Lee, Bob Huff, etc. Bring those people back, and the problem will be closer to becoming completely solved.
anonymous
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May 22, 2013
Good for that teacher.

Common Sense
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May 22, 2013
This needs to happen more often. The way some students are so disrespectful to teachers and disruptive of the classroom environment is outlandish! I blame the parents for raising such disrespectful deviants.
Don Simpson
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May 22, 2013
No doubt the student needed to be removed from the classroom. I agree also the child needs to be disciplined. Really ?!? Arrested for what? Running your mouth in a classroom? Suspension, Expulsion, even being escorted from the property would be in order (maybe). Was this child arrested and put in jail for refusing to shut up? This is a country of laws. What law was broken? What were the charges? This is poor reporting perhaps. There are a great deal of questions remaining.
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