Updated 5:57 pm CST, Friday, December 7, 2018 This Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2018, photo released by Tulare County Sheriff's Office shows Margaret Gieszinger, a high school teacher in central California who was arrested on suspicion of felony child endangerment,after forcibly cutting the hair of one of her students while singing the National Anthem, authorities said. Gieszinger was arrested Wednesday, after videos posted to social media showed a student at University Preparatory High School in the city Visalia sitting in a chair at the front of the classroom as Gieszinger cuts his hair. Gieszinger is being held on $100,000 bail. It was not immediately known if she has an attorney. (Tulare County Sheriff's Office via AP) less This Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2018, photo released by Tulare County Sheriff's Office shows Margaret Gieszinger, a high school teacher in central California who was arrested on suspicion of felony child ... more … [Read more...] about California teacher charged after forcing haircut on boy
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WASHINGTON (AP) — The letters are scrawled in blue ink across a calendar page from June 1982: BEACH WEEK. The big, bold font seems to indicate the importance of this nine-day stretch on the social calendar of a young Brett Kavanaugh, especially amid more mundane entries like “haircut” and “pick up pictures.” The 36-year-old calendar was presented by Kavanaugh as an alibi against an allegation of sexual assault that will be the subject of an intensely watched hearing Thursday on Capitol Hill, which could decide whether he will be confirmed as a justice of the Supreme Court. But look closer. You will also see a time capsule from a long-ago summer and a window into the hard-partying prep school culture in which acquaintances say the future federal judge was an enthusiastic participant. This included Beach Week, an annual rite of Washington-area high schoolers that is as anticipated by teens as it is feared by their parents. Kavanaugh has flatly denied the … [Read more...] about This boy’s calendar: a window to Kavanaugh’s summer of ’82
Avi Selk, The Washington Post Published 3:02 pm PDT, Wednesday, August 15, 2018 The wrath of the Internet came down on a tiny private Christian school in central Florida this week, over video of a 6-year-old being turned away on the first day of school because he has dreadlocks. It's one of those stories where surprisingly few facts are in dispute between C.J. Stanley's family and the school, and somehow it still ends in calls to the police, accusations of racism and death threats. Don't worry - C.J. is fine, albeit perplexed as to how his hair style became fuel in a national outrage. Anyway, here's the story of how his first week of school went all wrong. A Book Christian Academy has been educating children in the Orlando, Florida, suburbs since 1971, the school's administrator Sue Book told The Washington Post. Recommended Video: Now Playing: A private Christian school near Apopka denied admittance to a 6-year-old with long dreadlocks. The boy's father fears … [Read more...] about A little boy with dreadlocks enrolled at a fundamentalist Christian school. It didn’t go well.
Lindsey Bever, The Washington Post Published 8:29 am PDT, Thursday, August 2, 2018 Photo: Collins Family Photo Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 Tanner Collins. Tanner Collins. Photo: Collins Family Photo A 12-year-old had one-sixth of his brain removed. He feels 'perfectly normal.' 1 / 1 Back to Gallery It was a solution no parent wants to hear: To get rid of a brain tumor and stop their young son's seizures, surgeons would need to cut out one-sixth of his brain. But for Tanner Collins, it was the best option. A slow-growing tumor was causing sometimes-daily seizures, and medications commonly used to treat them did not seem to be working, his father said. But removing a portion of his brain was no doubt risky. That region -- the right occipital and posterior temporal lobes -- is important for facial … [Read more...] about A 12-year-old had one-sixth of his brain removed. He feels ‘perfectly normal.’
A FORMER teacher broke down in court today as she denied murdering her three-year-old daughter. Science teacher Claire Colebourn is accused of killing her daughter Bethan by drowning her at their £400,000 home in Fordingbridge, Hants. Bethan was rushed to Salisbury District Hospital, Wilts, on October 19 last year, after emergency services were called to the family home. The "fun-loving, adventurous" girl was tragically pronounced dead at the hospital. Appearing today at Winchester Crown Court, Hants, blonde-haired Colebourn, wearing a black dress with white polkadots, spoke only to confirm her name and enter her plea. As she was read the details of the murder charge, Colebourn, whose husband Michael works as chief executive officer of luxury marine interior company Trimline, broke into tears. Judge Keith Cutler remanded Colebourn, now living in Littlemore, Oxford, into custody until her trial, which is due to start on March 5 next year. The court heard the trial, which will be … [Read more...] about Mum sobs in dock as she denies drowning daughter, 3, at home after splitting from high-flying CEO husband