Thursday, January 04, 2007

Young Girl Facing Charges After Wetting Pants


A 12-year-old special education student in Montour County was charged with disorderly conduct after authorities said she deliberately wet her pants at school.

I take it that she was in special education because she was, well, special. Isn't that what special education is for, to teach children who need a seperate educational process because they are not capable of learning or acting like the other students? Are we going to start charging kids with being dyslexic or how about jail time for down syndrome?

Her mother told the Press Enterprise it happened because her daughter was frightened by the principal.

Like a puppy.

Her mother said when her daughter refused to go to the kitchen to wash some pots and pans, teachers summoned principal Kevin Duckwork, who confronted the girl.

That seems normal enough. No kid wants to do the dishes. Why are children washing pots and pans at school anyway? Don't they hire people to do that?

She then wet her pants.


Her mother said the girl is terrified of Duckwork and has wet herself during previous confrontations with him. But Danville Police Chief Eric Gill said school officials are at their “wit’s end” with the girl, and they believe her actions were deliberate.

So the special school staff can't handle the kid with special needs. Nice bright future we've set for the children. The school systems in the US fail the children 90% of the time. Home school, home school, home school.


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January 05, 2007 2:40 PM  

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