The School Teacher Who Sought Revenge

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Posts about real school tragedy, crime and/or events can be upsetting.

Robin Lyons' Blog Post #124If you’re reading this, you either care about children or me, or perhaps both. Whatever your reason, thank you for reading!

I know everyone’s short on time. To keep my posts as short as possible, I summarize cases. My posts might be a paragraph longer because I’ve decided to add a brief ‘Take-Away’ when relevant; my opinion on what might be a characteristic or behavior to watch for at school or home.

Are there more serious issues going on at school than what I’ve shared in this post? Absolutely. However, you just might see in an upcoming novel, a sub-plot inspired by this case.

BLOG POST #116: This week, I’m sharing research on a specific criminal case involving a fourth-grade teacher.

She was married to an undercover police detective. After nine-years with the school district, one bad decision in her personal life ended her career and her marriage. Her colleagues were quoted to have said she was a devoted mother and a conscientious teacher.

Hell Hath No Fury Like A Woman Scorned

When the former teacher found out her husband was having an affair she wanted revenge.

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Gangs in Schools

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BLOG POST #73: This week I’m sharing my research on a criminal case involving gang activity at a high school.

Before school began, students gathered in the cafeteria. A fight between two boys broke out, one boy staggered from the cafeteria and collapsed in the hallway. Some students attempted to carry him to the front to await emergency responders. He died before help arrived.

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Parachute Kids

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BLOG POST #69: This week, I’m sharing research on a specific criminal case involving several high school students.

What is a parachute kid? High school age children, 14-19 years old, sent unaccompanied to the United States from other countries to attend school.

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Why Was A Middle School Student Fleeing The Country?

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BLOG POST #44: This week, I’m sharing research on a specific criminal case involving a middle school student.

Fearing a gang member was going to harm him, a 14-year-old boy brought a weapon to school .

Between classes the 14-year-old student walked up to a classmate, and in the presence of other students, shot the alleged gang member in the back of his head killing him.

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