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In the Lakeland Central School District in Shrub Oak NY it has been going on for 10 years in one case over 15 years in another case. A male high school teacher has been dating his under aged female students for 10 years and Premium I Will Stab You Ghost Nurse Costume Halloween Funny Gift shirt. A cleaning guy touches female children in K and 1st grade for over 15 years.The entire district knows.But covers it up along with Westchester County Police and Westchester County DA.

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School leadership should be paying close attention to this issue. We are NOT social workers, therapists, nurses, parents etc. We are trained to teach and Premium I Will Stab You Ghost Nurse Costume Halloween Funny Gift shirt, not to be all these things for our students. Wrap around services are sorely lacking for our students and families in need.

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I understand what Lisa is saying — often “school leadership” can mean those who put pressure on teachers to “control” a classroom (i.e. no students sent out, no deviations from mandated curriculum, etc.) and Premium I Will Stab You Ghost Nurse Costume Halloween Funny Gift shirt. Also, just informing teachers about trauma (like an introduction to ACEs that doesn’t offer any resources or follow-up for teachers) doesn’t help us know what to do for our traumatized students.

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