Saturday, May 11, 2013

Standing Hampton (Stacie Halas News Poem)

Standing Hampton

Boys of 13 can be
Ill at ease with the
Girls their own age

Sophomoric and
Awkward; their advances
Untoward grasps at
Something still not understood.
Afraid of rejection, a boy's mind
Gravitates toward a place where
Embarrassment is unthinkable.

Pubescent teacher fantasies,
Inevitably follow, in the confused
Zeitgeist of middle school and
Zaftig pants days that always
Accompany adolescence.


A middle school teacher named Stacie Halas has been placed on administrative leave pending an investigation into rumors that she's also a hardcore porn actress, KCAL-TV reports.
Haydock Intermediate School officials released a statement saying the teacher, whose name is being withheld, is not facing criminal charges -- but that the school considers the activity to be inappropriate.
“It has been alleged that one of our teachers is depicted in at least one pornographic video and possibly others on the internet…These sites contain extremely graphic and inappropriate pornographic material.”
KTLA-TV reports that officials were alerted when students showed administrators a pornographic video allegedly starring the teacher.
"These allegations do not involve any Oxnard School District students," the school's statement says, according to KTLA. "We are asking teachers to discourage the children from searching for and/or visiting these inappropriate sites. We ask that you be particularly vigilant over the next few days with respect to the Internet content being accessed by your child on his or her telephone or other Internet-ready devices."
Superintendent Jeff Chancer told the Ventura County Star his main worry -- other than students trying to search for videos of the teacher -- is that it will disrupt productivity.
"My biggest concern right now is the effect it will have on the learning of our children that we serve,"

The "News Poem" is a creation of Toylit. You can find Stacey Here (warning adult content). Updates to the story


Brian Miller said...

well that makes for an interesting acrostic...ha...interesting, could see where that might become a distraction in class and lead to some interesting questions...and/or

Mary said...

Hmmm, some 'news' is best not viewed...but certainly is tempting for adolescents.

Anonymous said...

I can just imagine the effect of telling them not to...

Björn said...

certainly if you wanted to lure the kids into temptation this sounds like the right way to do it.

forbidden fruit's sweetest-