Most days over the past year, Brookhaven public school teacher Shawn Goldman felt like he was a prison warden.
Only at his Black Creek Dr.-Lawrence Ave.-area public school — nicknamed Millhaven by staff — the inmates have been running the asylum while teachers stood by helplessly, rendered defenseless by the Toronto District School board’s (TDSB) lax discipline policies and complete denial about what’s truly happening in the trenches.
“There’s physical assaults, verbal assaults … It’s like working in a prison that is out of control,” he said. “I’d probably feel safer as a prison guard.”
During an interview earlier this week, the courageous nine-year TDSB surplus teacher said he felt it was crucial that he step forward because he’s just plain sick of what’s happening — the almost daily chaos and screaming and the physical and verbal assaults on fellow teachers, 50% of whom took a leave of absence this past year due to the stress.
Goldman himself, suffering from the untimely death of his 19-year-old son from brain cancer, took a leave in February before things got “really bad.
LEVY: Elementary school teacher would ‘feel safer as a prison guard’
Published on Feb 28, 2017
Islam has taken over Boyne Public School in Milton, Ontario. The white teachers and faculty there are forcing all the children in the school to adopt Islam.
This parent, Nicole McKenzie protested and the school punished her children for not becoming Muslims.
This is an interview with that brave lady who had to move her children to the Catholic School Board just to keep her children safe from Radical Muslim elementary school students.
Peter Marshall – Principal
Gary Levante – VP
Contact information for Boynes Public School, let them know how you feel about this story.
Kevin J. Johnston
Journalist & Social Commentator
Randi Zurenko, 33 and married, was arrested yesterday and suspended from the mixed private Catholic school.
The pupils have been identified only as “Victims 1 and 2” and their ages have not been revealed.
Zurenko is said to have hooked up in January 2013 with the first one, who graduated later the same year.
The pair went to a park where Zurenko massaged the girl’s back and undid her bra, said police.
In early 2015, Zurenko allegedly started a relationship with Victim 2, which continued until last Friday.
They are said to have had sex multiple times.
Zurenko, a mother of five including twins, took photos of some of the acts and of the pupil in various states of undress.
do we seriously think that a female teacher sleeping
with a male pupil is on a par with a male teacher sleeping
with a girl pupil? I don’t.
A female teacher at an all-boys school allegedly had sex with two of her students — on the same day.
Cops say much-married June Kendall — a teacher at Chicago’s Urban Prep Academy — now faces charges of criminal sexual assault.
The 29-year-old woman allegedly had sex with one of her 17-year-old students early in the day then followed it up with a raunchy recess later in the afternoon with another boy, the Chicago Tribune reports.
Kendall’s alleged liaisons with the two boys began over Snapchat, which got increasingly sexually charged. The teacher allegedly sent these students photos of herself in various stages of undress.
“Over time, (the Snapchat) messages became sexual in nature, and (Kendall) indicated to (one of the boys) that she wanted to have sex with him,” according to a court document.
But someone saw the raunchy missives and reported Kendall and she was arrested.
Kendall’s husband is reportedly standing behind her.
The Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board announced today that it has suspended with pay Nadia Shoufani, a teacher from St. Catherine of Siena Separate School who, as first reported by CIJNews, praised terrorists at the Toronto al-Quds Day hatefest in July.
B’nai Brith Canada was the only major Jewish organization to monitor al-Quds Day rallies nationwide and the first to file complaints with police, leading to separate investigations into Shoufani by both her school board and Toronto Police. B’nai Brith also demanded action from the relevant provincial government officials and local school board trustees.
“It is heartening to see the school board treating this matter seriously,” said Amanda Hohmann, National Director of B’nai Brith Canada’s League for Human Rights. “At a time when the antisemitic BDS movement is being embraced by one of Canada’s major political parties, and when perpetrators of antisemitism are rarely held to account, this is a positive step.”
Nancy Marshall, Communications Officer for the school board, told B’nai Brith that the investigation into Shoufani’s conduct has been elevated to the Ontario College of Teachers, which will cooperate with the school board in this regard. B’nai Brith had previously contacted the Ontario College of Teachers, which explained that complaints against teachers can only be filed by students, parents or school boards, rather than members of the general public.
B’nai Brith will continue to monitor the various investigations into antisemitic incitement at this year’s Toronto al-Quds Day rally, and is calling for the hatefest to be banned in future years.