Santa Fe High School student accused of verbal threat toward teacher arrested
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SANTA FE, Texas - A Santa Fe High School student accused of making a verbal threat toward a teacher was arrested Monday afternoon, district officials said.

The student, who has not been identified, is charged with making a terroristic threat.

The school's principal said in a letter to parents that the student was removed from campus and discipline taken according to the school's code of conduct.

Officials did not release details of the threat.

It's the second incident this school year.

Earlier this month, two students were removed from campus after they sent threatening text messages to fellow students.



Comments:
Did those students not learn anything with the school shootings on May 18th. Do they think they are above being disciplined? Where are these parents? Do they not have one on one conversations with them at home and forwarn them of the conquensences of their actions? I'm sickened by how the young people think in today's world. Parents: Please talk with your children, help them to understand, their actions can ruin their lives. Thank you?
Posted by noname at 9/25/2018 7:32:37 PM

I see this all the time these days. Just another product of kids learning to be the bullies by watching too many (bad) dramma shows on tv, and having way too-much social media activity time on their hands. Obviously the parents do the same things and the kids don't learn how to grow-up 'RIGHT' in that type of environment. The respect/dicipline which is truely lacking in the family never gets taught.

People just living a trash-talking life and oommon sence is never around ...
Posted by Chevy at 9/30/2018 2:59:55 PM

Hmmm. Here's a idea.

Parent 'could' be real parents and actually spend quality time with their children doing things that ARE legal AND moral.

Maybe they could also not raise them to, or allow them to, make their 'friends' such a integral part of their lives.

Where I live, the kids are never home, instead, they are with their 'friends'.

Whatever happened to church? These kids have no problem quoting words to rap, but if their lives depended on it, the most probably could not even come close to quoting a Bible scripture.

Evil and violence is all they are exposed to.

And, if these so-called parents were not so afraid of what others will say, or keeping up with the Jones and thinking of themselves, they would be able to stay home more with these kids they supposedly love, but pawn off on others, or just let run wild.

And, if these parents would monitor what these kids watch, or not 'allow'them to even play, let alone buy them all kinds of games without first learning wht it's about approving it, they would not be subjected to nearly as much violence where they get a lot of their evil ideas from.

These kids just have too much idle time on their hands. When is the last time a kid volunteered to help older people, clean up their own yard, wash their parents' cars, paint, or do anything helpful and positive?

Probably never, or very little, because they don't have to! Actually, they don't have to do anything, most of the time, because parents find it so much easier to just give in to them and let them do whatever they want to do.

These kids don't even know how to be courteous or respectful to anyone, let alone their parents or those in authority.

God knows, I would never even consider being a Policeman/woman, a Teacher, Bus Driver, or basically anything that has to do with spending time with these young heathens that some call children.

And, if these parents would cut out, or at least cut back on the SUGAR, or CORN SYRUP, which is in most prcessed 'foods' that these kids ingest, they would be able to act more like a person, because sugar has the same effect that Speed does when not used in moderation.

Sugar makes anyone hyper, irritable, fidgety, and basically unable to even think correctly because they are high, for the mostpart.

Those are not just words, it's the truth.

...

I could go on and on, but instead, I just want to say THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU to the Policemen/woman out there.

I, for one, appreciate you.

Be careful!
Posted by Patrisha at 10/6/2018 3:43:15 AM

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