Suspended Teacher Allegedly Told Student to “Lick Me Where I Fart”

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A potty-mouthed high school teacher from Ontario, Canada, was suspended after she allegedly made a number of filthy comments to her students, including instructing one to “lick me where I fart.”

Jennifer Elizabeth Green-Johnson, who teaches grades 10 through 12 at Dunnville Secondary School, was docked for a month without pay and is scheduled for a disciplinary hearing on September 23. Green-Johnson will have a lot of explaining to do. According to the Discipline Committee of the Ontario College of Teachers, the educator is also being investigated for:

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•telling a student who brought coffee to class, “Get that f–king thing out of here”

•branding one student a “bloody pedophile”

•telling a pupil, “I have never said this to a student before but f–k you”

•telling her class, “It’s debate, not masturbate”

•quipping, “You mean a bribe? I’d be able to s–t for a week ’cause of all that fiber,” after the student offered to buy her muffins in exchange for a passing grade

•declaring in class that one female student looks like a frumpy old lady today

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It’s not Green-Johnson’s first time in front of the discipline committee. She was suspended in January 2016 after pleading no contest to complaints from 2012, including one incident in which she told a male student, “So you like it from behind?” after she witnessed him wrestling another boy outside her classroom, according to the Discipline Committee of the Ontario College of Teachers.

Green-Johnson received a 2.57 out of 5 stars on the website Rate My Teachers. “I think you need to revise your teaching methods; laughing and passing notes during people’s presentations. What are you, a child? You are the most unprofessional person I have ever met,” wrote one student in May 2005, while another commented in 2004: “Miss Green Johnson you need to grow up, you act like you’re a student, snubbing the kids you think aren’t ‘cool,’ you succeed in making students feel stupid, thanx.”

Grand Erie Superintendent Scott Sincerbox told the Toronto Star that “multiple reports” have been filed about Green-Johnson, resulting in short suspensions both paid and unpaid.

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