“Bad teachers” have been in the spotlight recently for various reasons. From reading or discussing inappropriate sexual material to small children to teaching Critical Race Theory to students in public and private schools to refusing to teach students in the classroom over fears of catching COVID, they are rightly being criticized by parents.
But one teacher in Louisiana has taken “bad teacher” to a new level…
A sick Louisiana teacher has reached a plea deal that will send her to prison for 48 years after she pleaded guilty to giving her students cupcakes laced with her husband’s sperm.
New York Post reports – On Monday, Cynthia Perkins, 36- admitted to a slew of disturbing sex crimes, including child pornography, second-degree rape, and mingling of harmful substances.
The teacher and her now-ex-husband and former Sheriff Deputy, Dennis Perkins, were arrested in 2019 on more than 150 sex crime-related charges — including sexually abusing a child together.
The husband, who was fired from his job at the Livingston Parish Sheriff’s Office, also faces an additional charge of sexually abusing animals, according to the Attorney General’s Office.
Cynthia was also hit with the harmful substance charge after she put Dennis’ sperm into cupcakes that she gave to students at Livingston’s Westside Junior High School, authorities said.
Our children are precious, it’s up to us to protect them from evil.
Our kids have been forced to hide behind face masks for over two years while teachers, school administrators, and elected and unelected officials force them to wear masks or face the consequences for their disobedience. Meanwhile, parents are told to shut up and not demand details about what’s being taught in the classroom or question the inappropriate way teachers conduct themselves in the classroom. Parents need to get more involved in their children’s education, or bad teachers like Cynthia Perkins will continue to commit crimes against our kids without our knowledge. The best way to know what’s going on in your children’s lives is to make sure you stay involved in their education.