In Georgia, a school principal is not happy to see her mugshot on Instagram. She allegedly tries to get a police officer to arrest the teen responsible. The police officer refuses.
No sooner does one odd controversy erupt in our teen education centers than another appears like a tardy bus.
The latest is a tale from Georgia. Please sit back. You may enjoy this.
An enterprising young man named Keandre Varner thought he’d discover whether his high school principal was, or ever had been, a criminal.
What joy, perhaps, for him to discover that there existed a mugshot of Jamille Miller Brown, principal of Riverdale High School, in Georgia.
If you were a mere teen and discovered your school principal’s mugshot, what would you do? Yes, you are correct. You’d post it to Instagram.
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Some say this is much ado about nothing but look at it this way. Where I worked behavior off campus could get you fired or disciplined.
If people had picked up that picture and thought that the DUI was the cause, there would be those calling for her removal from the school. The kid who posted the picture did not realize the possible consequences which could have resulted in job loss or lawyer fees to defend something that the kid thought was a prank.