Monday, September 23, 2013

Two pieces of garbage from the GB school district arrested for child pornography

Actually there hasn't been an insult invented for these asshats. This letter was sent out by the Green Bay School district because two of it's employees, one who worked at Wilder and Keller Elementary schools, the other was a Lamers bus driver who had routes from Keller, were arrested along with a total of 16 people in connection with a child pornography sting this past weekend.

Here's Jason Gerhke
and the other f*** face Victor Iakamenko

Now here's the letter from the Green Bay Area School District:

Dear Families of the Green Bay Area Public School District,

We want you to know that the safety of your child is our highest and foremost priority. 

We also believe that parents have a right and we have a responsibility to keep parents informed of both good and bad news. We are saddened, and quite frankly, very troubled to report to you that a staff person at Keller and Wilder Elementary schools and a bus driver from Lamers who transports our students from Keller Elementary and Lombardi Middle School were arrested this past weekend for charges as alleged by the Brown County Sheriff's Department. 

The staff person has been placed on administrative leave while authorities conduct the investigation and the legal process plays out. Our district will continue to work closely and cooperate with law enforcement throughout the investigation. We will also be conducting our own internal investigation.

In addition, we have asked and understand that the bus driver has been removed from bus route 853. The parents whose children ride this driver's route will be contacted.

This is important education for all of us. With all of the safeguards the district has in place – including background checks for all new employees and volunteers, as well as rigorous policy and procedure to protect our students – we value the importance of partnering with the Brown County Sheriff's Department and other local law enforcement agencies. This also stresses the importance of parents closely monitoring the online activities of their child at home.

You have our assurance that we will be reviewing all related policies and procedures to determine if there are any additional safeguards that we can put into place to improve our current practices. 

In addition, you can help by discussing with your child the importance of Internet-safety and by closely monitoring your child's online activity. For helpful online safety tips from the Wisconsin Department of Justice, please visit the following link:

If you have questions or concerns regarding this situation, please contact your school principal so any concerns can be immediately addressed. 

Again, we want to reassure you that your child's safety is our highest priority. 


Superintendent Dr. Michelle Langenfeld

These schools have a tough road, and the blame doesn't fall on them, but as a parent I'm disgusted. How anyone in this world could do that, or get off on watching kids do that is making my blood boil just typing it. I pray that anyone involved in things like this get what's coming to them.

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