A teacher who works at a school in the Canadian province of Ontario faces a series of disciplinary hearings on Friday (September 23rd) over allegations of saying some filthy things to a student.
Jennifer Green-Johnson (pictured) is an English teacher at Dunnville Secondary School in Dunnville, Ontario. Green-Johnson has two sets of charges against her, which she will have to answer to before a disciplinary panel organized by the Ontario College of Teachers.
According to one set of charges that have been leveled against her, Green-Johnson is accused of asking a student to lick her rectal area. However, Green-Johnson’s disgusting history of using cruel, inappropriate, and insane language while reprimanding students dates clear back to 2011.
In January of that year, Green-Johnson was accused of sharing some personal life information regarding her past $exual abuse, which made a number of students feel very uncomfortable. Later in 2011, Green-Johnson also made a very vulgar comment about a male actor’s genitalia after her class viewed a movie she selected.
However, Green-Johnson has faced little disciplinary action over her long list of verbally abusive tirades against school children. She even called a male student a “bloody pedophile.” In January of this year, Green-Johnson was suspended for a month without pay and ordered to take classes on classroom etiquette at her own expense.
But that is the most severe punishment Green-Johnson has faced since 2011. The website for Dunnvile Secondary School still lists Green-Johnson as an English teacher for grades 10-12. The Ontario Star newspaper reported last week that Green-Johnson has not been fired from her job as of yet.
“Green-Johnson is alleged to have “slapped and/or hit” a male student on the head in March, told him to “grow some balls,” called him an “idiot” and discussed personal issues with a student during class even though that individual was not enrolled in the class,” wrote Rosie Dimanno, a columnist for The Ontario Star.
Green-Johnson faces a teaching certificate revocation if she is found guilty at Friday’s disciplinary hearings.