It’s Not Like The Teacher Stole the Kids’ Lunch Money . . . Oh, Wait

11267156_BG3Angela Strube, third grade teacher, is accused of a classic crime from a thousand throw away lines in movies: stealing kids’ lunch money.

The Murfreesboro Tennessee teacher taught at Cason Lane Academy and denied the charges when she was confronted by the school over missing lunch money and “smart cards” that are sold for fundraisers. Stube, 30, later admitted to the theft.

She has been suspended. Ok, here is the question. Once a teacher admits that she has been stealing lunch money from kids, isn’t that a basis for termination in Murfreesboro rather than suspension? What does it take to get fired? Steal the actual kid? I am hoping that this is just a temporary stage in the process for termination. Otherwise, I am going to start to demand that my law students use my office as a lunch escrow.

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  3. I don’t think she is really from Tennessee. We have a lot of carpet baggers from the North moving down and don’t want to go back. I’m surprised that so much is known about Tennessee from the lunch menu to the quality of teachers.

  4. Listen up kids, this is the result of a teacher who does not receive enough apples from her students.

    On second thought, given the lunch menu in Tenn. she probly saved the kids’ lives in the long run.

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