Female Teacher caught in the act by Principal giving some oral treats in classroom


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Jan 26, 2005
A Westfield High School teacher has been charged with sexual abuse of a child.

Shannon Kay Hrozek, 42, of Houston, was arrested after an assistant principal entered her 10th-grade English classroom after school on Thursday and found her performing oral sex on a 16-year-old male student, court records show.

The assistant principal used a master key to enter the classroom after a janitor informed him that a teacher and a student were in the room with the lights off.

Court documents state that Hrozek had asked the student to come to her classroom after school to "finish talking."

Spring ISD officials could not be reached for comment late Monday.

Hrozek was released on $50,000 bail and is due in court Wednesday.

<----THEFEZMAN would hit it

Mother Shucker

I'm over here now.
Oct 13, 2004
The assistant principal used a master key to enter the classroom after a janitor informed him that a teacher and a student were in the room with the lights off.
Two HUGE cock blockers.


Sep 15, 2004
What a lucky teen, a blowjob from a Teacher and a fat payoff from the school district for the damages done...


I'm bi-winning.
Jan 9, 2006


Parents updated on teacher arrest
Spring district mails out letters in latest sex case

Copyright 2008 Houston Chronicle

Responding to more allegations of teacher sexual misconduct, Spring Independent School District officials mailed letters Tuesday to the homes of the 116 students of an English teacher who was arrested last week, accused of performing oral sex on a teenage student in her Westfield High School classroom.

Shannon Kay Hrozek, 42, was arrested and then placed on paid administrative leave after an assistant principal walked in on her and the 16-year-old boy after school Thursday. The teacher was released on $50,000 bond and is expected to appear in court today.

It's the third time in as many months that a teacher in Spring has been charged over improper sexual relations.

"It is never acceptable for a situation like this to happen once, let alone three times," said Regina Curry, assistant superintendent. "I think we're concerned for all the kids, and we're also concerned about all the parents in the district."

Spring leaders said they're reviewing the district's policies and practices to decide if there's anything they can do to keep students safer. They're also trying to decide whether to take other steps, such as holding meetings with parents or sending letters out to more families.

The issue is not unique to Spring, Curry added.

"This is something you're hearing about all the time, everywhere. It just makes you question what's going on in this country. It's not just a Spring ISD issue. It's a national issue. When it happens to you and your school district, it certainly increases your awareness," she said.

2,570 cases found
Research conducted late last year by The Associated Press found that 2,570 educators nationwide had their teaching credentials revoked or otherwise sanctioned from 2001-05 over allegations of sexual misconduct.

At least 200 Texas teachers have active sanctions on their certifications for sexual misconduct that occurred between 2001 and 2005, according to data provided by the Texas Education Agency.

"Disappointed is not a strong enough word," Spring school board President Mel Smith said. "We as a school district will make sure to the extent that we can that this doesn't get swept under the carpet. The district has no tolerance for this type of behavior."

Alison Mosbeck, who taught history at Dueitt Middle School, was charged in late October with three cases of sexual assault of a child and one case of an improper relationship with a student. Mosbeck has since resigned. She's scheduled to appear in court Jan. 17.

In December, Carlos Hector Valencia, who taught Spanish at Westfield High School, was charged with having an improper relationship with an 18-year-old student. He was suspended and then terminated. His next court date is Jan. 16, according to criminal records.

Like other employees, Hrozek, who spent a year at Claughton Middle School before joining the Westfield High faculty in August 2005, passed routine reference and criminal history checks before she was hired. Spring officials said they also offer free counseling services to staff members who find themselves stressed or experiencing other difficulties.

"We are committed to weeding out anyone who breaks the trust that parents and the greater community place in educators to prepare children for their future," Curry said. "It is unfortunate that a few bad apples cast a shadow on the careers of thousands of teachers who are committed, loyal and dedicated educators."

Web site reporting
Officials said part of the increase in reports might be because students and others have more avenues for reporting suspicious behavior.

At Westfield High, for example, there's a feature on the school's Web site called "Talk About It," which allows students to anonymously report concerns to administrators.

A student used that system to report Valencia late last year. An employee alerted authorities to last week's incident, while a parent brought to light the situation at Dueitt Middle School, officials said.

Karen Jackson, whose two daughters attend Westfield High School, said she thinks the initial letters explaining last week's incident should have been sent home to the entire student body.

"I'm concerned, obviously as a parent," said Jackson, president of the campus band booster club. "Part of the reason I'm so active is because I want to know what's going on. The less you have parents involved, the more of this type of stuff you have. You don't have the watchdogs."


permanent case of the Moooondays
Apr 27, 2005
fuckin tattle tale janitor.