Pam Edge & Lynn McElheney, Monticello, Georgia (under investigation Apr 2016) [paddled 5-year-old]

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    Unbelievable -- beating a 5-year-old child is going to futher his education?

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    Pam Edge & Lynn Lynn McElheney

    Pam Edge, principal, and Lynn Lynn McElheney, assistant principal, Jasper County Primary School, Jasper County School District, Monticello, Georgia, paddled 5 year old boy

    Georgia paddling video generates online buzz

    Georgia mother's video of school administrators apparently paddling her 5-year-old son has sparked social media discussion on the merits of corporal punishment. Shana Perez of Covington posted the video of the principal and assistant principal trying to spank the boy. She admits she gave permission for her son to be paddled, but asserted she did so to avoid going to jail. "If he gets suspended I am going to be arrested for truancy. If he misses another day, I am going to be arrested," Perez told CNN affiliate WSB of Atlanta. Perez was arrested recently because her son has missed ...


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    Pam Edge, Lynn Lynn McElheney, Jasper County Primary School, Jasper County School District, Monticello, Georgia
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    Paddling video sparks corporal punishment discussion

    A Georgia mother's video of school administrators apparently paddling her 5-year-old son has sparked social media discussion on the merits of corporal punishment. Shana Perez of Covington posted the video of the principal and assistant principal trying to spank the boy. She admits she gave permission for her son to be paddled, but asserted she did so to avoid going to jail. "If he gets suspended I am going to be arrested for truancy. If he misses another day, I am going to be arrested," Perez told CNN affiliate WSB of Atlanta. Perez was arrested recently because her son has ...


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    Paddling video sparks corporal punishment discussion

    Perez was arrested recently because her son has missed 18 days of ... A few said paddling by principals and teachers is OK, if the child deserves it. According to the Center for Effective Discipline, an advocacy group that wants to end paddling, 19 states ...


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    Paddling video sparks corporal punishment discussion

    Perez was arrested recently because her son has missed 18 days of ... A few said paddling by principals and teachers is OK, if the child deserves it. According to the Center for Effective Discipline, an advocacy group that wants to end paddling, 19 states ...


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    http://www.myhighplains.com/news/paddling-video-sparks-corporal-punishment-discussion
     
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    Mom Filmed School Principal Paddling Her Son, Says: 'I Couldn't Do Anything'

    A startling video shows a 5-year-old boy getting paddled by his school principal in front of his mom. Shana Marie Perez, who recorded the footage of her son's punishment, says she's had a long-running dispute with the school principal in Georgia. Her son has had 18 unexcused absences this school year and she was once arrested for his truancy. She says the school threatened to call the police and have her arrested again if she did not give them permission to paddle Thomas. She told IE: "I felt like I had no other option. The principal led me to believe ...


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