And if they don’t, they aren’t a Houstonian and therefore you shouldn’t date them because as stated earlier, they’re probably moving soon. So going back to someone’s place is as easy as choosing whose is the shorter ride.In fact, your first kinda real fight was over who was the better parallel parker. Don’t worry -- this won’t be a conflict of interest until you move in together. You may have a bit of Peter Pan syndrome on your hands. The floating beer pong was cool when she could tan, but don’t be surprised if your Monday hangovers aren’t as cute come September.
HOUSTON – The Stovall Middle School teacher who got pregnant by her eighth-grade student was sentenced to 10 years in prison Friday.
Judge Mc Spadden told Alexandria Vera this case will serve as an example to deter other teachers from crossing inappropriate boundaries.“We want our teachers to educate our children, to keep their hands off our children, to prepare them for the future," Judge Mc Spadden said.
“It’s good she went to jail,” said Carena Valesquez. teacher get 10 years in jail for having sex with an 8th grader and other teachers walk away with probation?
“Because you don’t do that with a student.”“Children must grow free, and never be abused,” said parent Nicholas Torres. "A teacher who is convicted of sexually assaulting a student in one county can get probation while in another jurisdiction they get five or six years,” said Abbott.
Vera was 24-years-old when she got pregnant by her 13-year-old student during a sexual relationship that lasted nine months.
Vera was initially charged with continuous sex abuse of a child and later pleaded guilty to a lesser charge of aggravated sex assault of a child.
Apparently pornographic pictures of the victim and Vera were found on her cell phone, and she had allowed other students to have sex in her home.
Lawson’s testimony also revealed Vera and the victim’s father pretended they were in a relationship with each other to try to cover up the teacher/student relationship.
And by it, we mean your doomed relationship if you went to opposing schools. Meaning you won’t find any “missed connections” on the light rail.