In a whole new meaning to “you’ve got mail,” the entire student body at Dr. Henry A. Wise Jr. High School in Prince George’s County, Maryland, got a shocking surprise when they received an email “inadvertently” sent out by an unnamed math teacher that contained seven sexually explicit thumbnails.
(Video Credit: WUSA9)
The high school quickly issued an apology on Friday for the incident, according to Fox News. The math teacher was immediately escorted off school grounds after the email was accidentally sent out, according to WUSA9.
The teacher apparently was trying to send out a logo for the Young Pharoah’s Mentoring Academy and mistakenly attached the photos.
Parents are very upset over the incident and it is sure to be brought up at the next school board meeting. They refuse to be interviewed by the media evidently because the situation is embarrassing. But WUSA9 is reporting that they are demanding answers as to how this happened.
One school employee reportedly said, “This is a sad situation.” They also said it was a “catastrophe” but then stated that he was a good teacher and it was an accident.
Inadvertently….that’s the same word the Dems use when they F up….
— A.Celentano (@celentano_anita) January 14, 2023
Principal Taryn Washington sent a letter to students’ families after the email went out telling them about the incident and claiming it was an accident. School administrators tried to retract the email but alas, it was already everywhere and seen by many students who went on to share the pictures with others. It’s unclear exactly what was depicted in the lewd photos but they are not being shown due to content.
“I am asking that all students, as responsible online citizens, not share the photos by email, social media outlets, or other avenues,” Washington stated, obviously knowing that the request would pretty much be ignored.
“Inadvertently”? In this day and age? Too stupid to use email and should lose teaching certificate for life.
— Kevin Leib (@KevinLeib) January 14, 2023
The pictures immediately started circulating among students and they quickly gained a life of their own.
In the letter, the principal noted that “appropriate steps have been taken regarding the employee,” but didn’t provide further details on disciplinary actions or whether the teacher is still employed at the school. Parents are being asked to speak with the students about the photos.
A school employee sent out email with explicit photos to ALL students at @wisehspumas
Students are being asked to NOT SHARE the photos, but we are seeing chatter on social media that it’s TOO LATE. @wusa9 pic.twitter.com/DAmFNmiZEW
— Rafael Sánchez-Cruz (@rafasanchezcruz) January 13, 2023
The teacher’s identity is being withheld currently.
The letter stressed that a mental health clinician and professional school counselors were available for any students seeking support.
Such incompetence. High school students are going to seek professional help for seeing sexually explicit photos?
“The letter stated that a mental health clinician and professional school counselors were available for any students seeking support.”
— David M (@gason65) January 14, 2023
“We sincerely regret this incident,” Washington apologized in the letter.
According to Fox 5 DC, the Prince George’s County Police Department is no longer investigating the incident and has no plans to file charges.
— Jerry Curlan (@WorkforLife3) January 14, 2023
However, there will reportedly be an internal investigation by the Prince George’s County Public Schools system.
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