When a student confides to her guidance counsellor that the high school principal has been sexually harassing her, the guidance counsellor attempts to have the principal fired. The student ... See full summary »
When a student confides to her guidance counsellor that the high school principal has been sexually harassing her, the guidance counsellor attempts to have the principal fired. The student recants her story and transfers to another school. Just when everything seems to be lost, the counsellor discovers the principal has a history of such activity. Can she prove the principals guilt before he does it again? Written by
Gilbert Blankenship <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I saw this movie. A Principal, who is suppose to be the school administrator, abuses his power by assaulting students. The Counselor knew the whole time, he was abusing students. The Police, School Board and Social workers wanted to forget the whole matter. It doesn't matter how high standing a person is. Wrong is wrong and right is right. Whether it's physical, sexually or verbally, it shouldn't be allowed. In Junior High, we had a very sadistic Coach. One day in P.E. class he came up grabbed the back of my neck and started squeezing it. When my Brother had him. He tackled my brother, to the ground and sat on his back. This Coach was a very heavy built person. My brother was puny and skinny. He abused the power of bullying kids. Finally he was removed from the school system. He was hard on the Athletes, if they lost a game, by making them do hard laps as punishment. He also loved paddling kids with his big paddle. This Principal shouldn't have come on to these kids, no matter what their income status was. He was a bad Principal. The very idea of abusing helpless kids. Lock him up and throw away the key.
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