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Andover High School Teacher Writes Demeaning Letter To Students Telling Them He’s Ashamed Of Them For Being Conservative, Superintendent And Principal Supported Him

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Turtleboy, 

Great job reporting on andover hockey coach story.

Below is a Facebook post from a teacher at AHS informing his FB friends about a letter he sent to his students the day after the election of President Trump using Google classroom. His accusations of Trump supporters harassing other students turned out to be a lie. I filed a bullying complaint against the teacher with the school that was never investigated. I filed a complaint with the state (DESE), got corrective actions against the school district for noncompliance but still no finding of bullying by the teacher. He has not been held accountable for his blatant bullying and shaming of conservative students and their families. Berman actually used this very incident in his monthly q & a blog in a national publication for superintendents but of course edited it to suit him. It gives a little insight into what kind of person Berman is. 

Some of us in Andover know a lot of dirt on him that unfortunately never sticks, I think he is highly corrupt. I’m a parent would prefer to remain anonymous for now, fear of retaliation. 

I cannot believe what I just read. I cannot believe a teacher in charge of molding young minds was allowed to write this letter to students and then post it on Facebook. It’s inappropriate, insulting, and unprofessional. Hillary Clinton won Andover by almost a 2 to 1 margin, which means that the 33% of his students who come from families who voted for Trump, were belittled and insulted by this man who their parents pay to teach them.

Let’s review some of the highlights……

“My dear students”

Translation – my dear students whose parents did not vote for the guy who won the election. 

I awoke to the news.  At 43-years-old, I find that I am so naïve. I thought good would prevail.  No.  

Right away, one candidate is good, and the other is evil. 

As a white male, I know that I lead a privileged life.  No one will threaten to send me away. Tell me I am not welcome.  Take my rights away.  Say I cannot marry someone.  Yet, when I stared at the computer screen I felt genuine fear. I have never experienced this kind of feeling before, again, a privilege of the white race. When I walked into the school, I could not keep my head up, and did not know how to address any of you.  The naïve 43-year-old had more to learn as the day progressed.  

Be more dramatic. You can’t. You don’t “feel fear.” The only people who are i danger of being “sent away” are those who are here illegally without documentation. In reality President Obama was nicknamed “the deporter in chief” because his administration deported more people than any other president. To act like you’re all of a sudden afraid of mass deportations is baseless and disingenuous. 

It’s also blatantly false to suggest that Trump wants to tell people who they can and cannot marry, since unlike Hillary Clinton, he has always supported gay marriage.  

There were well-meaning students who joked “we are all going to die and go to hell!”  Though I understood that this was a coping device, it also reminded me that many students still do not understand the magnitude of this election.  This is not funny.  

Actually, it is funny. It’s funny to laugh at the idea people who treated an election like armageddon. Humor is also subjective, so what is funny to some may not be funny to others. 

I listened to the morning announcements, and heard students giggle and make jokes in reference to “Black Lives Matter.”  Then a member of the Diversity Club offered support after school for anyone who needed a place to feel safe.  I was struck by the sharp contrast of this person’s voice compared to the insensitive student who spoke first.

Trump supporting student – bad. Non-Trump supporting student seeking safe space – good. 

The recitation of the pledge of allegiance.  I could not look at the flag today.  I left the room to breathe fresh air.  I did not find any.

He walked out of the room during the pledge of allegiance to protest the results of a democratic election that he assumed his candidate would win. This man is in charge of teaching children. Frightening. 

I saw a “brute” mentality emerge throughout the day.  Students with “Make America Great Again” hats mocking people of color, LGTB and female students.  The “N” word had been used throughout the day.  Their candidate won, and they still found it necessary to use that word.  I expected the hatred to rise if their candidate lost, but he won, and they still said it with conviction.  With joy.  In 2016.

This is just a blatant, undocumented lie. A lie he is making up about children, labeling them as racists for using the n word, solely because their candidate won. What kind of terrible person makes up lies like this about children, and then sends the email out to all of his students?

Students of all backgrounds, in tears, were told to suck it up. Conservative adults, finally voicing their relief over the win, told students that this is not worth the trouble.  I received a well-meaning email reminding me to remain neutral. That there are students of conservative families who should feel safe, too.  As an educator it is my duty to not speak.

Then, I went to the Diversity Club meeting and saw the impact this decision had on our young women of color:  fear.  Young people concerned that their parents will be sent away.  That they will be sent away. Why should these students feel afraid?

They should be allowed to feel however they want to feel. It’s your job as the adult to tell them that these fears are unfounded. It’s over a year later, and your almost entirely white school has not had a single student deported. 

Why am I being told to specifically look out for the bullies and not these girls?  Why am I not told to look out for those who are truly impacted by our nation’s decision to go backwards?  

So now all Trump supporting students are “bullies.”

At that meeting, it struck me that for the first time all day, I felt included.  These girls took me in, and I felt comforted.  

You’re a grown man who needed to be comforted by children in a safe space. Bow your head in shame. You are a disgrace to your profession. 

Now, it is my turn to stay up all night.  It is one in the morning.  I thought I should share with you my thoughts on this subject.  I have this to say:

When I was seven-years-old, in 1980, I voted for Democratic candidate Walter Mondale in our Elementary School Election.  

The candidates in 1980 were Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan. You’re not good at lying Eric. 

However, I truly learned that I lived a privileged life when I went to Salem State College.  I sat in a room on the fourth floor of the library where the African-American Studies classes met, watching the OJ Simpson verdict.  The entire room erupted in cheers, and I did not understand what was going on.  A young man explained this reaction to me, about the number of times white people got away with this kind of behavior, that white people needed to understand what is really going on in Los Angeles, and in the rest of the United States.  My eyes were staring to open to the larger world.

This guy has interacted with about five black people his entire sheltered life, and now he’s an expert on race relations because he talked to a guy after the OJ verdict. Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman had to die in order to take one for the team, in the name of racial justice of course. 

I’m not even going to get into the whole “Antoinette” story, because quite frankly it sounds made up and it’s just redundant SJW nonsense. I don’t believe any of it, he’s got no proof any of it happened, and he uses it as the basis to prove that racism is rampant in modern day society. 

When I became a teacher 20 years ago, I fought these things in the classroom.  I stood up for the rights of women, for the well-being of gays and lesbians, even when it was not fashionable.  I left my church.  I spoke up for African-Americans, always to mixed results.  I never felt I did any group of people justice. I just knew I had to speak.

Someone get this man a cookie. He really wants you to pat him on the head and reassure you that he is one of the “good ones.”

I realized early, though, that it was not helpful to be divisive or get too worked up, especially when it came to politics. When George W. Bush went head to head against Al Gore, I kept my mouth shut.  I facilitated conversations, made my feelings known, but kept specifics in check.  When Bush won, I certainly mentioned my concern about Florida, and that votes were compromised, but I offered no sour grapes.

That’s actually the definition of sour grapes. 

This time, politics is not the issue.  There are no issues.  We had two symbolic choices. The racist, misogynist, islamaphobic, homophobic, egocentric, who wants to deport people, assault women and build a wall…and the woman from the establishment.  In other words, there was no choice.  The choice was obvious.  And we got it wrong.

This guy teaches kids???!!! There were no issues? Yea, except for trade policies, tax reform, what to do with the 15-20 million undocumented immigrants already living here, abortion, judicial review, healthcare, foreign affairs, etc. Besides all those things there were no issues. It was just pure racist evil, against Hillary Clinton. “There was no choice.” According to this teacher choosing the Republican nominee for President was not an option anyone could reasonably choose. 

I could not, and will not remain silent.  If you supported this man, then you are on the wrong side of history.

Because judging history while it’s taking place is an effective way to evaluate a presidency. 

I know you have reasons, and I have heard them all:  emails, crooked, liar, emotional, Benghazi, Obamacare, Isis, jobs, indictment, and countless others. None of these reasons are real.  These are excuses.

Huh?

If you backed the president-elect then you aligned yourself with someone who is racist, misogynistic, islamaphobic, homophobic, egocentric, who wants to deport people, assault women and build a wall.  

Yup, that’s it. I voted for Trump because I’m pro-assaulting women, and so are all his students who did the same. 

That choice says something about you.  

There it is kids. You’re a piece of shit if you made this choice. This is your teacher telling you this. 

The fact that you overlook the aforementioned list for the emails, etc., is your privilege. That does not absolve you of wrong doing.  If these words hurt, then you are free to see me and have a dialogue, but I am not going to, yet again, see it from your side.  

He’s not going to “see it from your side.” This is a healthy thing for a teacher to tell his students who disagree with his political opinions. 

You are hurting other people.  I understand that you are too naïve to know any better.  

Be more condescending. You can’t. 

That you, too, feel hurt. But that doesn’t make you right.  It is time to open your eyes. I am ashamed of you.  

I am ashamed of you. 

A teacher wrote those words to 1/3 of the students he teaches. This is mind boggling that he would still be allowed to be in front of a classroom. What a lowlife degenerate. 

I tired of making excuses for you.  I am tired of trying to see it from your angle.  Too many lives are at stake.  Black lives matter.  Gay lives matter.  Muslim lives matter. Transgender lives matter.  Women’s lives matter.  Yes, I can hear you, now: “White lives matter!  All lives matter.”  We know white lives matter.  And, I have a close friend in the military.  And, I have family members who are police officers. Their lives matter. Of course, their lives matter.  We already know that.  We live it everyday.  You must understand that the lives of non-white straight males are always put first.  The “other” lives matter…TOO.  

Translation – he doesn’t have time to “see it from your angle” because your support for the President is directly responsible for the deaths of black people, Muslims, gays, transgenders, and women. 

We cannot give up.  We cannot project Armageddon.

That’s exactly what you are doing – projecting Armageddon.

This email is the most disgusting thing I have ever read. And this is coming from a guy who is a vocal critic of President Trump. And I would do the same to any teacher who said the same things about President Obama. No student in that class is free to express their opinions so long as this Nazi is at the head of the class. They can try, they’ll just be graded down and can’t get a letter of recommendation.

Principal Conrad, who suspended coach Kucher, told concerned parents that Mr. Pellerinn used “artistic license” when he degraded his students like that. This same parent has told us they can produce the emails from Conrad in which he admits that Pellerin’s accusations about kids using the n word were made up. “Artistic license” apparently means, “make shit up as you go along, and crap on children who come from conservative families.”

As the concerned parent pointed out to us, Superintendent Berman runs a Q&A blog for superintendents in which he pitches hypothetical situations and asks how others would respond to it. He pitched this exact same scenario recently:

 

Scenario: In the days after the 2016 presidential election, a high school teacher considered well-respected and highly effective feels desperate about the outcome. He sees increasing reports of students harassing others and making racial slurs. He posts a lengthy letter for his students to read that says in part: “If you backed the president-elect, you aligned yourself with someone who is racist, misogynistic, Islamophobic, homophobic, egocentric. … That choice says something about you.” Several parents complain to the principal and aim bitter attacks at the teacher. How should the administration respond?

Here’s what he claimed he would have done:

Shelley Berman:
Probably more than any election in recent history, the 2016 presidential campaign was extraordinarily contentious, antagonistic and emotionally disturbing, provoked not only by the candidates and their campaign staffs but also by Russian interference and the actions of extremist groups that sought to further inflame and divide the country.

In this kind of environment, teachers must remain respectful of differing viewpoints, create a climate of thoughtful dialogue, and engage students in an examination of factual evidence. One thing they should not do is enlist students in their own political perspective or attack students for their political opinions. We are not here to teach students what to think, but how to think critically.  Therefore, it is essential that we are aware of and careful about imposing our own biases.

Although this teacher has a First Amendment right to his opinion of the president-elect, he is accountable to his students and to the school community for maintaining both the integrity of his position and his composure. Above all, he has a professional obligation to create an emotionally safe environment for his students. He clearly violated that expectation by attacking his students for their opinions and labeling them as prejudiced toward others.

However, this teacher’s concern about harassment and racial slurs is a worthy issue to address. There is no place in our schools for racism, anti-Semitism, prejudice against Muslims, bigotry, bullying, discrimination against LGBTQ individuals, hatred or violence. It is not the responsibility of only the administrators to make it unequivocally clear to students and the community that expressions of these sentiments by word or deed are not acceptable; it is the collective responsibility of the faculty. Educators should take a stand for the values of justice, respect, tolerance and acceptance of difference.  One of the essential ways to communicate those values is to model them. In this case, despite his concern about harassment and racial slurs, the teacher undermined his stature and his instructional leadership by criticizing and labeling his students for their political preference.

The administration needs to respond immediately by meeting with the teacher. Given the teacher’s positive reputation, he may be able to address the situation by writing a letter of apology to students and their families and by demonstrating his understanding of how he had violated their trust. Still, he has compromised the confidence and respect that students and families have in his instructional abilities and it may take time to rebuild that confidence. In addition, a letter of reprimand to his file would provide documentation to deter any future occurrence. However, if the teacher remains adamant in his position, the administration needs to consider more significant disciplinary consequences.

But administration did not meet with the teacher and ask him to write a letter of apology to students. Instead he was applauded by his coworkers and his post was shared and liked too many times to count. 

He basically did the same thing he did when a student died under his care in Louisville – played both sides of the fence.

Now compare this to what the coach did who is currently suspended. A man who did nothing wrong. They immediately got rid of him without any evidence because one parent made up a lie about his kid not getting water. Meanwhile this teacher has free reign to shit all over children and tell them that he won’t see things from their viewpoints because they are all racist.

What is going on at Andover High School? What an absolute disgrace to public education.

Here’s Eric Pellerin’s contact information if you’d like to share your thoughts with him in a respectful manner:

[email protected]

And once again here is Shelley’s contact info:

[email protected]

(978) 247-7000

 

73 Comment(s)
  • Roger B
    February 1, 2018 at 12:01 am

    Pellerin is a gay jew. He doesn’t have to worry about “white privilege” or “be ashamed” of anyone. He can book a flight to Instantrael, the gayest , jewiest country in the world. Then USA won’t have to hear his whining anymore

  • John
    January 31, 2018 at 9:14 am

    What a town full of pussies…

  • mary
    January 30, 2018 at 11:01 pm

    Clearly nobody in the comments has ever met this man. I have he is one of the best teachers in the entire school and lets students voice their opinions no matter if he agrees or disagrees. He is a normal person who cares deeply about who gets to run our world. For those who are offended, take a look around at all the trump supporters saying the same thing but about Hillary and Bernie and disapprove hardly on others for it. No trump supporters call that out. Mr Pellerin is stating what is on his mind, he has the freedom of speech, and he is saying what a lot of people in this school have said and in our country. If you are so offended a teacher has the opinion of a lot of others and feels the need to share it like others do, then you are looking for a teacher with no emotion, passion, or care for the world. He is the nicest person I have ever met and I know he is open arms to ANY student that comes to him, so for all of those who come and comment mean things about him, you clearly have never met this incredible person.

  • juror seven esq.
    January 30, 2018 at 1:41 pm

    Real question. Could Eric be related to Adam Pellerin that works for NESN? Kind of looks alike. Just to be safe Adam, change your last name if Eric won’t.

  • High Plain Road Hero
    January 30, 2018 at 9:57 am

    If any ancient Andover townies are out there, this buffoon kind of reminds me of Old Nellie. For the other 99.999% of you, Old Nellie was this post-hippie history teacher at AHS in the 1980s who preached the Howard Zinn flavor of American history as if it were settled science, trying to get us 1980s Reagan kids woke.

    He was an utter knucklehead, had zero control over the classroom, and his class was always a zoo. Rather than get us to understand that there were unsavory elements of American history to go along with the good, his clownish ranting and utter disdain for anyone who wasn’t a lefty or presented a cogent but opposite argument taught us that ideologues of any flavor are robotic buttwipes to be ignored.

    But here’s the good thing: Nellie challenged us, even in his retarded lesbian seagull way. We were allowed to be made uncomfortable in class, and we benefitted from it. We grew stronger by hearing ideas that conflicted with our world view…what we’d been taught was the gospel truth until then.

    Kids these days aren’t going to get that benefit of iron sharpening iron, especially in privileged enclaves like Andover, where money and leverage can make absolutely all of the unpleasant dirtiness of everyday life disappear, especially for precious little Biff and Ashley.

    Fuck this guy, fuck this supe. Both should be terminated immediately. And while you’re at it, get Coach Maglio to kick both of their asses. Pellerin likes drama and the Smiths so much…he could write a great mopey song / play about getting a healthy beat down.

  • Rich
    January 30, 2018 at 9:48 am

    Liberalism is a mental disorder.

  • They call me Ponch
    January 30, 2018 at 9:21 am

    It really IS an illness.

    Imagine going through life like that.

  • Rick Shaw
    January 30, 2018 at 9:12 am

    Opening paragraph of the Professional Conduct Policy on the Andover Schools System’s web site: Andover teachers and staff are expected to model professional behavior that reflects a
    commitment to the values and responsibilities of being an educator and a professional. Such
    values include respect for all, regardless of differences, tolerance for differing opinions, civility
    in the face of conflict, and adherence to professional standards of communication.

  • Independent
    January 30, 2018 at 7:56 am

    This fucking idiot is mentally incapable of being put in charge of shaping and teaching young minds. How are parents in Andover not livid and raising hell after reading that sob story? Unreal!

  • Linda
    January 30, 2018 at 7:49 am

    He’s a slob… hopefully he takes the tide pod challenge.

  • Linda
    January 30, 2018 at 7:46 am

    He’s a slob…hopefully he takes the tide pod challenge.

  • Ha
    January 30, 2018 at 6:20 am

    Never fails me to see how easily turtleboy gets upset. You push your shitty articles on people. Yet, this teacher can’t push his shitty agenda

    • Hugh Jass
      January 30, 2018 at 8:15 am

      Yes, but DeDe Delgado and her SJWs exposed TB as the eunuch that he is. No one takes TB seriously except for a couple of buck-toothed troglodytes from the Worcester burbs. And we all use AdBlockers to block his crappy adverts. His FB biz plan was sunk by DeDe. He poked the bear and he got overwhelmed by real people.

      • JoeMomma
        January 31, 2018 at 6:55 am

        Yet here you are every single day…..

        Admit it, you just want to be part of a winner.

  • Itsjustme
    January 30, 2018 at 12:31 am

    I just have to say two things about this that I thought about while reading this.

    1. Today, I, a white, middle class woman, who dresses well, works for the department of state (I wouldn’t mention this but I had my badge around my neck.) I knew exactly what I wanted as I have purchased the same item several times, Bluetooth headphones, when they release a new model.
    They arent far from the register so within a minute I spent $129 on the headphones, and another $30 on the warranty. Less than a minute it took me to spend $160 and be on my way.
    I wasnt paying attention as I was looking in the bag with my one item, and all of a sudden I was stopped by not one, but two black men from security that wanted to look at my receipt and even search my Best Buy bag. One of the men I even said “hello” to as I entered the store, as he was standing by the door.
    So it doesn’t just happen to people of color. Do I think these men stopped me because I was white and the were black? No. Did I raise hell yelling it was racist and discrimination? No. I showed them what they asked for and was on my way in 10 seconds.

    2. Google Kevin Ives, Don Henry and the Clinton’s and you will find out all you need to know about the Clinton’s. Better yet listen to the podcast ‘The boys on the tracks’ by ‘True Crime Garage’ it is fascinating and tells you how corrupt they were way back when Bill was governor of Arkansas. Just that case alone describes 18 deaths if I remember correctly they’re responsible for.
    There is several books and podcast about it but I think True crime garage has done one of the better, in depth look at this “unsolved” case.

    • Hughbo Mont
      January 30, 2018 at 1:45 pm

      Almost 25% for an extended warranty? LOL! P.T. Barnum was right….

      • Itsjustme
        January 30, 2018 at 6:23 pm

        Yeah I know but I can’t really complain. I’ve had several pairs of Bluetooth headphones and have only paid for the first pair, every other time when a new version came out I returned them using the warranty and got a new pair. It just so happens I let the warranty expire this time around.

  • We were on a break
    January 29, 2018 at 10:17 pm

    I bet you this guy takes two hours every morning to get that 1990’s Ross Geller look

    • Diddley Do!
      January 30, 2018 at 5:59 am

      looks like a bit like Jared Fogle of Subway fame, got thin on shredded lettuce and bread sandwiches with middle-school and high-school diddling on the side.

  • pro trump
    January 29, 2018 at 9:25 pm

    newsflash to this libtard trump won. hating niggers is now mainstream deal with it.

  • Steven Stover
    January 29, 2018 at 8:11 pm

    I read the letter and know I voted for the right candidate. I would be ashamed to be aligned with this cry baby. Think this cry baby ever taught anything about The Great Society and hundreds of years of Democrat racism which continues today in the ghettos. The new plantation which has kept minorities down. Hey Andover kids. Goggle The Great Society and learn. Then armed with facts confront this clown about who are the true racists.

  • Ralph
    January 29, 2018 at 8:10 pm

    Berman is a snake oil salesman … why does a guy only last a few years in each position?

  • Jack Straw from Wichita
    January 29, 2018 at 7:46 pm

    My first reaction after reading this guy’s letter to his students was “What a pussy!” I mean, seriously he’s so bad that Trump might have grabbed him by mistake. What a pathetic excuse for a man. TB should commission a DNA test to confirm that he has a Y chromosome in his body. To quote Drill Sargent Hartman, I think he got cheated.

    • Gunnery Sergeant Hartman
      January 31, 2018 at 3:50 pm

      That’s “Senior Drill Instructor, Gunnery Sergeant Hartman” to you, Maggot. “Sir” will be just fine too.

      Do you understand?
      Sound off like you’ve got a pair!

  • Hugh Jass
    January 29, 2018 at 7:45 pm

    Trump, like TB, is a eunuch scared of his own shadow. DeDe laughs as she recites the ease with which she exposed TB as a poseur. I have a big belly laugh, too — and considering I’m over 350 lbs it’s quite a laugh.

    • Hugh Jass
      January 29, 2018 at 10:04 pm

      Fake. I’m barely 325

    • Gina
      January 30, 2018 at 9:11 pm

      Hugh Jassol should be your name

  • PTA pervert teacher association
    January 29, 2018 at 6:52 pm

    “Developed Graphic Novel Project based on Beowulf” Let me guess, the viking warriors are all raped by a monster that wears granny glasses.

  • Battle of Lexington and Concord
    January 29, 2018 at 6:50 pm

    When he wrote “I have a close friend who is in the military “ it reminded me of Moore’s wife explaining that her husband can’t be racist because “one of our lawyers is a Jew”.

  • 3 Chainz
    January 29, 2018 at 6:37 pm

    Andover in itself is a shithole next door to Lawrence. BUT it is home of the oldest private prep School in America (Phillips Academy). I’m pretty sure G.W. Busch went to high school there and it’s big time ‘skulls’ and ‘Illuminati’ shit there going on there.

    • Rick Shaw
      January 30, 2018 at 8:51 am

      Who is G.W. Busch? Is he the guy that ran Anheuser Busch when it was an American Company? I also hear there was animal sacrifices happening at Phillips. They also just started a snuff film department.

  • NAMBLA stands with Eric "dipshit Pellerin
    January 29, 2018 at 6:30 pm

    Tortoise shell grandma glasses nice touch. He should live in fear that the neighborhood 12 year olds might kick his ass take his money and try to drive his prius.

    This diddler looking metro-sexual shouldn’t wait any longer get the operation, take the hormones, put on that leopard print dress and try to hide his Adams apple. My-bad, no need to take hormones after reading his queef journal sounds like he’s bursting with estrogen already. I’m a naive 43 year old….. Whaaaa Whaaaa! This fuckwad is a teacher?? He is flake and nutjob, fire this kook before he starts handing out heroin and dildos in class.

  • Donald John Trummp
    January 29, 2018 at 6:17 pm

    So sad! Tried very hard to be Lyin’ Eric’s friend but he never says nice things about me! Very pathetic to see Eric, who I’ve called the stupidest man in Andover, saying this stuff. You know what would be nice? If, when these teachers are disrespecting the presidency, someone said, “Get that son of a b**** out of the school! He’s fired, he’s done.” I can tell you, whoever says that, they don’t know it, but that person will be the most popular person in Andover!

  • Nostrodumbass
    January 29, 2018 at 6:03 pm

    I do not see a job as the school hockey coach or a WEEI radio host in his near future.

  • Walter Cronkite
    January 29, 2018 at 5:58 pm

    As I see it, Trump is kicking some serious swamp ass. No room for the corrupt when you bring in an outsider. America desperately needed a non-politician. Next up, main stream media.

  • Between the Riv and the Bed
    January 29, 2018 at 5:56 pm

    I just became a teacher in this state, and people like this already are making my life miserable. It is completely unconscionable to demean any child. I may may have issues with some kids on a respect front, (which is becoming a terrible epidemic), but even the asshole kids I still help when they need it. 

    I have no political affiliation and keep it that way in school, like all teachers should. Teach at Westfield state if you want to shit on people. It makes me ashamed to be a teacher and makes my life 10x harder with parents who think I am indoctrinating their children. Fuck this panty waste. 

    I take pride in teaching kids, not demeaning kids for who their parents voted for, and it is getting out of hand.

    • Finn
      January 29, 2018 at 6:46 pm

      Well Hello there Between. *winks shyly* maybe you can come over and help me with my math homework?
      We could add some music..
      Subtract our clothes…
      Divide your legs…
      And Multiply!

      The real
      Finn Shady 🙂 🙂

      • Between the Riv and the Bed
        January 29, 2018 at 9:04 pm

        You bring the moscato and I will bring the Simon and Garfunkel and we can see what our multiplicand and multiplier equal out to…Absolute magic. 

        Finn let me show you what real math is…?

        Reply 1 for yes or 2 for no.

        • Finn
          January 29, 2018 at 9:45 pm

          3 mon cherrie!

          • Finn
            January 29, 2018 at 9:51 pm

            Nice try.

            Finn

  • Hugh Jass
    January 29, 2018 at 5:40 pm

    My grrl DeDe craps bigger’n that eunuch TB. He ran scared from her…

  • juror seven esq.
    January 29, 2018 at 5:37 pm

    I’ll go out on a limb and guess that Mr. Pellerin is gay. So much “drama” in his writing. Take on for the team, marry a lesbian. Not just any lesbian, but an illegal one that just happens to be a minority.

  • Cap’n Mike
    January 29, 2018 at 5:33 pm

    I wonder why he left his time in the US Military off of his resume…I can’t even keep a straight face while I type that.

    But some of his friends are in the Military.

  • Screw PC
    January 29, 2018 at 5:18 pm

    Fucking fag-hag soccer moms want to stuff Eric Pellerin in their twats. No wonder their kids grow up to suck cocks.

  • Johnny Rocket
    January 29, 2018 at 5:17 pm

    Edit above comment due to fat thumbs.

    Safest part. And schools and colleges.

    Constant lies and hypocrisy.

  • Johnny Rocket
    January 29, 2018 at 5:12 pm

    The safest part about all of this is thats chills and colleges are filled with people JUST LIKE THIS and have been for decades. My kids have had to deal with these types of teachers only to be shouted down for their audacity in challenging their common lies and hypocrisy. It’s all being exposed right now. And we have Trump to thank.

  • Ray Ban
    January 29, 2018 at 5:03 pm

    Just in case anyone questioned his sexuality he bought himself those glasses to leave no doubts.

  • Serena Williams Cock
    January 29, 2018 at 4:51 pm

    Well he obviously hates white Trump supporters but how does he feel about us niggers who voted for Trump?

  • If Trump voters were outnumbered 2 to 1
    January 29, 2018 at 4:41 pm

    wait for it….. wait for it…. Trump supporters were the minority in this town

  • Could not pay me to live in Andover
    January 29, 2018 at 4:40 pm

    Mr. Pellerin should teach in Lawrence, Lowell or Lynn for a school year. Please, someone send him to one of those cities. He’s got quite the big mouth for someone who surrounds himself with 99% white people.

    I feel sorry for the students that are held hostage by these types of teachers for 45 minutes, 5 days a week. No one should have to sit and listen to that bullsh!t.

    I just can’t believe what I just read and that it was sent to kids and nothing was done about it.

    • JoeMomma
      January 29, 2018 at 7:54 pm

      I would have loved to be in his class. I would tell him he is full of it every chance I could. Even way back in high school I did not give 2 fucks about your feelings.

  • January 29, 2018 at 4:33 pm

    I agree with this teacher 100%!

  • Autistic Turtle
    January 29, 2018 at 4:31 pm

    I am bordering on home schooling my future children. No way am I going to tolerate fuckwads like this queef even having a shred of influence on my children.

    • Autistic Turtle
      January 29, 2018 at 4:57 pm

      If only I can find an autistic girl who can count the fuck out of a box of toothpicks to marry me!

      • The Real Autistic Turtle
        January 29, 2018 at 6:50 pm

        Pretty sure autistic people can count very well ya prick that’s why they spend every waking moment counting stuff!

        • Autistic Turtle
          January 29, 2018 at 7:20 pm

          Nice try imposter but can you scream, smack yourself silly and drive in a railroad spike during a fit with you forehead? Don’t think so.

          • The Autistic Turtle LP
            January 29, 2018 at 8:00 pm

            No, because I’m autistic, not an idiot

    • Acoustic Turtle
      January 29, 2018 at 9:02 pm

      Counting classes all day every day.

  • Reason
    January 29, 2018 at 4:30 pm

    What the hell do they do at Diversity Club meetings?

    • Autistic Turtle
      January 29, 2018 at 4:33 pm

      they keep the pulp and paper industries in business with all of the crying and use of tissues

  • Troubled Nostrils
    January 29, 2018 at 4:27 pm

    He has the whitest teeth many have undoubtably come across.

  • White Liberal Guilt
    January 29, 2018 at 4:17 pm

    If this teacher believes in white privilege then let’s see him hand in his resignation tomorrow so a person of color can have his job.

  • Trey Long
    January 29, 2018 at 4:08 pm

    As Einstein said, “Genius has its limits, stupidity is bottomless. ”
    This certainly applies to this imbecilic teacher who was sick the day they taught history. He makes Neville Chamberlain look like a determined freedom fighter.

  • Mediocrity
    January 29, 2018 at 4:06 pm

    Unfortunately, the public schools in Massachusetts are FULL of teachers & administration just like the extremist in your article. We had our fair share of problems with some extreme left teachers in our school. We always taught to be respectful, not retaliate and be evasive. Eventually switched schools because of their pernicious nastiness. Some schools are just worse than others – and they get away with it.

    • Mirror Mirror
      January 29, 2018 at 10:41 pm

      Thank a lib.

      This virtue signaling toadie is the rule, not the exception in MA public schools. But the lemmings keep voting for the Democrats that promote and support this BS.

      We get what we deserve – by the time the libs understand what they’ve been wishing for it will be too late for all of us thinking people.

  • TJB
    January 29, 2018 at 4:05 pm

    What does his wife think about all this….” I stood up for the rights of women, for the well-being of gays and lesbians, even when it was not fashionable.”….oh right. Nevermind. He’s a pickle sniffer.

  • Strata
    January 29, 2018 at 4:05 pm

    You should thank him, it’s arrogant disingenuous people like him that MAKE people want to vote for Trump. Or vote against the status quo (same thing) …….. why were the polls wrong???? Because people didn’t say their true feelings of who they would vote for because DB’s like this teacher belittle and bully those that don’t think like him.

    • Ball Stompin' Ed
      January 29, 2018 at 6:38 pm

      Political correctness has also pushed even borderline “extremist” viewpoints to the underground as well.

      I’m pretty sure most Trump supporters are perfectly normal people but had to be in the closet about it because of people like this guy who label anyone who disagrees as a Nazi or some shit.

  • Uncle Randy
    January 29, 2018 at 4:04 pm

    This guy has decades’ worth of butthurt built up inside of him.

  • Hugh Jass
    January 29, 2018 at 3:59 pm

    I like him!

    • Hugh Jass
      January 29, 2018 at 5:42 pm

      Smooches, fake HJ! Imitation is …

  • Ralph
    January 29, 2018 at 3:50 pm

    Andover High School – What an absolute disgrace to public education.

    Shelley has some skeletons in his closet from his Hudson tenure …..

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