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  • Thursday, October 30, 2008

     

    Metro Talk: El Modena High School teacher arrested

    Metro TALK ______________
    A community service of Orange Net News /O/N/N/

    El Modena High School music teacher arrested on sex charge

    The Orange County Register broke the story the Orange police acting on a complaint arrested El Modena High School music teacher Carlie Attebury for sexual misconduct with a male student. The Orange Police learned about the complaint on October 10, 2008 and interviewed Attebury about the matter and arrested her on October 13, 2008. Attebury was released after posting a $50,000 bail. Orange Unified has placed her on administrative leave.

    Attebury, an Orange resident and relatively new teacher at El Modena H.S., earned her Preliminary Single Subject Teaching Credential in music in December 2003. Her current Clear Teaching Credential was not set to expire until 2012. If charged and convicted, Attebury will loose her credential. Attebury taught the AP Music Theory class and directed the high school band.

    The Attebury case is just the latest in a string of staff scandals related to sexual misconduct at El Modena H.S. The high school was also ground zero in the legal battle Colin vs Orange Unified that confirmed the El Modena Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA) club’s right to meet at the high school under the 1984 federal Equal Access Act.

    The story of the Attebury case quickly spread across the web on blogs and news sites.

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    ELECTION DAY LINES
    With expectations of heavy turnout on Election Day the Orange County Registrar of Voters is issuing a warning to voters of the potential for lines for the November 4, 2008 Presidential Election. The OC Registrar of Voters has received a record number of voter registrations prior to the Presidential Election. There are well over 100,000 more registered voters than there were for the General Election of 2004.

    The high number of registered voters, a long ballot and high level of interest in the election will potentially produce lines at many polling places. In addition, voters need to be aware that parking will be limited at some polling places.
    The best chance to avoid lines is by voting mid-day if possible. The busiest times for polling places are in the morning and after work. The OC Registrar of Voters has increased the number of voting systems being deployed to poll sites and are allocated equipment based on what is anticipated to be a historical turnout.

    For additional information on planning ahead from the OC Registrar of Voters
    CLICK ON: VOTE



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