California Teacher Wants to 'Stab Some Kids' in Twitter Rant

Krista Arata Hodges was given a written reprimand by her school district after insulting students on Twitter.
1:17 | 08/29/14

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A slap on the wrist for California teacher who wrote nasty threatening tweets about her students. Kirsten Hodges teaches at Newark memorial high which is about fifteen miles north of San Jose. At the end of school in June she posted several tweet -- said quote I already want to -- kids is that bad. In another tweet quote if you don't like your history class and stop wasting my time and yours and go find somewhere else to be an uneducated twit. And in a third she even wished to students would get hit by a car. When the objectionable tweets were published by a local newspaper. Reaction was mixed. They are just saying how since I mean how as teachers need to grow up and how their image -- in everything -- she doesn't they don't know her that she was. Probably not saying that to. The -- at least threaten them but as to just and then teen. Hodges wasn't fired the school board gave her a written reprimand and she is back teaching. For her part Hodges did apologized saying she deeply regrets the tweets. And didn't think anyone would take her seriously. She also added she would never hurt a student.

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