By the looks of the grammar and writing style, it could be a P.G. High student, possibly a junior.
Police investigators are looking into multiple written threats left in bathrooms and the girls locker room since March 1 at the Pacific Grove High School campus that allude to plans for a possible school shooting.
The first one, from a photo taken March 1 read: “Imma shoot up this school just wait on it … my shooter, he already got a plan.”
Violence Threats Found At P.G. High
“It’s better than just reading something from a textbook,”
You know, some dedication to the industrial arts just might make school interesting. I always liked pounding nails more than pounding in college prep.
For their practice round, students can print one object as long as it adheres to three rules: it has to be useful, school appropriate and small.
William Newsome, 13, printed a saxophone mouthpiece that he was able to use as soon as it was completed. After blowing out some notes, he said it felt better than his regular, hard-rubber mouthpiece.
Adrian Ayala, 14, was thinking about printing a small case. He had never seen a 3-D printer at work before.
“It’s better than just reading something from a textbook,” he said.
P.G. School Kids Discover 3-D Printing
Ottmar, who worked as a sports reporter for the Monterey Herald until 2008, began working for the high school that same year.
In the nine-page letter, district administrators describe misconduct that dates back to his early years at the school. The allegations say that he described his private life and sexual fantasies to students, that he left students unsupervised, that he allowed students to drive his children using his car, that he came to classes smelling of alcohol, that he allowed students to consume alcohol at his home, that he held inappropriate meetings with female students, that he displayed favoritism toward certain female students, and that he made inappropriate and sexually suggestive comments to female students.
Teacher Ken Ottmar Given 45 Day Notice
High school teacher in hiding accused of kinky behavior.
School officials say he made sexually suggestive comments to students, allowed teens to drink alcohol in his house, told kids about his sexual fantasies, and favored the pretty girls in class, but the P.G. High School teacher alleged to have done those things and more maintains none of it ever happened.
The district contends Ottmar told students that he’d had sex with his wife in his class room; that it was his fantasy for his wife and her best friend to have a lesbian relationship; that he visited strip clubs while in Las Vegas; and that he and others liked watching his “wife run track because she is sexy.”
Ottmar — who began working in PGUSD in 2008 after leaving his writing job at the Monterey County Herald — told one girl she had “nice wide thighs” and would “make a
good wife one day and have lots of babies,” and told another student she was a “BBW (big butt woman),” according to the district.“Sexually suggestive and flirtatious comments are highly inappropriate and have no place in the classroom,” the reprimand notice says.
Teacher Ken Ottmar Said WHAT?
It was agreed that it would be in the area called “The Dust Bowl” behind E wing.
And the then Dean Of Students favored it, believing that then (and now) Governor Brown would approve.
(Pacific Grove Tribune – 1/16/1975)
Debate Of The 70s – Smokers Area At P.G. High
Lots of taxes passed for ‘education’ and all I can see is parking lots and football stadiums.
In Pacific Grove, residents failed to pass Measure G, the Pacific Grove Unified School District-backed proposal that asked taxpayers to pay about $30 per every $100,000 of their assessed home value for tech devices and programs for the district’s schools.
But the measure, which had the support of the Monterey Peninsula Taxpayers Association, fell short of the 55 percent it needed to pass, receiving 2,030 Yes votes (51.51 percent) to 1,911 No votes (48.49 percent).
Backers had said the funds would have been collected for 20 years in a series of short-term, low-interest bonds and would generate about $27.8 million for the district to purchase computers, electronic tablets — such as iPads — update security cameras, and implement statewide technology requirements for testing and learning.
This Year’s School Tax Vote Fails
Aint there enough tax dollars going toward things that are not basic education? Parking lots, football stadiums, district offices and now give tablet computers to every student?
This is just another example of the kind of thinking that leads to an appalling waste of tax dollars like spending $6.8 million on a refurbished sports stadium. And now they want to buy iPads for every student? PGUSD does not need new iPads for every student. Oh, and by the way, what percent of students in the school district don’t already have iPads? Does the school district even know? Does it care?
The fact that this is how they are thinking of spending Measure G money demonstrates that they cannot be trusted to use your tax dollars wisely. It should be an easy call for every voter to reject Measure G.
Residents on the Monterey side of David Avenue support it . .
Measure G – Another School Tax To Refuse
This one is said to be for technology upgrades.
Do we not learn from stories about kids hacking school issued iPads and spending learning time watching twerking videos and clicking around on Facebook all day?
Taxpayers in the Pacific Grove Unified School District will be asked in November to pay for the technology — such as tablets for students and teachers — with a $28-million bond strictly designed for such uses. The money would be spent in intervals over time, such as every three to five years. The idea is to create a funding stream to replace worn or obsolete technology as needed.
Pacific Grove has about 2,000 students and would work with a local committee, with representatives from various groups, on how best to spend the money. The school system has various types of computers and would have to determine its technology needs.
28,000,000 divided by three years – 9,333,333. Divided amoungst 2,000 students = $4,666.00 per student.
Another School Tax To Vote On
Police were called to Pacific Grove High School on Tuesday morning after a group of anti-choice protestors who set up full-color, large-format photos of bloody fetuses and handed out leaflets on the Monterey Peninsula College campus intimidated P.G. High students outside that school.
According to an email sent to parents by PGHS Principal Matt Bell and obtained by the Weekly, a group of men gathered outside the school to hand out pamphlets as students were dropped off in the morning.
“These pamphlets were particularly disturbing and the manner in which the pamphlets were being distributed was very aggressive,” Bell writes in the email. “Mrs. Martinez came out as soon as she was made aware and called the PG Police.”
Anti Abortion Group Greets Students At P.G. High