Hermann Band Director Sends Sexy Emails to Students

Hermann, Missouri’s high school band director is having a rough week after being accused of sending “sexually explicit” emails to a student. Something about blowing his woodwind we’re guessing. Among the charges against 31-year-old Joshua James are furnishing pornography to a minor and “using a child in a sexual performance”. The alleged contact took place between James and a 16-year-old female student in the Gasconade County school district, and reportedly involved illicit photos. [Read More]

Never Let Your Kid Do High School Band If the Director is Rocking a Chinstrap

A former band Director for the Alton school district has been sentenced to six years in the joint for having, what KMOV is calling an “affair” with a 16-year-old student. According to the Madison County State Attorney’s officer, 36-year-old Matthew Lang has to serve 85% of his sentence. He must also register as a sex offender. Police say Lang had sex with the student more than once during school hours. [Read More]

Banned T-Shirt Means Big Business For Shop

You may have recently heard that Sedalia’s School District is run by spineless morons, well stories that stupid tend to grow legs on the internet and according to The Riverfront Times, the little T-Shirt Shop that created the shirt is now overrun with orders for the banned nerd-art. Last week one of the owners of the shop told the RFT’s sister paper in Kansas City that the T-shirts have sold like hot cakes thanks to the online popularity of the ban. [Read More]

Sedalia, Missouri’s School District is Run By Spineless Morons

If you graduated from Sedalia, Missouri’s school district, you are probably a moron. I’m just playing the odds here. Why? Well because apparently this wacky thing called science and specifically evolution isn’t cool enough to even be mentioned on a freaking t-shirt, let alone taught! T-shirts promoting the Smith-Cotton High School band’s fall program have been recalled because of concerns about the shirt’s evolution theme. The light gray shirts feature an image of a monkey progressing through various stages of evolution until eventually becoming a human. [Read More]