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Married principal caught on student’s cell phone camera making out with secretary

A married school principal and his secretary were doing more than a little lesson planning during “recess”. They were busted by a student getting hot and steamy during school hours. And thanks to kids being tech savvy and having smartphones, 16-year-old Myranda Garber captured the intimate encounter and posted it online.

Myranda tells 3TV in Arizona, “At first we could only see their legs, but they were obviously doing something. I got my phone out to angle it to see their bodies.”

The video was posted on YouTube long enough for the secretary to get “expelled” and the principal, Stephen McClenning, to resign.

Parents are furious over the video and some have even pulled their kids out of The Scholars Academy in Quartzside, Ariz.

Concerned parent Tanda Bastin told the local TV station, “It’s a privilege to resign because if anything they should have been fired.”

And student Joseph Hager, 18, said, “Someone could say they are two adults doing their own thing, that’s their lives and I totally agree with that.

But it’s the choices they make on when to do and where to do it and appropriateness.”

The parents said the cheaters both have children with their respective spouses.

A representative for the Arizona State Board for Charter Schools told 3TV that the organization that holds the charter for The Scholars Academy handles disciplinary action for faculty members. Principal McClenning is the president of that organization.

What do you think about the midday make-out session? Should the cheating duo have been fired?


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