Crime Hays CISD Substitute Teacher Arrested for Allegedly Assaulting Lehman High School Student - Bitch brought that student to pound town.

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A Hays CISD substitute teacher was arrested Friday after a video showing her allegedly fighting with a student surfaced online.

The video shows Tiffani Shadell Lankford, 32, approaching the 16-year-old sophomore girl and then punching the student in the face. The substitute then continues hitting the student as others look on in shock.


In an email to parents on Friday, Lehman High School Principal Karen Zuniga wrote:

Dear Lobos,

As a family, we share both the good news and bad news together. Today, I have to tell you about an incident that is disconcerting.

This afternoon, we fired one of our guest teachers for hitting and fighting with a student. Under no circumstance is that behavior tolerated at Lehman High School or in Hays CISD. Additionally, the former employee was arrested by the Hays County Sheriff’s Office and faces potential criminal charges. Her actions will also be reported to the Texas Education Agency.

We take the safety and security of our students seriously. We took swift action when this incident occurred and will do everything necessary to protect our students.”


In a second statement on Friday night, the district said that during the incident, classmates of the girl alerted other adults on campus and the substitute was immediately removed from the classroom and questioned by school resource officer law enforcement agents.

“Under no circumstance is that behavior tolerated at Lehman High School or in Hays CISD,” said Lehman Principal Karen Zuniga. “We take the safety and security of our students seriously. We took swift action when this incident occurred and will do everything necessary to protect our students.” In addition to firing the substitute teacher, the district will also report the incident to the Texas Education Agency and cooperate with law enforcement investigators.

According to Hays CISD, Lankford had worked for the district since Aug. 30, when she underwent orientation training. The district says her first job in the classroom was on Sept. 13 and worked in a classroom a total of 18 times.

On Friday night, the HCSO confirmed that Lankford was arrested and charged with aggravated assault. She is awaiting magistration in the morning.

Students recall the news of what happened spreading quickly around the school.

“I saw the video, and I started crying because it’s my teammate,” said Samara Valdez, who plays basketball with the victim.

HCSO says the victim’s father took her to a hospital for evaluation. HCSO says this is an ongoing case.

[Video of Attack Found in Article]

UPDATE: According to the family of the student she is special needs and according to the family's attorney the teacher allegedly has a history of domestic violence.

UPDATE2: Video showing the first few seconds thanks to @Detrogen finding it.

UPDATE3: A few bits more of information regarding domestic violence found by @break these cuffs. The OFP was eventually denied, though.

UPDATE4: @BlancoMailo provided a video archive.
 
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I saw the video earlier (no audio). The kid obviously struck first but the teacher has no right to put their hands on a student. The 13% strikes again.
I can see the girl's arm up in front of her and maybe she's pushing the substitute's arm away right as the video cuts in, but I don't see anything where the student hit the teacher.
 

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Apparently the girl assaulted was special needs and the substitute teacher apparently has a history of domestic violence.


The attorney of a student allegedly attacked by a substitute teacher at Lehman High School in Kyle released a statement on Saturday, saying the family is "shocked in disgusted" by the incident.

"We are shocked and disgusted after seeing the abuse and excessive force used in this teacher's attempt to discipline a special needs child," said attorney Paul Batrice on behalf of the student's family. "There is no excuse for this type of behavior. Given this teacher’s alleged criminal history of domestic violence and the video footage that has shaken our community, we have started an investigation into this teacher and Hays CISD in the hopes of ensuring justice for this family and so that no Texas student ever endures such extreme behavior again."

The attorney and the student's father say that she has a 504 Education Plan with the district (special needs) and suffers from seizures.

Batrice said the student is being treated for severe injuries after the attack, with family and loved ones close by.

"All parents, myself included, should be deeply disturbed by the facts surrounding this attack," said Batrice. "When we drop our children off at school, we expect that teachers and administrators will keep them safe, not place them in a violent environment. This is unacceptable to say the least, and we demand justice to the fullest extent of the law in order to enact the change so obviously necessary."

Tiffani Lankford mugshot

Tiffani Lankford mugshot
Hays County Jail
Tiffani Shadell Lankford, 32, was arrested on-site after the incident and charged with aggravated assault, a second-degree felony.​


Video of the fight emerged on social media on Friday, and showed a teacher punching a student multiple times, pulling her from her desk and stomping on her head. Another video also showed the student striking the teacher as she was grasping her in her seat.

Officials said the victim was released to her father, who then took her to a local hospital. Meanwhile, Lankford was transported to the Hays County Jail.

Records show she bonded out on Saturday.

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott weighed in on the incident on Twitter on Friday night.


According to Hays CISD, Lankford attended her teacher orientation on Aug. 30, 2019. Her first job with the district was on Sept. 13. Friday was her 18th time working for the district. All substitutes in the district are required to undergo and pass fingerprint criminal background checks in order to work in the classroom.

Lankford has a domestic violence charge from 2014 out of Baltimore.

“We are appalled at the actions of this former employee,” said Tim Savoy, chief communication officer for Hays CISD. “There is absolutely no excuse or circumstance that can justify what you see unfold on the video. It is unconscionable what this adult did to one of our students.”
 

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Did she have training? That wasn't your average "black girl swinging their arms wildly". If I didn't read the article, I would have thought that was a dude. Then she literally throws the girl over the desk onto her head, and ended with a boot stomp. I noticed light color skin on the kid. Was she white or Latina? I really want to see that all escalated and the aftermath.
 

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Did she have training? That wasn't your average "black girl swinging their arms wildly". If I didn't read the article, I would have thought that was a dude. Then she literally throws the girl over the desk onto her head, and ended with a boot stomp. I noticed light color skin on the kid. Was she white or Latina? I really want to see that all escalated and the aftermath.
Kid is probably White Hispanic at best. As for the teacher she has a domestic violence charge out of Baltimore so I guess she got her training there.

I saw the video earlier (no audio). The kid obviously struck first but the teacher has no right to put their hands on a student. The 13% strikes again.
I still haven't found the video showing the kid hitting the teacher first, but if you have it on hand I'll link to it in the OP. Still, I agree that you don't touch the kid. You call up security to escort them to the principal or you report them yourself, better the kid gets a charge than you.
 

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I still haven't found the video showing the kid hitting the teacher first, but if you have it on hand I'll link to it in the OP. Still, I agree that you don't touch the kid. You call up security to escort them to the principal or you report them yourself, better the kid gets a charge than you.
Or get a tard wrangler considering that the kid has special needs.
 

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I just saw the video prior. It looks like the sub is trying to hold the girl down, and the girl smacked her in the face. But, they have the girls face unblurred and I had to double check the article and misread when they said "her". That girl looks like a dude too. I feel bad for her, but since we live in a world were we call guys "her" because that's what he wants, I don't know what to believe.
 

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Apparently the girl assaulted was special needs and the substitute teacher apparently has a history of domestic violence.


The attorney of a student allegedly attacked by a substitute teacher at Lehman High School in Kyle released a statement on Saturday, saying the family is "shocked in disgusted" by the incident.

"We are shocked and disgusted after seeing the abuse and excessive force used in this teacher's attempt to discipline a special needs child," said attorney Paul Batrice on behalf of the student's family. "There is no excuse for this type of behavior. Given this teacher’s alleged criminal history of domestic violence and the video footage that has shaken our community, we have started an investigation into this teacher and Hays CISD in the hopes of ensuring justice for this family and so that no Texas student ever endures such extreme behavior again."

The attorney and the student's father say that she has a 504 Education Plan with the district (special needs) and suffers from seizures.

Batrice said the student is being treated for severe injuries after the attack, with family and loved ones close by.

"All parents, myself included, should be deeply disturbed by the facts surrounding this attack," said Batrice. "When we drop our children off at school, we expect that teachers and administrators will keep them safe, not place them in a violent environment. This is unacceptable to say the least, and we demand justice to the fullest extent of the law in order to enact the change so obviously necessary."

Tiffani Lankford mugshot

Tiffani Lankford mugshot
Hays County Jail
Tiffani Shadell Lankford, 32, was arrested on-site after the incident and charged with aggravated assault, a second-degree felony.​


Video of the fight emerged on social media on Friday, and showed a teacher punching a student multiple times, pulling her from her desk and stomping on her head. Another video also showed the student striking the teacher as she was grasping her in her seat.

Officials said the victim was released to her father, who then took her to a local hospital. Meanwhile, Lankford was transported to the Hays County Jail.

Records show she bonded out on Saturday.

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott weighed in on the incident on Twitter on Friday night.


According to Hays CISD, Lankford attended her teacher orientation on Aug. 30, 2019. Her first job with the district was on Sept. 13. Friday was her 18th time working for the district. All substitutes in the district are required to undergo and pass fingerprint criminal background checks in order to work in the classroom.

Lankford has a domestic violence charge from 2014 out of Baltimore.

“We are appalled at the actions of this former employee,” said Tim Savoy, chief communication officer for Hays CISD. “There is absolutely no excuse or circumstance that can justify what you see unfold on the video. It is unconscionable what this adult did to one of our students.”
ok then fuck this ghetto whore
 
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