Upper Marlboro, Md. (Reform Sasscer) – A Prince George’s county judge released Vivian Noirie, 36 on her own recognizance Monday based on conditions that she stays away from minors other than her own children and from the location of the incident. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for Dec. 19.
Noirie, who had been behind bars without Bond since Friday appeared worried during the afternoon hearing at the Prince George’s County court house.
Noirie went berserk and attacked the student who bumped into her in a classroom, setting off a “horrific” fight that was captured on video, police and school officials said.
Vivian Noirie, 36, was arrested Friday after the assault at Largo High School on an unidentified 17-year-old student, who appeared to knock into the teacher from behind in the middle of the packed classroom, according to footage obtained by the press.
Prince George’s County police said the student was upset that Noirie had contacted her parents the night before and confronted her, stepping on the teacher’s foot before bumping into her with her shoulder. That caused Noirie to erupt, sending the educator into a frenzy as she repeatedly hits the student from behind, video shows.
Noirie then violently throws the teen to the floor before kicking the girl several times, leading other students to break up the melee, according to the footage.
Once separated, the unidentified teen grabbed Noirie from the rear and repeatedly hit her again several times before the scuffle was broken up a second time by the school security, police said.
Noirie was charged with child abuse and second-degree assault in the incident. Detectives are also pursuing charges against the student, police said.
Prince George’s County Public Schools CEO Monica Goldson said the teacher, in her mid-30s, began working for the school system in November 2018. The student is a 17-year-old senior. Monica Goldson, CEO of Prince George’s County Public Schools who is engaged in public corruption with Dr. Charlene Dukes and others , told the press she was “extremely disappointed by the horrific actions” in the footage.
“It’s important to know that we have set high expectations and standards for our staff and students, and what you saw in that video does not represent the hard work that 10,000 teachers do every day,” Goldson said.
However, Goldson has failed to disclose that, she has been facilitating public corruption which is currently running amok in Prince George’s County. During the recent union meeting with PGCEA, Goldson failed to address the issues presented to her and stated she had less than 30 minutes for a meeting with them. Theresa Dudley who is in bed with corrupt regime took most of the time without going into specifics against the rules.
Neither Noirie nor the student required medical attention after the fight, police said.
The disturbing brawl took place one week after a high school teacher in Texas was caught on camera viciously attacking a special-needs student at Lehman High School in Kyle.
Tiffani Shadell Lankford, 32, was charged with aggravated assault in the Nov. 8 attack, which has left the teen too terrified to return to the classroom, according to a report.
Lankford, who was charged after footage of the assault went viral, can be seen punching the teen before pulling her away from a desk and stomping on her head like Jerry Springer show.
If convicted, she faces up to 20 years in prison.
In the meantime, ever since Dr. Monica Goldson was appointed CEO, there is widespread interference of Federal and State laws to suit her illegal agenda. The unions Executives currently in Prince George’s County Public Schools (PGCPS) starting with Prince George’s County Education Association (PGCEA), Association of Supervisory and Administrative School Personnel (ASASP) and ACE-AFSCME Local 2250 have been compromised. This interference might be having an impact on teachers, students and other staff in Prince George’s County.
In other words, the role of the Unions in Prince George’s County has become meaningless due to personal greed, as reported earlier. It’s a timely reminder that in Monica Goldson’s vision, public service is an amorphous concept. What matters, from the CEO’s perspective, is service to her. Loyalty to the county, state, nation and the rule of law are nice ideas, but CEO Monica Goldson expects and demands fealty to her and her own interests – above all other considerations. The entire school district is a very hostile work environment due to all cover ups going on. Many teachers and administrators are gearing for mass transfers in addition to taking legal actions to protect themselves due the effect of the corrupt unions.
Furthermore, the union corruption which is well known in this county and facilitated by senior administrators such as President Charlene Dukes of Prince George’s County Community college and others connected to her is not helping with matters. In addition, of course, corrupt union officials, whether or not connected to organized crime figures, engage in “ordinary” organizational corruption, such as misappropriation of funds. The most distinctive form of corruption by union officials is taking employers’ bribes to ignore violations of the collective bargaining contract as happens in PGCPS in many cases, or even to allow employer to operate nonunion. This must end ASAP and the racist management of Maryland State Education Association (MSEA) must be reformed to include minorities in Maryland.
Many Schools in the Prince George’s County and around the country are dangerous places now due to mass shootings, gang fights, teachers fighting students, students fighting teachers, sexual assaults, public corruptions advanced by connected friends of lawmakers and judges and more. Things have changed greatly from the days that many baby boomers sat in school rooms. This is clearly very sad. We have to get back to civility, respect, calmness, and valuing the lives of others. Let’s let schools be cathedrals of learning. Educate to elevate! Read to lead! Learn to earn! God please provide safety for all at the schools!
It starts at home and teachers are supposed to be educators and not parents or baby sitters to young people who are completely out of control at home and in school who threaten to kill them like what we saw at Largo. Modern day parenting produced the millennials and post millennials, many of whom are now in the classrooms. For baby boomers and Generation X, parents have become pals with their children so there is no boundary for fear of losing a relationship with pal who just happens to also be your son or daughter. We are not at all surprised as to what happens in a classroom anymore, according to concerned parents in Prince George’s County.