Creative Tutors of Allen-Lovejoy
Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli recently wrote in an opinion that students' cell phones and laptops can be seized and searched if reasonable suspicion of violations are suspected. Wait...what? What violations? How have they been defined? What reasonable suspicion? When did school officials receive law enforcement training to even know what reasonable suspicion is? And when did young people lose protection against unlawful search and seizure under the 4th Amendment?
Cherrie Leggett Kilby graduated from Southwestern University with a BS in Education and has taught in elementary and middle school for over twenty years in the U.S., Taiwan, and Japan. In addition she has taught English as a Second Language in China. Cherrie pursued a Master's degree in Education with reading as her area of specialty. She continues to teach special needs students at the elementary level and also teaches reading at the local community college. Cherrie was a tutor for Creative Tutors when it was first founded and loved working with the families she met. She wanted to continue to make a difference and started working as an area manager in 2005.
"Start by doing what's necessary, then what's possible, and suddenly you are doing the impossible." | Francis of Assisi