http://philadelphia.cbslocal.com/2012/04/19/south-jersey-substitute-teacher-dismissed-after-telling-second-grader-she-was-too-sexy-for-class/Henry Wilson’s 7-year-old daughter Cadence was wearing what you might see any second grader wear to school — a top with matching leggings. So when her teacher allegedly called her “too sexy for gym class,” Wilson was outraged. “She’s just a normal little 7-year-old girl who likes to dress pretty, not sexy,” Wilson says.
Wilson picked his daughter up from Charles Spragg Elementary School on Monday when she told him her substitute gym teacher, 40-year-old Marco Inskip, had called her a “bad name.”
“Two other little girls who heard it had to tell the teacher because my daughter didn’t even feel comfortable saying ‘sexy,’” Wilson explains.
Wilson also says his daughter didn’t even realize there were sexual undertones to what was said; she was upset about the language used.
The school’s superintendent says that when confronted, Inskip said he called the girl “cute,” then denied the accusations. But other students verified Cadence’s story.
Superintendent John Gilly III says that Inskip was immediately dismissed.
http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/abc-blog...GVzdAM-;_ylv=3Marco Inskip, a substitute physical education teacher at Charles L. Spragg Elementary School in Egg Harbor City, N.J., allegedly told a second grade student Monday that she was "too sexy" to take gym, according to John Gilly, Superintendent of the Egg Harbor City School District. The girl's father, Henry Wilson, has since filed a harassment complaint with the Egg Harbor City police.
The girl told teachers in the cafeteria after the incident that Inskip had made an inappropriate comment. When describing the comment at first, she was too embarrassed to say the word "sexy," Gilly said.
"She was upset when it happened," Wilson said. "She took it as a regular bad word. She didn't know if there was any context behind it. She was just upset that she was cursed out so to speak by a teacher."
The second grader was wearing school-appropriate clothing and has never had issues in school before, Wilson said.
"She's just a regular seven-year-old little girl," Wilson said.
When initially questioned, Inskip denied saying the student was "too sexy," Gilly said. He said he simply called her "cute." Inskip is now suspended from the district's substitute teaching list, Gilly said.