Tuesday, April 2, 2013
Girls claim Meadow Hall Elementary School teacher touched them inappropriately, The Washington Post reports.
Two more students have accused a teacher of sexually abusing them at Meadow Hall Elementary School in Rockville, The Washington Post reports. The students—both 11-year-old girls—claim fifth-grade teacher Timothy Krupica, 30, fondled them outside their clothes and forced them to touch him inappropriately, a police spokeswoman told The Post. Krupica surrendered voluntarily by reporting to the Rockville Police station Monday, The Post reports. Read The Washington Post’s account online, at washingtonpost.com. In February, Krupica was charged with sexually abusing a minor and related sex offenses, Patch reported. The charges stem from allegations of two other 11-year-old girls who claim they were forced to touch Krupica inappropriately while …
Thursday, February 21, 2013
Timothy Vincent Krupica, a fifth grade teacher at Meadow Hall Elementary School, has been charged with sex abuse.
Sex abuse charges were filed against a Rockville elementary school teacher, police reported Thursday, stemming from allegations that he molested two female students. Timothy Vincent Krupica, 30, of Frederick, MD, was arrested Thursday. He was charged with sexually abusing a minor and several sex-offense charges, according to court records accessed online. A bail review hearing was set for 1 p.m. Friday. Krupica is a fifth grade teacher at Meadow Hall Elementary School in Rockville, school officials confirmed. Krupica has worked at the school since 2009. Police said the reported abuse occurred between September 2012 and February 2013. Two 11-year-old girls claimed they were forced to touch the teacher inappropriately inside a classroom, …
Sunday, July 8, 2012
Meadow Hall Elementary School among furniture store's awardees.
Sunday, July 8, 2012
Bob's Discount Furniture presented seven Maryland schools each with a $1,000 donation check at Bob’s Rockville store on June 25. This donation is made possible through money collected in donation jars located in each Bob’s store cafe. The cafes offer complimentary gourmet coffee, ice cream, fresh baked cookies and candy. Bob’s Rockville store is located at the Montrose Crossing Shopping Center, 12011 Rockville Pike. “We value the community support we receive at all of our locations, and are thrilled to help enhance education and arts programs in Maryland and Virginia,” Cathy Poulin, public relations director for Bob’s Discount Furniture said in a news release. The following Rockville schools received $1,000 checks:
Thursday, October 20, 2011
Police say Jeremy Earle Brown II solicited undercover detectives online.
A special education teacher at Meadow Hall Elementary School in Rockville was arrested Tuesday in connection with sexually-oriented conversations he allegedly had with undercover police officers posing online as 14-year-old girls, county police announced Wednesday. Jeremy Earle Brown II, 28, of the 12900 block of Pinnacle Drive in Germantown, is charged with three counts of sexual solicitation of a minor and one count of possession of child pornography. Brown teaches kindergarten through fifth-grade students with autism at Meadow Hall Elementary, police said in a news release. Brown was hired on Nov. 2, 2006, said Dana Tofig, a spokesman with Montgomery County Public Schools. "The school system was informed of the investigation on Aug. 31…
Thursday, February 10, 2011
Officials: No reports of similar conduct by Burke while at the Rockville school.
Susan Lee Burke, the first-grade teacher charged with assaulting nine students at Greencastle Elementary School in Silver Spring, previously worked at Meadow Hall Elementary School, the principal of the Rockville school said in a letter to parents on Wednesday. Burke, of Laurel, posted $75,000 bail and was released from jail on Wednesday, a day after she was charged with nine counts of second-degree assault stemming from the alleged incidents involving Greencastle students. Burke taught kindergarten at Meadow Hall from 2001 to 2009, before requesting a voluntary transfer to Greencastle, county schools spokesman Dana Tofig said, confirming details first reported on Wednesday in The Washington Post. The transfer was at Burke's request and …