Or at least a very creepy resident of our favorite planning nirvanna:
PORTLAND, Ore. (Reuters) - The Oregon teachers' board reprimanded a
high school football coach for licking the bleeding wounds of student
athletes, school officials said on Friday.
The Oregon Teacher Standards and Practices Commission placed Scott
Reed, 34, on two years of probation and ordered the coach, who is also
a science teacher to attend a class on the risks of blood-borne
Last summer, Reed gave students at Central Linn High School near
Eugene, Oregon, 100 miles south of Portland, a pep talk about a coach
who had licked and healed players' wounds so that they could rejoin the
game. After the talk, he bent down and licked a cut on a track
athlete's knee, the commission said.
The head of the commission, Vickie Chamberlain, said the board felt a
public reprimand was necessary "because we were very concerned about
Reed did not return calls seeking comment.
Complaints filed against Reed also cited other risky behavior, such as
licking blood from wounds on a football player's arm and a high school
student's hand. Parents said if Reed had had an open wound in his
mouth, the licking could have spread an infection such as HIV or
Hepatitis B and C.