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Woodruff High employee from Greenville charged over alleged sexual relations with student

Liv Osby, losby@greenvillenews.comPublished 12:05 p.m. ET Feb. 1, 2018 | Updated 12:29 p.m. ET Feb. 1, 2018
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A Woodruff High School employee from Greenville has been charged with sexual battery after admitting to have a sexual relationship with a student, the Spartanburg County Sheriff's Office reports.

Just before the Christmas holidays, the school notified a resource officer about a rumor that the employee, DeAndre Reshaud Presley of 2 Greenwood Ave., Greenville, might be having an inappropriate relationship with a student, who is 18, said Sheriff's Office Lt. Kevin Bobo.

Presley, 28, a career development facilitator, initially denied the allegation, but resigned his position, and returned after the holiday break to confess to the principal that he had in fact been engaging in a sexual relationship with a student, Bobo said.

A special victims unit investigator identified and interviewed the victim and her mother, and then consulted with the Solicitor’s Office, who advised the investigator of the most appropriate charge, he said.

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A career development facilitator? Is this really what our tax money to support the school system goes to? Wonder what his major was? Independent studies, football 101, crap degree?
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If I might. My mom was a career vocational educator teaching typing, shorthand, etc. Then later in her career she became a school to work coordinator.

I think it’s the same thing as what is described for his position. Many kids aren’t going or don’t want to go to college. They want to be a plumber, carpenter, and so on. So as school to work coordinator my mom went out through chamber and other type meetings networked with area businesses and manufacturers. Starting in the 9th grade she worked kids into “shadow” positions that turned into “internships” their senior year and jobs after graduation.

Her best story was a young man that did very well on his internship with Golden State Foods (McDonalds distribution). Golden State offered him a job just before graduation starting at $18 an hour and benifits to be a forklift operator that loads the semis properly for distribution. When she told the young man of an offer he openly wept and told her no one in his family had ever made that much money.

Whether this guy was that good at his job who knows. But that’s what those slots are meant for. And if you hire right it can be huge for the children coming through the school system and for the local economy/business community.

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I think the difference is a school district was trying to open up a paid slot for an asst. coach and got burned when they employed this dude. We also recruited him, looks like we dodged a bullet.
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