Law enforcement officials say a white elementary school teacher who resigned this month was obsessed with one of her 11-year-old students, encrypting her phone number on the girl’s math homework, exchanging thousands of text messages with her and even talking of running away with her.
Twenty-eight-year-old Geraldine Alcorn was arraigned Wednesday on charges of child luring, corruption of minors and attempting to interfere with custody of the child. She was jailed after being unable to post $100,000 bond.
The local media reported that the 11-year-old student’s mother said 2,400 text messages were exchanged between her child and the Beechwood Elementary School teacher over a two week span.
According to cops, the texts expressed “deep love” between the teacher, identified as Geraldine Alcorn, and the student. The pair talked about the scallywag adopting the 11-year-old, texting that they would be “on the run” for a while.
Cops said after the girl’s mother discovered the messages on her iPod, she found handwritten letters in her daughter’s school binder labeled “Things Ms. Alcorn and I can do,” “What we can do” and “When we can do it.”
Pittsburgh Public Schools officials say staff “were made aware of concerns that a teacher had developed an improper attachment” with the student and was suspended. The blond bitch resigned March 2.
Cops don’t believe the ratchet blond’s attraction to the girl was sexual, but say she continued to leave gifts and letters for the girl at school, even after resigning.
Frank DeMarco, whose daughter also had this blond savage as a teacher, said the 29-year-old was well-liked and would play “Trivia Crack,” a popular smartphone app, with her students.