Ontario Woman Suspended From Job After Telling Teen: “Lick Me Where I Fart”



Meet Jennifer Elizabeth Green-Johnson. The Ontario College of Teachers has officially suspended the English instructor of grades 10 through 12 without pay due to her telling a teenage student: “Why don’t you lick me where I fart?”

It’s the second suspension for Green-Johnson from the Dunville Secondary school this year. She was out for a month back in January due to complaints dating from 2011, wherein she saw one boy jump on another while playing and said, “So you like it from behind!”

Additional complaints about Green-Johnson’s professionalism during the 2015–16 school year alone include informing an underage female that she “looks like a frumpy old lady,” and referring to another class member as a “bloody pedophile.”

The litany of eminently quotable citations as listed by the disciplinary board continues from there:

• While screening a film that showcased nudity, Green-Johnson “made a comment to the effect that you could not see the actor’s penis without a microscope.”

• In response to someone bringing coffee to class, Green-Johnson said, “Get that f–king thing out of here”

• To address the need for brevity during intellectual arguments, she made clear:“It’s debate, not masturbate!”

• After a student offered her muffins, Green-Johnson said, “I’d be able to s–t for a week ’cause of all that fiber!”

• Speaking bluntly, the veteran educator claimed: “I have never said this to a student before, but f–k you.”

• On the topic of motherhood, Green-Johnson proclaimed that her students“would be looking at my daughter’s ass!”

• In addition to threats that she would “bop” students and saying she’d been“raped” to her assembled class, the College of Teachers concluded, “On more than one occasion, (Green-Johnson) used the words ‘stupid’, ‘idiots’, ‘bitching’, and/or ‘ass’. ”

While she’s suspended, Green-Johnson has been mandated to take classes in sensitivity training: “The Committee finds that the courses of instruction regarding appropriate boundaries with students and appropriate classroom management will assist in the rehabilitation of (Green-Johnson). The coursework will remind (her) of her obligations as a teacher and will help her to make better decisions in her future interactions with students.”