A known dog killer has taught puppetry, lantern making, and other arts and crafts to children attending Place des arts in Coquitlam, BC in the past and may be teaching your child this spring break.
But parents don’t know if a killer is teaching their children because Place des arts has left off the name of the instructor for these classes, but included the name of the instructor for all the other classes during spring break.
Parents should always know who is teaching their children, and in instances where a facility such as Place des arts doesn’t list who the instructor is – for one reason or another – parents should phone the facility and get the name of the instructor or instructors.
Some festivals or community centers offering activities for children don’t show who is teaching their children. Vancouver, Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, Haney, Maple Ridge, New Westminster, Burnaby, Richmond, Surrey, Langley, Whistler and other areas often hold activities for children during spring break. As a precaution, parents should phone and ask who the instructor is and then check the Internet for any information which could be of interest to a parent.
Just last year B.C. Corrections issued a public notification after a pet-killer, described by a judge as a “psychopathic and narcissistic … sexual sadist,” was released from jail with plans to live in Vancouver.
The City of Vancouver hired a Hells Angel without too much – if any – background check. Would you want your child taught by someone without a background check of any kind?
Here is the link to the letter my lawyer wrote after she checked the facts about Liz Summerfield killing my dog during our divorce, during the time she refused numerous court orders to turn over bank records of what she had done with all the money she removed from our joint accounts.
I just feel that, as a public service to parents, they have the right to know something about the people who are teaching their children, and I suggest parents Google the names of anyone teaching or instructing their children as a precaution.
Parents, check who is teaching your children. Don’t enroll your child without feeling absolutely safe and satisfied with your choice of instructor(s).