Sexual Assault Victim Advocates staff to meet with teachers at Loveland school where instructor arrested
By Coloradoan staff • January 27, 2011
Mountain View High School will host a session for its employees with staff from Sexual Assault Victims Advocates on Friday, Thompson School District officials announced today.
MVHS students will be released early Friday and school staff will work in small groups with SAVA, the district said in a press release.
"It's a session that will be based on helping the staff work through the issues that have been created with this arrest," Thompson School District spokesman Wes Fothergill said.
Courtney Bowles, a 31-year-old instructional coach at MVHS, was arrested Jan. 21 on suspicion of sexual assault on a child after Loveland police found her in a car with a 16-year-old boy at North Lake Park that evening.
Fothergill said additional counseling services were put in place this week for students who may have concerns about the alleged sexual assault.
“Our hope is to increase awareness and understanding about how a situation like this impacts staff and students," said Charlie Elkins, assistant director of Student Support Services for the district in the press release.
This is interesting as the ones who did the most abuse to my children during my divorce, were Kate McNamara, Lori Lund, Brook Brethauer, from the the recommended list of therapists with DHS . However, we have such stellar employees at DHS in Larimer County they took all the false statements as gospel and repeated it over and over. The ones who caused the most abuse to my children do not hang out on playgrounds at schools, nor were they surfing the internet, they were not coming up to children with enticements of ice cream or candy. No the people that abused my children roamed the halls of the offices of DHS, and the courts of Larimer County. One of the most notable was Randal Lacoco, who decided that payment for his services without doing his job was more important than the truth. The other was Magistrate Joshstad, who decided to ignore the decisions made in prior rulings by the courts. This list would not be complete without the mention of Elliot Phelps, and Larry Abrahamson. Mr. Phelps investigated my claim to false/fabricated statements by DHS Supervisor Angela Mead and Larimer County Attorney Linda Connors. Both Larry Abrahamson and Elliot Phelps feel that use lies is appropriate in child abuse cases I guess. As statements from both Angela Mead and Linda Connors are still being used in child abuse cases. I guess that shows the integrity of those who are working in the DA's Office. I think it is good to give training to teachers, to bad this training is not being given to DHS, Larimer County Attorneys, and District Attorneys, and Judges. Well maybe someday.