Two Young Teachers Facing Charges For Misconduct With Students – Parents Speak Out

Georgia School Daily Report July 09,2024

Parents say that for some time the behavior of Railey Greeson and Brooklyn Shuler – two Georgia teachers arrested on accusations they had sex with three students from their small-town high school – raised eyebrows.

Audrey Decker, whose stepdaughter is a student at the school, said: “I’m not trying to stereotype, but you could look at them and tell they were trouble. They just seemed boy-crazy. And everyone in the school knew it and joked about it.”

A different parent repeated a similar sentiment saying “Ugh, they were flirts. You should have seen them with any attractive parents who came to the school. They would flirt with any of the dads. You know: laughing too loud, getting too close, that type of thing,” continued the mom.

Greeson and Shuler have been friends for many years. Greeson served as Shuler’s maid of honor at her wedding in Tunnel Hill, Georgia on November 12, 2022 — months after the alleged relationship with a student had started. Greeson referred to Shuler as her “best friend” and her “ride or die.” 

A year later, Shuler stood next to Greeson in October 2023 as she married.

Shuler has apparently split from her husband, who is seemingly in a new relationship based on his social-media activity. According to all of Greeson’s social media, she has not left her husband.

A grand jury indictment found that the two teachers worked for the same school district and are believed to have slept with male high schoolers from October 2021 through January 2022

According to court records, Greeson is accused of having sex with two different male students on or between October 29 and January 3, allegedly via submission by the same student against each other.

Shuler faces a charge accusing her of sexual misconduct involving another male youth during that time frame in January. Each has been charged with sexual contact by an employee or agent in the first degree.

While the indictment does not specify how old those students were, charges indicate they could have been 16 or older. The indictment suggests the women “reasonably should have known” that boys were enrolled in the school district, but does not allege they had direct contact with them as educators.

Calhoun City Schools has not responded to a request for comment by The Post. The two women were arrested and booked at the Gordon County Jail before being released on bond.

Greeson and Shuler each could receive 25 years in prison or a $100,000 fine if convicted.

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