Guilty! Mark John San Nicolas Taisipic, Sinajana, Guam (arrested Dec 2014)

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  1. News Readers

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    Mark John San Nicolas Taisipic, 46, special education teacher (formerly 5th-grade teacher) at Carlos L. Taitano Elementary School, Guam Department of Education, Sinajana, Guam, "allegedly sexually molesting a 5th grade student"

    Special Ed Teacher Arrested for Sexual Molestation of Minor

    Mark John San Nicolas Taisipic was charged with second degree criminal sexual conduct as a first degree felony. The magistrate's report does not specify whether or not the girl was a special education student or even if she was Taisipic's student ... A magistrate’s report says the case was forwarded to GPD from a school resource officer who took the complaint from the victim who’s now in high school. The victim told the school resource officer that when she was in the 5th grade, Mark John Taisipic, whom she says she was close to, had sexually molested her inside of a classroom. The girl says she didn’t report the crime right away because she was afraid. But the girl told authorities that she was encouraged recently to report the incident after a sexual harassment lecture during health class brought back memories of what happened.

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    Mark John San Nicolas Taisipic, Carlos L. Taitano Elementary School, Guam Department of Education, Sinajana, Guam
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  2. TMP

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    Student accuses DOE staffer of sexual harassment on campus

    She was only in elementary school when she alleges she was touched by a man on campus. According to court documents, a health class lecture on sexual harassment prompted the alleged victim to report Mark John S.N. Taisipic for an incident that occurred in School Year 2008-2009. The girl alleges Taisipic and her were alone in a dark classroom. She says she was stacking papers on a table when he hugged and allegedly rubbed her hip area before touching her privates.
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    Man wants DOE job back after plea

    A former Guam Department of Education employee arrested on second-degree criminal sexual misconduct charges, and who later pleaded guilty to misdemeanors, has challenged his termination from the department based on a rule violation. The issue stems back to December 2014, when Mark John San Nicolas Taisipic, a teacher at the time, was arrested on allegations that he violated a student during the 2008-2009 school year. According to the final adverse action, Taisipic was temporarily assigned to the facilities and maintenance division at GDOE before being dismissed in February 2015. “I am now informed that you are a person who is ...

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