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Thursday, December 1, 2011

Public High Schhol Teacher starred in porno movies

BOSTON (FOX 25 / - Kevin Hogan is an English teacher and crew coach at a top-rated Massachusetts public high school, but he brings some unusual experience to the job: until recently, he was starring in pornographic movies.

Hogan has worked at the Mystic Valley Regional Charter School in Malden since September. In addition to his coaching and teaching duties, he also chairs the high school’s English department.

But he can also be found on the Internet and in adult entertainment stores under his screen name: Hytch Cawke.

His movie credits include “Fetish World” and “Just Gone Gay 8,” and FOX Undercover found his third movie, whose title is not fit to reveal in a family news outlet, in a local adult store. It features him answering an ad to have sex for money.

“Hi, I’m Hytch and I just answered the ad and now I’m here to see what it’s like to be with a guy,” he says to the camera.

But Hogan wasn’t so talkative when FOX Undercover’s camera was on him.
“Wanted to talk to you about your film career. You starred in some pretty interesting movies,” FOX Undercover reporter Mike Beaudet asked him last week.

“I don't know what you're talking about,” Hogan said.

“Does the school know that you're a porn star?” Beaudet asked.

“I don't know what you're talking about,” Hogan said.

“Do your students know that you've been in these movies? Come on. This is you. You know what I'm talking about,” Beaudet said.

“I don't know what you're talking about,” Hogan repeated.

“Do you really think it's appropriate to be working with kids?” Beaudet asked.

“I don't know what you're talking about. Happy Thanksgiving,” Hogan replied.

Now Hogan will have to answer to his school, which placed him on paid leave while they conduct their own investigation.

It’s not the kind of news the school is used to. Just this year, Newsweek magazine named Mystic Valley one of the best high schools in the country and fourth best public high school in Massachusetts.

The school released a statement saying “We value the health and safety of our students,” and that "the school followed our normal hiring practices," which included criminal background checks in Massachusetts and California, where Hogan had been living.

Mystic Valley also said "the references we received were flawless,” and noted he was placed there by the recruiting firm Carney, Sandoe & Associates. Hogan even has a testimonial on the firm's website, where he writes, "It's amazing with your help I was able to find a school that I never thought existed."

Mystic Valley Charter School sent an e-mail to parents and staff today stressing the school’s insistence that any applicant for a position be candid and forthright about disclosing past employment positions.
Parents told FOX Undercover they had some concerns.

“I’m disturbed. I’m surprised,” said Stephanie Saponaro, whose son is coached by Hogan on the crew team. “The kids really love him. He's been a great addition to the team. He's a new coach this year. New head of the English department. This is scary.”

“What is my reaction? Oh my God!” said another parent. “Everyone's innocent until proven guilty. I don't like to judge people.”

FOX Undercover’s Beaudet asked another parent, “Does it bother you to think this guy's doing this?”
“Very much so. Especially since he's teaching our children. Everyday. It does bother me a lot,” the parent replied.

The state Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, which granted Hogan an educator’s license, said it would look into the situation. A spokesman for the department added, “We expect teachers to hold a very high moral standard. They are role models for students."

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