Teachers accused of having sex with students were ‘boy-crazy pick-ups’ at school

Two Georgia teachers accused of having sex with three students in the school district where they worked were well-known for their behavior at school before they were arrested, parents say.

Railey Greeson and Brooklyn Shuler, who worked at Calhoun City Schools, were charged Thursday (July 4) with allegedly sleeping with students between October 2021 and January 2022.

The indictment obtained by 11Alive states that Greeson had sexual relations with two different students between October 29, 2021 and January 3, 2022.

Shuler, meanwhile, was charged with having sexual intercourse with another student between October 2021 and January 2022.

Brooklyn Shuler (left) and Railey Greeson (right) have been friends for years. (

Both women are charged with first-degree sexual contact by an employee or agent.

Well, since the accusations became public knowledge, parents of students attending Calhoun City schools have spoken to the press.

Audrey Decker, whose stepdaughter attends the school, told the New York Post: “I’m not trying to stereotype, but you could look at them and tell they were problematic.

“They just seemed crazy about boys. And everyone at school knew it and joked about it.”

Meanwhile, another parent agreed: “Ugh, they were flirting. You should have seen them with any attractive parent who came to school. They were flirting with any father.”

The mother continued: “You know: laughing too loudly, getting too close, that kind of thing. Flirting. Trying to be cute. They had no shame.”

Greeson and Shuler’s friendship reportedly goes back several years, with Greeson serving as the maid of honor at Shuler’s wedding in November 2022 — months after the alleged sexual encounter with the student.

Railey Greeson was indicted last week. (Gordon County Sheriff’s Office)

Shuler described Greeson as his “best friend” and “travel companion” on the wedding website.

Nearly a year later, Shuler was a maid of honor at Greeson’s wedding in October 2023.

The incitement to violence against the woman alleges that they “reasonably should have known” that the boys were enrolled in the school district.

It is unclear whether the officers had contact with the boys in the course of their duties with the school district. The indictment also does not specify the ages of the male students.

The two former staff members were arrested and booked into the Gordon County Jail, where they were later released on bail, according to the Gordon Gazette.

If convicted, Greeson and Shuler face up to 25 years in prison or a fine of up to $100,000.

UNILAD has reached out to Calhoun City Schools for comment.