Re: Is this acceptable?
- Subject: Re: Is this acceptable?
- From: Bobbie Nord <bnord@PEDICRAFT.COM>
- Date: Fri, 15 Feb 2002 17:02:53 -0500
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Not just Alvin, Margaret. My 13 year old daughter has had "silent lunch"
for the past 3 weeks because students booed when the superintendent visited
the cafeteria one day. She says it was all a misunderstanding. A student
said "oooh" to another student, a few more picked it up and it got loud.
Had nothing to do with the General, most kids didn't even know who he was.
Which brings up another subject: what's the deal with retired military men
running school systems?
From: Margaret Davis [mailto:margd@FLASH.NET
Sent: Thursday, February 14, 2002 10:22 PM
Subject: Is this acceptable?
Seventh/eight grade - girls locker room. coach wheels in basket of items
left in the locker room. counted 55 items... making all the girls now run
55 laps as punishment. they had to run 20 laps today and if found walking
they wrote down their names and they had run 5 additional laps.
how could i get an exemption from this kind of abuse when my daughter has
never left items in the locker room? do you consider this fair practice?
please respond as I'm really loosing my grip here!!!!!! this is the kind of
abuse these kids are ALWAYS being subjected to. they had to run laps in
elementary school for not participating in a fundraiser. or is this just
thanks for your help,
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