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SR ♥ 1 child; V, AR, United States 7872 posts
1st Apr '13
Quoting Zeke's Mama:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Juggernog-aholic:</b>" that makes you paranoid that everyone ... [snip!] ... I'd rather be paranoid about the safety of NY child than put my faith in some random person. Shame on me."


Soooooo.........You plan on home-schooling your kids then, eh?

Juggernog-aholic 4 kids; 2 angel babies; P, AR, United States 20227 posts
1st Apr '13
Quoting Zeke's Mama:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Juggernog-aholic:</b>" that makes you paranoid that everyone ... [snip!] ... I'd rather be paranoid about the safety of NY child than put my faith in some random person. Shame on me."


My thoughts exactly.

Juggernog-aholic 4 kids; 2 angel babies; P, AR, United States 20227 posts
1st Apr '13
Quoting Lilly'smommy5:" Your AVI is totally disturbing haha!"


8)

J+B=Z&L ♡ 2 kids; Pensacola, Florida 5878 posts
1st Apr '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Tiger Lily ♥:</b>" Soooooo.........You plan on home-schooling your kids then, eh?"</blockquote>




Who knows. Either way that's a different situation.

Cαtwomαn 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Gotham, DC, United States 13124 posts
1st Apr '13

I'd leave the store without paying before I'd give my infant to a stranger.



Shit I'd give my wallet to a stranger before I gave them my Baby. But that would never happen either.

SR ♥ 1 child; V, AR, United States 7872 posts
1st Apr '13
Quoting Zeke's Mama:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Tiger Lily ♥:</b>" Soooooo.........You plan on home-schooling ... [snip!] ... plan on home-schooling your kids then, eh?"</blockquote> Who knows. Either way that's a different situation."


No.



It's trusting your child's safety in the hands of a stranger, is it not? Or...Are you going to sit down with all of the teachers and get to know them and run background checks before you send your child to school?



Let's find the statistics on whack job teachers and whack job Walmart store managers who steal babies.........I bet I can guess which one will be higher.

J+B=Z&L ♡ 2 kids; Pensacola, Florida 5878 posts
1st Apr '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Tiger Lily ♥:</b>" No. It's trusting your child's safety in the hands of a stranger, is it not? Or...Are you going to ... [snip!] ... on whack job teachers and whack job Walmart store managers who steal babies.........I bet I can guess which one will be higher."</blockquote>



If I do in fact send my kids to school, yes I plan on meeting with the teachers like many parents I know do.

user banned 3 kids; Texas 26201 posts
1st Apr '13

This happened back where im from.



A counselor at Smoky Valley Middle School was arrested Friday on charges of rape and sodomy involving a student under the age of 14.




I dont trust school officials now.

SR ♥ 1 child; V, AR, United States 7872 posts
1st Apr '13
Quoting Hoot.:" This happened back where im from. A counselor at Smoky Valley Middle School was arrested Friday on charges ... [snip!] ... was arrested Friday on charges of rape and sodomy involving a student under the age of 14. I dont trust school officials now."


Exactly. I'd rather a Walmart store manager hold my baby for a few seconds than send him to a public school. My nephew is in kindergarten and...SO many things could have happened to him since he started. The teachers do not watch all of the students, they slide bullying under the rug, and....Multiple teachers in the area have had cases brought up involving sexual indecency or rape with children in the past few years.

Juggernog-aholic 4 kids; 2 angel babies; P, AR, United States 20227 posts
1st Apr '13
Quoting Tiger Lily ♥:" Exactly. I'd rather a Walmart store manager hold my baby for a few seconds than send him to a public ... [snip!] ... teachers in the area have had cases brought up involving sexual indecency or rape with children in the past few years."


Then obviously that child should go to a different school. How hard is that? Even where I am, we have 6 different elementary schools to choose from.

SR ♥ 1 child; V, AR, United States 7872 posts
1st Apr '13
Quoting Zeke's Mama:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Tiger Lily ♥:</b>" No. It's trusting your child's safety ... [snip!] ... If I do in fact send my kids to school, yes I plan on meeting with the teachers like many parents I know do."


What exactly is meeting with them going to do? Do you think you are going to meet them and automatically know if they are going to put your kid in danger or not?



YOU might never hand your baby to a stranger, but I would never send my child to a school where the teachers (who spend 8+ hours a day with the kids) could be a nutjob. I guess we're even, then.

SR ♥ 1 child; V, AR, United States 7872 posts
1st Apr '13
Quoting Juggernog-aholic:" Then obviously that child should go to a different school. How hard is that? Even where I am, we have 6 different elementary schools to choose from."


We also have 6. But we don't "choose" them. Whatever school is in our neighborhood zone, that's the school our children go to. Plus, every school in the district is the same. In the past month, the high school has been evacuated 4 times due to a bomb threat. The middle school, twice. I could really go on......But the best thing to do would be to homeschool him and unfortunately, he has developmental issues and receives occupational/speech therapy at school.



So........................................It's pretty damn hard. Plus, I'm not his mother. I don't have the right or power to take him out of a school.

Juggernog-aholic 4 kids; 2 angel babies; P, AR, United States 20227 posts
1st Apr '13
Quoting Tiger Lily ♥:" We also have 6. But we don't "choose" them. Whatever school is in our neighborhood zone, that's the ... [snip!] ... pretty damn hard. Plus, I'm not his mother. I don't have the right or power to take him out of a school."


Just because you live in certain area of town or whatever doesn't mean you can't send your child to whatever school you want. They have papers you can get to say that you want to send them to a different school. We lived in Tech district for 15 years and I have never gone to Tech.



I'm not saying it's your responsibility but you are using your nephew as an example of why sending your kids to school or whatever isn't safe either. You don't have to bow down to what the school says about where you send your child for education.

SR ♥ 1 child; V, AR, United States 7872 posts
1st Apr '13
Quoting Juggernog-aholic:" Just because you live in certain area of town or whatever doesn't mean you can't send your child to ... [snip!] ... whatever isn't safe either. You don't have to bow down to what the school says about where you send your child for education."


You really do. You have to have proof of address to enroll your child here. I'm sure there is a technicality, but...It's probably not an easy one to achieve. My sister has considered, but hasn't done it because the only school that offers in-school therapy is the school he is at now. (He also has out of school therapy and the school excuses the days he is checked out early, but...Other schools would not.)

Juggernog-aholic 4 kids; 2 angel babies; P, AR, United States 20227 posts
1st Apr '13
Quoting Tiger Lily ♥:" You really do. You have to have proof of address to enroll your child here. I'm sure there is a technicality, ... [snip!] ... (He also has out of school therapy and the school excuses the days he is checked out early, but...Other schools would not.)"


You have to have proof of address here too.



But, okay. If you want to think she can't send him to another school, go ahead. I know more than one kid going to a school that doesn't live in the "district" for.