Fox High Olympics
TB

United States

#1 May 15, 2013
Bob

Trimble, MO

#2 May 15, 2013
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Voice_of_a_Teach er

Saint Louis, MO

#3 May 15, 2013
The event is great for the kids. It's one more example of the work done every day by caring, dedicated teachers and students to maintain the reputation of our school.

It's frustrating to see that reputation savaged on television and in threads like this one because of the actions of a few incompetent administrators like Todd Scott and Superintendent Dianne Critchlow. I know they have their apologists but I think I speak for a good number of my colleagues when I say those two, often working in concert with the BOE, have done terrible damage to the school and the morale of all of us who work there.
Apu

Ashburn, VA

#4 May 15, 2013
Voice_of_a_Teacher wrote:
The event is great for the kids. It's one more example of the work done every day by caring, dedicated teachers and students to maintain the reputation of our school.
It's frustrating to see that reputation savaged on television and in threads like this one because of the actions of a few incompetent administrators like Todd Scott and Superintendent Dianne Critchlow. I know they have their apologists but I think I speak for a good number of my colleagues when I say those two, often working in concert with the BOE, have done terrible damage to the school and the morale of all of us who work there.
Never miss an opportunity, do you?

Nice job, Fox, including their students, coaches, teachers AND administration!

Since: Mar 08

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#5 May 15, 2013
Yes. Games such as these are wonderful chances for special needs children and there peers in school to work together to do great things.

My daughter has had the chance to take part in different activites put on by the high school students in the district. I am very grateful for the work they do and the feeling of success the students and staff provide for the students participating in the games and other activities.

Loved watching this story on the news.
TB

United States

#6 May 15, 2013
Voice_of_a_Teacher wrote:
The event is great for the kids. It's one more example of the work done every day by caring, dedicated teachers and students to maintain the reputation of our school.

It's frustrating to see that reputation savaged on television and in threads like this one because of the actions of a few incompetent administrators like Todd Scott and Superintendent Dianne Critchlow. I know they have their apologists but I think I speak for a good number of my colleagues when I say those two, often working in concert with the BOE, have done terrible damage to the school and the morale of all of us who work there.
Way to lessen the topic. Your first paragraph would have sufficed.

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