Hmmm...I am not sure I can think of a scenario when a teacher would act like they "own" the kids or have more rights. Can you give an example?
Nobody said you didn't have the right to question things, but don't think your right comes from paying taxes. That is absurd.
Do you see the issue here??? Who exactly is Michelle O. and who died and made her God? If this is indeed an actual person in an actual position, she answers to somebody and I promise you that I will contact that somebody. This mentality is *exactly* the problem.*YOU* do NOT determine what is best for MY kids. And you damn skippy don't threaten someone with CPS when you mistakenly disagree with their parenting decisions! And by the way, "Truth", if you honestly feel that being a tax payer is an absurd reason to question things, I urge you to contact any elected official worth their weight in salt and bring up that point. That is EXACTLY why we should question things. They say "PUBLIC SCHOOL" for a reason, right on the front of the building. Until taxpayers realize that the education system, the ENTIRE EDUCATION SYSTEM, answers to us things will never get better. No matter what the teacher's unions say.<quoted text>
As I start my second term, I want to remind you that a child who eats breakfast at home and then goes to school to eat a second breakfast is likely exceeding the daily recommended calorie count as determined by me. Please don't force me to contact your locale CPS to prevent childhood obesity.
"People should not be afraid of their governments, governments should be afraid of their people."