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#81 Aug 19, 2008
word2u wrote:
to all of you cooter people who want to downgrade the steele school, everyone that i have met that has graduated from cooter is dumber than a box of rocks. I know a boy that was 22 years old and couldn't even add to play a game. The steele school also has a new principal this year, and as far as the bullying and all that, that wont be happening either. If you say your daughter got bullied, i guess she was mrs. perfect that didn't do anything to start it huh. As far as the stabbing goes, that wasn't the school systems problem. there will come a day when a mentally disturbed child gets into the school system and something like that happens at your school too. I wouldn't send my dog to cooter school. Everyone talks about how good the school is but i personally know a woman that works at the school, and said that is not what it is cracked up to be, and that it is a much smaller school and that's why you don't hear so much about the drama.
Beware of this person! They hang out with crazy people and have a stupid dog.
myself

Chesterfield, MO

#82 Aug 20, 2008
hometown girl wrote:
If the children are living in Cooter but they can't attend Cooter schools because they aren't considered residents bc their mother is down on her luck and having to live with their grandparents then what town are they considered residents of? What school are they allowed to attend?
Not everyone has a house of their own with bills in their names. The grandfather can't enroll them because he isn't their legal guardian. The mother would have to go to an attorney and give him legal custody. I went through this when my niece and nephew moved in with me. It was the only way that I could enroll them in school there.
when you say legal custody do you mean the person has to adopt them? cause my parents have guardianship and beckwith will not except that.
Guest

Little Rock, AR

#83 Aug 20, 2008
myself wrote:
<quoted text>when you say legal custody do you mean the person has to adopt them? cause my parents have guardianship and beckwith will not except that.
Your parents have guardianship? Do they legally reside in Cooter? I thought you were staying with your grandpa?

Go talk to the Superintendent and explain the situation in detail. If he says no then go see a lawyer.
guest

Little Rock, AR

#84 Aug 20, 2008
You don't have to give them legal custody. All you have to do is go talk to a lawyer and give whoever the person is POWER OF ATTORNEY. All POA is, is a piece of paper saying they are a legal guardian that can make educational, medical, or any other important decision about the child.
myself

Chesterfield, MO

#85 Aug 20, 2008
i have already done that and he said that is not good enough. and i am not the one staying with my grandpa. anyways i have been trying to get my kids in school there and he told me to go give gaurdianship to my parents so i did now he is saying thats not what he is meaning so i dont know what he wants.
myself

Chesterfield, MO

#87 Aug 21, 2008
power of attorney will not work. he basically told me they would have to adopt them.
Guest

Little Rock, AR

#88 Aug 21, 2008
myself wrote:
power of attorney will not work. he basically told me they would have to adopt them.
Who did? Beckwith or the Lawyer?
myself

Chesterfield, MO

#89 Aug 21, 2008
Beckwith
Guest

Little Rock, AR

#90 Aug 21, 2008
myself wrote:
Beckwith
I would try talking to Superintendent Crowder.

[email protected]

Todd Campbell is president of the school board. Try calling him.

If all else fails, call an attorney and let him straighten it out.

Good Luck!
dwats

Bragg City, MO

#91 Aug 21, 2008
Guest wrote:
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u not need a power of attorney u should give what they call guardingship of the childern to there grandparents that will work i sis in law has that over her daughters kids and they were in cooter school till the move out of town this year
Guest

Little Rock, AR

#92 Aug 22, 2008
dwats wrote:
<quoted text>u not need a power of attorney u should give what they call guardingship of the childern to there grandparents that will work i sis in law has that over her daughters kids and they were in cooter school till the move out of town this year
That was last year. Everything has changed this year. They're actually enforcing the rules.
BAD ASS

Bragg City, MO

#93 Aug 22, 2008
Guest wrote:
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That was last year. Everything has changed this year. They're actually enforcing the rules.
must not be enforcing to hard i see sam smith still bring his kids to cooter as he live in steele ????? wonder whats up with that one from my standing
guest

Chesterfield, MO

#94 Aug 22, 2008
the ashly poe and her brother are still going there to they dont pay nothing and i no they live in bly. ark
guest

Laurel, MS

#95 Aug 23, 2008
well i heard that someone is already telling on alot of people and they are going to investigate and believe me someone already told on sam smith... but if they get caught they will have to pay a for their child to still attend if not it is a class c felony and will end up have to pay back the school! it is sad i had to send my kids to steele school since i moved out of cooter this year. but rules are rules!
CHS

Blytheville, AR

#96 Aug 23, 2008
All of the school board members are only yes men. Crowder was let go from Steele School so he came to Cooter. What ever he wants, he gets. They had the best principle Cooter ever had, and would not make good on his contract. The Holmes wanted him out because of what he stood for. A GOOD CHRISTIAN MAN that believed in the kids at Cooter.
guest

Chesterfield, MO

#97 Aug 23, 2008
CHS wrote:
All of the school board members are only yes men. Crowder was let go from Steele School so he came to Cooter. What ever he wants, he gets. They had the best principle Cooter ever had, and would not make good on his contract. The Holmes wanted him out because of what he stood for. A GOOD CHRISTIAN MAN that believed in the kids at Cooter.
you sure got that right
guest

Wiggins, MS

#98 Aug 23, 2008
waaah waah waaah
cooter parent

Fredericktown, MO

#100 Aug 24, 2008
too funny wrote:
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There is a house for sale right across from the school and Marvin has an empty house right beside where Steven lives. It's Mr. Pelts' old house.
Well i checked on the house across from the school and it is so BLOATED of a price, you would think it was just built. When someone puts something up for sale in cooter wether it be land or a house, it is so high you would be better off to pay tuition. Rent is outrageous. The house across form the school needs so much work done to it, it isnt worth half of what they are asking for it. Also wont get an appraisal on it. So just because it is for sale or rent, that dosent mean it is affordable to the working man or woman with children. It cost enough to raise them without buying a money pit to break you even further!! I live in distric and wont be leaving until both of mine are out of school. I graduated from cooter and mine will too! Not everyone is lucky to be in alot of our positions. The ones complainign the most are probly the ones in distric and or own land and rental property. So their is no problems for you! Kids are our future dont you want a good education for the ones that want it? I undrestand rules are rules, but inforce it for ALL OF THEM not the selected few!!
Guest

Bragg City, MO

#101 Aug 24, 2008
i agree that the rules should be applied evenly. fair is fair. and the rules should not just apply to some. for example, sam smith's children brag that he has it taken care of to where they can go to cooter for free until they graduate - despite the fact they live smack in the middle of steele. other families i know that are from blytheville, are paying the out of district tuition as required by the rules. how can we be proud of or have any respect for our school when they don't even practice the values of fairness and equality they are supposed to be demonstrating and instilling in our children???
Guest

Chesterfield, MO

#102 Aug 24, 2008
cooter parent wrote:
<quoted text>Well i checked on the house across from the school and it is so BLOATED of a price, you would think it was just built. When someone puts something up for sale in cooter wether it be land or a house, it is so high you would be better off to pay tuition. Rent is outrageous. The house across form the school needs so much work done to it, it isnt worth half of what they are asking for it. Also wont get an appraisal on it. So just because it is for sale or rent, that dosent mean it is affordable to the working man or woman with children. It cost enough to raise them without buying a money pit to break you even further!! I live in distric and wont be leaving until both of mine are out of school. I graduated from cooter and mine will too! Not everyone is lucky to be in alot of our positions. The ones complainign the most are probly the ones in distric and or own land and rental property. So their is no problems for you! Kids are our future dont you want a good education for the ones that want it? I undrestand rules are rules, but inforce it for ALL OF THEM not the selected few!!
What was the asking price?

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