Here is an example of the "return on our investment" in the young people's future. All of that money we paid in taxes for a quality education that Dr. Malone never delivered for our children's future -- What do Springboro taxpayers get in return for our money-- young people seeking revenge -- rubber stamped by Dr. Malone with: No Class Bully - Product of Springboro Education Association Forced Unionism. Where's the pride in that insanely popular leadership?Remember how the 3 of you that post over and over under a multitude of names? Guess what? We are the young people you made fun of as being children for supporting Dr. Malone. Well hmmm,we are all grown up now and eligible to vote. Here we come, Kelly. All those months ago...who is laughing now?
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#26192 Jul 31, 2013
Those non-professional public schools educators of Unionism in our Springboro school district classrooms, Ron Malone and Dave Stuckey, now boast proudly to Springboro families that they are "seeking control of Springboro board." It appears that Mr. Malone and Mr. Stuckey have planted in the minds of our Boro Alumni the seeds of hatred and revenge against Springboro parent, Kelly Kohls (whose children are students in our Springboro Schools, and who serves her school and community as BOE president).
Mrs. Kohls is only one Springboro parent who has been targeted by Mr. Malone and Mr. Stuckey as the SEA vows to take out of elected office all three of our Children's First Budget reform minded board representatives. Disregarding our school district's celebration of success, Mr. Malone still spreads lies and false accusations againsts the "Three" Children's First Budget reform minded board representatives vowing to Vote for Revenge against "fiscal responsibility" and re-instate the SEA BOE majority in November, reversing our success to the greed and lust of the SEA for power and control over our children's minds in the classroom.
In one local newspaper report, this group of alumni suppporting the Malone/Stuckey/Babb/ hatred and vote for revenge against Springboro parent, Kelly Kohls, stated: The board had turned the district into "an international laughingstock...." This is just another lie spread by these SEA maney-acts in their continuing efforts of hostile takeover of our local school government.
As a concerned Springboro taxpaying homeowner, I see it differently. It is this same "group of union activists" who are promoting Vote for Revenge that are the ones running to the newspapers and the TV News cameras, who are really the embarrassment and laughingstock of the non-professional educators who have it all in Springboro, except COMMON DECENCY toward their neighbors. Common Decency is a much needed emphasis in our Springboro Education Association's behavoir, but just like self- respect, it can't be purchased with more of our school tax dollars.
#26193 Jul 31, 2013
lol...what hypocrites are those SURE parents who stand up in public meeting pretending to protect our kids from being "exposed" to the indecency of a symbolic flag (swirled around by another Springboro Parent trying to get his 5 minutes of shock and awe fame in front of the TV cameras); BUT this same parent isn't offended at all by our students being forced to read the "indecency of Howard Zinn." even more, lol and omg....
this SURE parent who pulled in one of the board members to join her in "shaming and blaming" another Springboro parent, who wasn't even present at the meeting, was the same SURE parent who was told by the board president that she would have to CEASE her military mom potty mouth language in front of our children and the TV cameras, or else our board meetings would be thrown off the air! lol... what hypocrites for SURE! Where's the Responsible Education in that united effort to embarrass and make a laughing stock of the indoctrinated influence of the non-professional educators of the Springboro Education Association.
#26194 Jul 31, 2013
Developing Character is Priority in the Education of Our Children!Don't you agree that our Board of Education school board candidates should offer more for our Children First, than just their reputation in the community as "insanely popular?"
"If you will think about what you ought to do for other people, your character will take care of itself. Character is a by-product, and any man who devotes himself to its cultivation in his own case will become a selfish prig." -Woodrow Wilson -
#26195 Jul 31, 2013
Great Choice? get real ....don't you mean the bottom of
the barrel is our only "choice" in this too bad for Boro Babb/Malone/Stuckey/Belanger reversal of our success to
status quo business as usual in the Baker/Dettwiller/Lolli/Long bad old days of unionism rule.
#26196 Jul 31, 2013
who said crap don't float....look at Malone/babb/stuckey...a lot of it appears to be surfacing lately.
#26197 Jul 31, 2013
...not sure who said that, but sounds like that educated ex-military potty mouth mom for SURE.
#26198 Jul 31, 2013
wrong again, buffalo breathe...like the rest of you school levy Nazis.
#26199 Jul 31, 2013
How low can the Springboro Education Association go in "underperforming" their duties for our children's education?
Our has been a high school principal for 13 years, Ron Malone, states in a recent interview ... I'm interested in continuing to work in education...I don't know what the next couple of years look like right now for me.....
Poor Mr. Malone... he loves being insanely popular in the community, but now that he has taken the retirement buyout for his greatest financial gain, he suffers buyer's remorse; and laments identity crisis. It was good to be invested in his work as the education god of unionism at Springboro High School; but this harmful illusion of himself now isn't working for his ego; because he forgot to remember that his status as education god was just
the work of the union masters; who created Mr. Malone to bend to the SEA's will and servitude. Poor Mr. Malone, who doesn't know quite how to introduce himself without a job attached to his name. "We'll see what happens," he says. "I'm not sure the FIT," (as he refers to his work of SEA education god)"is as good now as when I came to Springboro in 2000." The bottom line is ..."There needs to be a re-emphasis on the value of the educator."
But what value does this 41 years of education expertise have to our children's 21st century quality classroom education?
#26200 Jul 31, 2013
It's ironic the public fuss being made in this school district over teaching the constitution "the founding fathers original intent way." While much has been written in recent years to try to dismiss the fact that America was founded upon the bliblical principles of Judeo-Christianity, all the revisionism in the world cannot change the facts. Anyone who examines the original written, personal correspondence, biographies, and public statements of the individuals who were instrumental in the founding of America will find an abundance of quotations showing the profound extent to which their thinking and lives were influenced by a Christian by a Christian worldview.
That is not to say that all of the Founding Fathers were Christians. Clearly, they were not. But the point is that even those who were not Christians were deeply influenced by the principles of Christianity--a mind-set that helped to shape their political ideals. It is possible to be so distracted with whether Benjamin Franklin or Thomas Jefferson ever put their personal faith in Jesus Christ that one misses the fact that the Founders almost all THOUGHT from a biblical perspective, whether they believed or not. Clearly, there was a predominant Christian consensus in colonial America that shaped the Founders' thinking and their writing of the founding documents and laws, resulting in the republic we have today.
The Declaration of Independence identified the source of all authority and rights as "Their Creator," and then accentuated that individual human rights were God-given, not man-made. Thus, there would be no king or established religion to stand in the way of human liberty or dignity --uniquely Judeo-Christian ideas.
#26201 Jul 31, 2013
Indeed America's Founding Fathers hotly debated the root question of separation of church and state. In the colonial era, and through the civil war period, it wasn't unusual for such debates to escalate into fistfights and life-threatening duals. A few times fistfights actually broke out on the floor of the U.S. Congress. If nothing else, our children ought to be made aware of our Founding Fathers' level of PASSION in regard to this, and other related issues.
#26202 Aug 1, 2013
On March 23,1775 when Patrick Henry spoke the now famous phrase, "Give me liberty or give me death!" to arouse the Second Virginia Convention to arms against the tyranny of Great Britain, he noted that "we have done everyting that could be done to avert the storm which is now coming upon us."
During the critical years of 1765-1776, the American colonies had been forced to endure taxation without representation, searches and seizures without probable cause, the confiscation of firearms, and on and one. Though the colonial leaders had tried to remain loyal to the Crown and reconcile their differences, they were finally compelled to break away in revolt.
#26203 Aug 1, 2013
The Declaration of Independence was then written as a proclamation to the world of their reasons for separating from England. But while the Declaration gives a detailed list of legal offenses that England had left unresolved, the Founders saw these as more than isolated wrongs.
Rather, they saw them as a part of a predetermined plan to take away their religious liberties and re-establish the Church ofEngland to rule over their hearts and souls, thus enslaving the colonies. In that light, one understand the power of Patrick Henry's fiery words.
Faced with such propsects, the Declaration stated that the American colonists were set to defend
"the laws of nature and of nature's God" -- words ththe Founders stood. The laws of nature were understood to mean the will of God for man as revealed to man's reasons. However, because man is fallen and his reason does not always comprehend this law, God gave His law in the Bible to make it absolutely clear.
We ought to obey God rather than men.- Acts 5:29
#26204 Aug 1, 2013
Thus, it was the churches that became the primary source that stirred the fires of liberty, telling the colonists that the English government was usurping their God given rights, and the King and Parliament were violating the laws of God. The Founding Fathers were convinced that it was their sacred duty to start a revolution to uphold the law of God against the unjust and oppressive laws of men. And the fight for political liberty was seen as a sacred cause because civil liberty was an inalienable right, according to God's natural law. The nNew England ministers, in particular, were decisive in rallying the popular moral support for the war against England. They pressed their congregations to overthrow King George because they believed that rebellion to tyrants was obedience to God. From many pulpits, ministers recruited troops and strengthened them in battle with partriotic sermons.
#26205 Aug 1, 2013
While the church leaders were well schooled in the fact that the Bible placed great emphasis on due submission to civil authroities (Romans 13), they noted there are also many passages that approve resistance to ungodly authority. For instance, when the apostiles were commanded by the Sanhedrin to cease preaching that Jesus Christ had risen from the dead, Peter boldly asserted: "We ought to obey God rather than men" (Acts 5:29)
Therefore, it is no coincidence that one of the watchwords of the American Revolution was "No Kind but King Jesus." For most of the patriots, their faith gave them the courage to stand on God's Word and risk their lives and properties to break the tyranny of an unjust human authority. In their Christian worldview, obedience to God took precedence over country or government, and their primary allegiance was to the Lord Jesus Christ.
#26206 Aug 1, 2013
Indicative of this spirit in 1755, the Luteran pastor John Peter Gabriel Muhlenberg preached a sermon on Ecclesiastes 3:1, "To everything there is a season, a time for every purpose under heaven." Concluding the message, he declared, "In the language of the Holy Writ, there is a time for all things. There is a time to preach and a time to fight. And now is the time to fight." He then threw off his clerical robes to reveal the uniform of a Revolutionary Army officer. That Afternoon, at the head of 300 men, he marched off to join GeneralWashington's troops and became Colonel of the 8th Virginia Regiment.
Ministers turned the colonial resistance into a righteous cause and served at every level in the conflict, from military chaplains to members of state legislatures to taking up arms and leading troops into battle. And, ultimately, after two main British armies were captured by the Continental Army at Saratoga in 1777 and Yorktown in 1781, the other words of Patrick Henry to his fellow Virginians proved true: "Three millions of people, armed with the holy cause of liberty, and in such a country as that which we possess, are invincible by any force which our enemy can send against us."
#26207 Aug 1, 2013
In 1836, Noah Webster, often called "the Father of American Education" expressed the purpose of schools was meant for the advancement of the Christian faith: "In my view, the Christian religion is the most important and one of the first things in which all children, under a free government ought to be instructed... No truth is more evident to my mind than that the Christian religion must be the basis of any government intended to secure the rights and privileges of a free people."
Unfortunately, in time, a philosophical shift took place in America, and the biblical principles for education were slowly eroded and abandoned, with sad and tragic consequences that continue to unfold. John Dewey, known as "The Architect of Modern Education," said, "There is no God, and ther is no soul. Hence, there are no needs for the props of traditional religion." Those props have been knocked away, and the loss of moral standards has opened the door to untold numbers of unwanted teen pregnancies, abortions, drug abuse, alcoholism, violence, and suicide.
If we believe that the Founders were correct in asserting that America would fail if it lost its religious foundations, it is primarily incumbent upon Christian believers to reaffirm and reclaim our Christian educational heritage with the same passion and commitment of the Founders. There are many ways and many levels at which to instigate change, buyt it begins with a willingness to become engaged in the battle.
#26208 Aug 1, 2013
Our children ought not be required to "bow down" to the false gods of the man-made false religion of Unionism, all under the flag of "Excellent with Distinction" draped across our taxpayer-funded public school buidings in zip code 45066; boasting proudly of knowledge and wealth; and all the while violating the laws of common decency and disrespect for the Dignity of Human Life.
Springboro Schools do not need a "policy change on religious and controversial issues." Springboro Schools needs a policy change
on funding the Springboro Education Association's teachings of our children their "policies of indeceny and disrespect for the Dignity of Human Life."
Why are our Neighbors for Springboro Schools "doing their job of demanding more taxes" to replace the false grass on the football field; but have voiced no concern over the state mandated common core which is implementation of the government's false doctrine of the praise and worship of the education gods of Unionism? ndresponsibility olicy d
#26209 Aug 1, 2013
-this post is copied from several pages ago on this blog -
OGT lack of worthwhile standards and again nobody stands up and gives any answers for any of this, just give me more money or your kids will suffer.
Ask the high school staff if any of this is true or not. I looked up the same stuff Just Watching did.
Still waiting for your clarification on your post.
If you can find the question I will try and come up with the answer.
Or you could explain to all of us why you are not defining the classification of "Proficient" on the OGT.
A helpful tutelage from the Ohio Department of Education on the scales for the results on the Math test
Limited.........0-12 points..........0-25% correct on the test
Basic..........12.5-17.5 points.......26%-36% correct on the test
PROFICIENT...18-27 points..........37.5%-56% correct on the test
Accelerated...27.5-34 points..........57%-71% correct on the test
Advanced......34.5-48 points..........72%-100% correct on the test
This is not a difficult test, take it for yourself, it is on the ODE website.
Then wonder why after two years of preparation in our "college prep" high school, nearly 40% of the children taking this test score 75% or less, and still have not mastered basic math covering what should have been learned in grades 1-9. They even let a child use a calculator and provide a cheat sheet with all the necessary formulas required to answer the questions on the test.
Seriously, who wishes to defend labeling a student who has mastered less than 56% of the math material as "PROFICIENT"?
Only our high school administration team would sit in front of the cameras and present to the community 97.4% of our students taking the OGT were "PROFICIENT" and above. And then proceed to bask in the clapping and cheering from the union and the union supporters with a straight face.
#26211 Aug 1, 2013
No More Malone Re-Instatement of Status Quo in November!
Malone/Stuckey/Babb is bad for our children's 21st century education.
Malone/Stuckey/Babb have no NEW ideas!
Malone/Stuckey/Babb have only ONE old, outdated, collective idea of NEW TAXES for NEW Money for that tired old false indoctrination
of that old outdated false religion of Unionism.
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