panther fan

United States

#1 Sep 7, 2012
What happened at the game tonight, making everyone leave? Anyone know?
mad parent

United States

#2 Sep 8, 2012
My kid told me the principal kicked every one out of the game.

How dare he, he's going to hear from me Monday morning. I drop my kids off to watch the game and for him to just kick my kids and everyone out of the game is a bunch of crap. What gives him the right to do that.

People enough is enough.
answer

Fort Stockton, TX

#3 Sep 8, 2012
For the safety & well being of everyone! There was an electrical fire!
From your post your dumbass child was probably one of the ones that stood underneath & just looked up @ the line on fire with his thumb up his a$$.
JMHO

Fort Stockton, TX

#4 Sep 8, 2012
mad parent wrote:
My kid told me the principal kicked every one out of the game.
How dare he, he's going to hear from me Monday morning. I drop my kids off to watch the game and for him to just kick my kids and everyone out of the game is a bunch of crap. What gives him the right to do that.
People enough is enough.
the first problem is "my kid told me"
jeezus, find out the facts because if you believe everything your kid tells you, they will be drunken drug addicts by the age of 18. you would be what they call an enabler. and for the record, your kid told you what they call "not the whole truth"
the second problem is "How dare he"
jeezus, how dare you? have a little respect. when you show such a lack of respect for school administration, it's no wonder the kids have such disrespect for teachers, administrators, and anyone in any authoritarian position. grow up and set an example for your kids, a good example, not a bad one.
the third problem is "he's going to hear from me Monday morning"
jeezus, stop running to the aid of your child anytime someone looks cross-eyed at him or her. not everyone is trying to do your little johnny or suzie wrong.
the fourth problem is "I drop my kids off to watch the game and for him to just kick my kids and everyone out of the game is a bunch of crap."
jeezus, if you baby him/her that much, maybe you shouldn't be dropping him/her off at the game, maybe you should escort him/her. the school administration is not the babysitter and the field is not the nursery.
the fifth problem is "What gives him the right to do that."
jeezus, he's the principal and DOES have the right.
and lastly, i do have to agree with you, "enough is enough".
stop depending on everyone else to take care of your kids and stop blaming everyone else for anything that goes wrong, and stop gossiping and creating drama...get ur facts straight.

I'm so tired of parents who act like their children are saints and can do no wrong. You disrespect the school, the teachers, and again, any authority figure, and you expect your children to act differently. instead of being such a negative example, try to be a little supportive of your educators and maybe your kids will actually be excited about school and do better. oh wait, your kids performance is blamed on the teachers and admin, also.

jeezus, get a life!
proud parent

United States

#5 Sep 8, 2012
JMHO wrote:
<quoted text>
the first problem is "my kid told me"
jeezus, find out the facts because if you believe everything your kid tells you, they will be drunken drug addicts by the age of 18. you would be what they call an enabler. and for the record, your kid told you what they call "not the whole truth"
the second problem is "How dare he"
jeezus, how dare you? have a little respect. when you show such a lack of respect for school administration, it's no wonder the kids have such disrespect for teachers, administrators, and anyone in any authoritarian position. grow up and set an example for your kids, a good example, not a bad one.
the third problem is "he's going to hear from me Monday morning"
jeezus, stop running to the aid of your child anytime someone looks cross-eyed at him or her. not everyone is trying to do your little johnny or suzie wrong.
the fourth problem is "I drop my kids off to watch the game and for him to just kick my kids and everyone out of the game is a bunch of crap."
jeezus, if you baby him/her that much, maybe you shouldn't be dropping him/her off at the game, maybe you should escort him/her. the school administration is not the babysitter and the field is not the nursery.
the fifth problem is "What gives him the right to do that."
jeezus, he's the principal and DOES have the right.
and lastly, i do have to agree with you, "enough is enough".
stop depending on everyone else to take care of your kids and stop blaming everyone else for anything that goes wrong, and stop gossiping and creating drama...get ur facts straight.
I'm so tired of parents who act like their children are saints and can do no wrong. You disrespect the school, the teachers, and again, any authority figure, and you expect your children to act differently. instead of being such a negative example, try to be a little supportive of your educators and maybe your kids will actually be excited about school and do better. oh wait, your kids performance is blamed on the teachers and admin, also.
jeezus, get a life!
WELL SAID!!!!!!!!
yep

Odessa, TX

#6 Sep 8, 2012
JMHO wrote:
<quoted text>the first problem is "my kid told me"
jeezus, find out the facts because if you believe everything your kid tells you, they will be drunken drug addicts by the age of 18. you would be what they call an enabler. and for the record, your kid told you what they call "not the whole truth"
the second problem is "How dare he"
jeezus, how dare you? have a little respect. when you show such a lack of respect for school administration, it's no wonder the kids have such disrespect for teachers, administrators, and anyone in any authoritarian position. grow up and set an example for your kids, a good example, not a bad one.
the third problem is "he's going to hear from me Monday morning"
jeezus, stop running to the aid of your child anytime someone looks cross-eyed at him or her. not everyone is trying to do your little johnny or suzie wrong.
the fourth problem is "I drop my kids off to watch the game and for him to just kick my kids and everyone out of the game is a bunch of crap."
jeezus, if you baby him/her that much, maybe you shouldn't be dropping him/her off at the game, maybe you should escort him/her. the school administration is not the babysitter and the field is not the nursery.
the fifth problem is "What gives him the right to do that."
jeezus, he's the principal and DOES have the right.
and lastly, i do have to agree with you, "enough is enough".
stop depending on everyone else to take care of your kids and stop blaming everyone else for anything that goes wrong, and stop gossiping and creating drama...get ur facts straight.

I'm so tired of parents who act like their children are saints and can do no wrong. You disrespect the school, the teachers, and again, any authority figure, and you expect your children to act differently. instead of being such a negative example, try to be a little supportive of your educators and maybe your kids will actually be excited about school and do better. oh wait, your kids performance is blamed on the teachers and admin, also.

jeezus, get a life!
is this Gil Ray lol
really

Lampasas, TX

#7 Sep 8, 2012
yep wrote:
<quoted text>
is this Gil Ray lol
I seriously doubt that.
really part 2

Lampasas, TX

#8 Sep 8, 2012
Although I do think I know who "JMHO" is, ;-)
Bean

United States

#9 Sep 8, 2012
Sounds like Andrew franks !!!
me

United States

#10 Sep 8, 2012
JMHO wrote:
<quoted text>the first problem is "my kid told me"
jeezus, find out the facts because if you believe everything your kid tells you, they will be drunken drug addicts by the age of 18. you would be what they call an enabler. and for the record, your kid told you what they call "not the whole truth"
the second problem is "How dare he"
jeezus, how dare you? have a little respect. when you show such a lack of respect for school administration, it's no wonder the kids have such disrespect for teachers, administrators, and anyone in any authoritarian position. grow up and set an example for your kids, a good example, not a bad one.
the third problem is "he's going to hear from me Monday morning"
jeezus, stop running to the aid of your child anytime someone looks cross-eyed at him or her. not everyone is trying to do your little johnny or suzie wrong.
the fourth problem is "I drop my kids off to watch the game and for him to just kick my kids and everyone out of the game is a bunch of crap."
jeezus, if you baby him/her that much, maybe you shouldn't be dropping him/her off at the game, maybe you should escort him/her. the school administration is not the babysitter and the field is not the nursery.
the fifth problem is "What gives him the right to do that."
jeezus, he's the principal and DOES have the right.
and lastly, i do have to agree with you, "enough is enough".
stop depending on everyone else to take care of your kids and stop blaming everyone else for anything that goes wrong, and stop gossiping and creating drama...get ur facts straight.

I'm so tired of parents who act like their children are saints and can do no wrong. You disrespect the school, the teachers, and again, any authority figure, and you expect your children to act differently. instead of being such a negative example, try to be a little supportive of your educators and maybe your kids will actually be excited about school and do better. oh wait, your kids performance is blamed on the teachers and admin, also.

jeezus, get a life!
well said!
agree

United States

#11 Sep 9, 2012
Doesn't matter who anyone is, I agree to. I feel bad for the schools to have to put up with kids and parents who are like that. I guess that's Fort Stockton for you.
crickett

Orange, TX

#12 Sep 9, 2012
mad parent wrote:
My kid told me the principal kicked every one out of the game.
How dare he, he's going to hear from me Monday morning. I drop my kids off to watch the game and for him to just kick my kids and everyone out of the game is a bunch of crap. What gives him the right to do that.
People enough is enough.
It sounds like the kids you dropped off to WATCH the game weren't actually watching the game or they would have known what was happening and why not just them but EVERYONE was asked to evacuate the area for their own safety. How dare the principal want to make sure everyone get out of there unharmed. And of course he didn't stop and tell each and every single person at that game the specifics, I'm sure his first thought as well as the many other adults who started to help were the many kids just running around.Had that wire fallen and touched the fence any number of unsupervised kids could have been electricuted. Instead of being ignorant you should be thankful that your kids are being watched by SOMEONE!!! AND ONE MORE PRICE OF ADVICE, if you drop your kids to watch a game make sure they go to sit and watch and not run around, which is probably what they were doing since they had no idea what was happening.
the citizen

Odessa, TX

#13 Sep 9, 2012
Sounds like the principal did the right thing, and actually needs to be commended for doing so. Its to bad that people are just willing and ready to try an undermine the decisions of people trying to do the right thing. I moved to Stockton or my job and I've never really understood the mentality of some (not all) people in Stockton.
Lately in the paper and even on TV the schools and their leadership seem to be doing much better than a lot of other schools. Fort Stockton I ask that you trust these individuals with the decisions of your children, read the papers and watch the news, these people are doing something right.
My mom was a teacher in Dallas before she retired, the crap she had to deal with was unbelievable. I give credit to the school board, teachers and all those principals that are doing their best to teach these Stockton kids in the midst of some awful parenting.
T.C.
mtwo

Houston, TX

#14 Sep 9, 2012
Bean wrote:
Sounds like Andrew franks !!!
That's exactly what I was thinking.
parent

Odessa, TX

#15 Sep 9, 2012
Cry me a river.. If you are so worried then next time get down with your kids instead of just dropping them off
curious george

Odessa, TX

#16 Sep 10, 2012
mad parent wrote:
My kid told me the principal kicked every one out of the game.
How dare he, he's going to hear from me Monday morning. I drop my kids off to watch the game and for him to just kick my kids and everyone out of the game is a bunch of crap. What gives him the right to do that.
People enough is enough.
So did you give the principal a piece of your mind, just curious to know how it went. If anywhere.
down by the river

United States

#17 Sep 10, 2012
Really what you need to do is thank the principal. I'm giving him a call in the morning to thank him.
EEeee

Snyder, TX

#18 Sep 14, 2012
agree wrote:
Doesn't matter who anyone is, I agree to. I feel bad for the schools to have to put up with kids and parents who are like that. I guess that's Fort Stockton for you.
people who say "i guess thats fort stockton for you" then you are just like the rest of the people here dont be so negative if your running away from fs then your running away fromyourself if you say shit like that why do you live here? Dont complain if your the same... I mean im just sayin..
thankful

Odessa, TX

#19 Sep 15, 2012
http://texasbesteducator.org

Might to do this and nominate anyone from our school.

They certainly deserve it.

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