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understand

Bardstown, KY

#22 Jan 2, 2013
Justsaying wrote:
<quoted text>What's the big deal about a note. The change was made and you now know. What big difference would it have made in your entire day knowing it before you got to school or after you had already gotten there??? Are you mad because you had to get out of the car? There are big yellow vehicles that come by your house every morning called buses. Stick the kid on one and shut up.
Some parents might need to prompt the little ones about not being able to walk them in. If the small kids are use to being walked in they might get really upset and not understand that when mom/dad gets to the door they can't walk them the rest of the way into the school. This would upset the kids and then of course the parents would be upset too.
Mom

Hardyville, KY

#23 Jan 2, 2013
I did get a note sent home in my childs backpack. And there was also an announcement made over the intercom. I was there at the class Christmas party and heard it. I don't have a problem with the change I also take my kids to school and pick them up everyday!
teacher frm another co

United States

#24 Jan 2, 2013
Justsaying wrote:
<quoted text>What's the big deal about a note. The change was made and you now know. What big difference would it have made in your entire day knowing it before you got to school or after you had already gotten there??? Are you mad because you had to get out of the car? There are big yellow vehicles that come by your house every morning called buses. Stick the kid on one and shut up.
good one. There are a lot of parents that need to cut the cord. There is a drop off line for a reason. Could u imagine if everyone came in to tell the teacher something every day? It would be chaos. There has to be procedures. This new thing they are doing is prolly for those parents that come in for every little whip stitch ... My kid has a runny nose...I didn't get the homework sheet...I sent a new folder...we didn't have a pencil last night...my kid has gas...blah blah blah...these parents are so annoying. let the kid go to school. If u need to tell them something, call or send a note. Idiot parents.
teacher frm another co

United States

#25 Jan 2, 2013
JusttheFacts wrote:
<quoted text>Too much protection of a child will hinder them when they face the real world. That's the problem a lot of children have today. Never told NO and shielded from any type of disappointment early in life. The "Everybody" gets a Trophy has ruined a many of child. I bet you two were a sight to see in the hallway. I don't know which one needs to grow-up more, you or your child.
very good point. I think there are a lot of ppl that could benefit from what u said. Well said.
teacher frm another co

United States

#26 Jan 2, 2013
Upset Mom wrote:
<quoted text>well sense it sounds like your one of those that would rather stick their kid on the bus I'm not I enjoy getting up and getting them to school and if had received the note I might have been able to explain to my 6 year old why I won't be able to walk you to your pod and she might not of had to be left cryn her eyes out !! This is something that she was use to everyday sense she started school She didn't understand but if the note had been sent home I would of had plenty of time to help her understand!!!
sounds like upset mom needs to go get a JOB. She wouldn't have time to nit pick on everything the schools do/ don't do. She would be complaining if they DIDN'T change some security procedures. Like I said. She needs to go get a JOB. If not a job, then a hobby.
Hello

Lewisburg, KY

#27 Jan 2, 2013
how about trying this wrote:
<quoted text>You make no sense. Why don't you keep your security thoughts and gripes out of this forum. If you do volunteer then get with the program......it does accomplish something from a security standpoint. It keeps parents from stirring up drama in front of an elementary classroom and unnecessary people out of the halls. Why don't you speak one on one with your child's teacher or better yet send an email. Children don't need to see your confusion as to how you handle rules. If you're so involved, you would be helping the security situation instead of acting like a child that cannot follow school rules and procedures.
Why don't I stay out of this forum? I started this thread. If you don't lime what I'm saying, don't read it. Funny, but I don't remember jerking your chain.
Hello

Lewisburg, KY

#28 Jan 2, 2013
Hello wrote:
<quoted text>Why don't I stay out of this forum? I started this thread. If you don't lime what I'm saying, don't read it. Funny, but I don't remember jerking your chain.
*like*. Hate these phone keyboards.
Teacher

Henderson, KY

#29 Jan 3, 2013
Upset Mom wrote:
<quoted text>you know telling my child no has nothing to do with it and for you sounds like your one of those that could careless about walking your child in but I want to because one day she won't want me to and I want enjoy everything I can before she grows up and dosent need me to walk her to class.
Maybe you should not only follow her in, but also have a seat and learn some proper grammar and punctuation skills. Your incessant rambling in run-on sentences is impossible to understand.
truth is

Lexington, KY

#30 Jan 3, 2013
Hello wrote:
It ceases to amaze me at the lack of communication between school officials and parents. This morning while dropping of my child, parents are told we are no longer able to walk back to the classroom due to security reasons. We are however allowed in the lunchroom and commons area in the front of the building. We were supposed to be notified about this by note from school sent home on the last day before break. Judging by other parent's reactions, I was not the only person unawares.
No one up front was able to answer questions, certainly neither principal. How long will this last? No answer. What if I need to talk to the teacher about an immediate need in the morning? No answer. How will keeping me from walking to the classroom but allowing me in the lunchroom make the school safer? No answer.
It would be great if communication with parents was a priority for the schools.
what ever the school has to do to protect our children is fine with me!! i do think more should be done we need at least one armed person on the school grounds at all times.. all schools should have one.what ever they need to do'DO IT' i don't care who get's pissed off..
VOICE OF REASON

Colorado Springs, CO

#31 Jan 3, 2013
Teacher wrote:
<quoted text>
Maybe you should not only follow her in, but also have a seat and learn some proper grammar and punctuation skills. Your incessant rambling in run-on sentences is impossible to understand.
LOL - good one.
Parent

Owensboro, KY

#32 Jan 3, 2013
teacher frm another co wrote:
<quoted text>
good one. There are a lot of parents that need to cut the cord. There is a drop off line for a reason. Could u imagine if everyone came in to tell the teacher something every day? It would be chaos. There has to be procedures. This new thing they are doing is prolly for those parents that come in for every little whip stitch ... My kid has a runny nose...I didn't get the homework sheet...I sent a new folder...we didn't have a pencil last night...my kid has gas...blah blah blah...these parents are so annoying. let the kid go to school. If u need to tell them something, call or send a note. Idiot parents.
I bet that if you have a child that goes to the school you work at they walk in with you heck put them on the bus
FYI

Greenville, KY

#33 Jan 3, 2013
truth is wrote:
<quoted text> what ever the school has to do to protect our children is fine with me!! i do think more should be done we need at least one armed person on the school grounds at all times.. all schools should have one.what ever they need to do'DO IT' i don't care who get's pissed off..
There was an armed security guard at Columbine High School and an armed motorcycle patrolman nearby. Their presence didn't stop Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold.
havefaith

Eddyville, KY

#35 Jan 3, 2013
Well at least they are trying something. If they had done nothing then that would be a problem too. Everyone can not be pleased.
my wish

Greenville, KY

#36 Jan 3, 2013
Upset Mom wrote:
<quoted text>yes I did check her backpack and there wasn't a note in there and no one in her class got a note if Mr Wells is going to do all of this he should have made sure every teacher sent one home and maybe us parents that enjoy taking the time to get up and taking our little ones to school and walking them down to their pods and seeing what they have drawed or colored hanging up .that makes them feel good .
Pop your titty outta their mouth let them grow up some if you cannot spend more time with them at home then tough crap trying to do it at school
Mom

Rineyville, KY

#37 Jan 20, 2013
Really!
lol

Greenville, KY

#38 Jan 20, 2013
Upset Mom wrote:
<quoted text> don't waist your time I have already called the BOE this is not their rules this is Mr Wells rules I had to leave my 6 year old cryn in the hall while she watched another mom walk her kid to class if I can't walk my child to class the teachers shouldn't be able to either!!!!!
it's waste not waist. you might have been home schooled!

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