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#64
Jul 30, 2008
 
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OK let me get this right....some of you think it is ok for a child to stand up in class and throw a book in the floor and refuse to do work, hit a teacher, curse a teacher and call him/her names such as bitch, stupid, etc. in front of all the other kids in the class might I add, walk out of class after being told not too, continue to talk and cause interruptions in class after repeatedly being asked to be quiet, and many many other things that some kids decide to do. You can't tell me that doesn't deserve a paddling. The thing is, you can call parents and they don't do anything about the behavior once the child comes home and the child will come back to school and tell you their parents done nothing about their behavior after you called home. In fact, alot of kids will tell you "go ahead and call home my parents don't care". Children are at school to learn NOT to make asses of themselves and bully other children and staff members. I say if they can't behave (since they can't be paddled) send them home and let their parents deal with them until their attitude changes. Once the parents get a good feel of them for a week or two then maybe they might start busting their asses and making them mind. Of course parents that don't want their children paddled are the exact parents that don't care what their children do at home. It carries over from home to school. Teachers have no one to blame except parents. Since some parents don't want to discipline their chilren or let someone who has to take care of them all day long and can't paddle them for their behavior I say let the parents come in and take a paddling for their kids. To those of you who think their children do no wrong in school....THINK again....go to school and watch your kids sometimes....you'd be surprised!
you are a complete idiot. You do not have to spank your child to show them you care. You can teach your child wrong from right without hitting them.
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#65
Jul 30, 2008
 
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OK let me get this right....some of you think it is ok for a child to stand up in class and throw a book in the floor and refuse to do work, hit a teacher, curse a teacher and call him/her names such as bitch, stupid, etc. in front of all the other kids in the class might I add, walk out of class after being told not too, continue to talk and cause interruptions in class after repeatedly being asked to be quiet, and many many other things that some kids decide to do. You can't tell me that doesn't deserve a paddling. The thing is, you can call parents and they don't do anything about the behavior once the child comes home and the child will come back to school and tell you their parents done nothing about their behavior after you called home. In fact, alot of kids will tell you "go ahead and call home my parents don't care". Children are at school to learn NOT to make asses of themselves and bully other children and staff members. I say if they can't behave (since they can't be paddled) send them home and let their parents deal with them until their attitude changes. Once the parents get a good feel of them for a week or two then maybe they might start busting their asses and making them mind. Of course parents that don't want their children paddled are the exact parents that don't care what their children do at home. It carries over from home to school. Teachers have no one to blame except parents. Since some parents don't want to discipline their chilren or let someone who has to take care of them all day long and can't paddle them for their behavior I say let the parents come in and take a paddling for their kids. To those of you who think their children do no wrong in school....THINK again....go to school and watch your kids sometimes....you'd be surprised!
I take issue with what you said about, parents who dont want thier children paddled are the exact parents who do not care what thier kids do at home. You are wrong there, many parents dont approve of paddling, that doesnt mean they dont care what thier children do. That's just stupid.
I believe in discipling my children especially if they act up like you were talking about in the beginning of your post. I just dont believe we can give a teacher or principal the authority to paddle our children. How do you know if the paddling was really justified? Maybe the teacher is having a bad day that day and just wants to take out thier frustration on someone. You know that would happen, we are human. You hear of crazy things happening ever day. But the main reason is this,so what if a kid doesnt get the paddling he might have deserved, we should be able to accept that because there is always the chance that a kid could be getting a paddling for something he didnt deserve. Have you ever thought of that? Maybe you have a teacher that really likes to paddle kids, i mean really "likes" it in a perverted way. There are perverts everywhere. How do I know this? because it happened to me. I was told by my teacher that I had to receive 10 licks. I could take them all in one day, or 2 a day for 5 days, I chose the five days. So every day for a week I had to go outside in the hallway and put my hands up on the wall, assume the position you might say, and even before i got the first lick, my "teacher" had to rub the paddle all over my backside looking for the "perfect spot" he said. My crime? whispering secrets to my best friend, like little girls do. whispering...that was all. I was 11 years old
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Jul 30, 2008
 
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I take issue with what you said about, parents who dont want thier children paddled are the exact parents who do not care what thier kids do at home. You are wrong there, many parents dont approve of paddling, that doesnt mean they dont care what thier children do. That's just stupid.
I believe in discipling my children especially if they act up like you were talking about in the beginning of your post. I just dont believe we can give a teacher or principal the authority to paddle our children. How do you know if the paddling was really justified? Maybe the teacher is having a bad day that day and just wants to take out thier frustration on someone. You know that would happen, we are human. You hear of crazy things happening ever day. But the main reason is this,so what if a kid doesnt get the paddling he might have deserved, we should be able to accept that because there is always the chance that a kid could be getting a paddling for something he didnt deserve. Have you ever thought of that? Maybe you have a teacher that really likes to paddle kids, i mean really "likes" it in a perverted way. There are perverts everywhere. How do I know this? because it happened to me. I was told by my teacher that I had to receive 10 licks. I could take them all in one day, or 2 a day for 5 days, I chose the five days. So every day for a week I had to go outside in the hallway and put my hands up on the wall, assume the position you might say, and even before i got the first lick, my "teacher" had to rub the paddle all over my backside looking for the "perfect spot" he said. My crime? whispering secrets to my best friend, like little girls do. whispering...that was all. I was 11 years old
How do you discipline your child? I keep asking and no one answers.
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Jul 30, 2008
 
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<quoted text>How do you discipline your child? I keep asking and no one answers.
To tell you the truth, that is not really that much of a problem at my house. My kids have chores that they do every day. They do these chores to get to do the things they want to do, or buy things they want with their allowance. If they do do something wrong, they get thier priveleges taken away. It doesnt happen much, but sometimes. They have NEVER been hit, or paddled, and they are happy kids.
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#68
Jul 30, 2008
 
Maybe thats why your child does wrong! Have you ever noticed that ALOT of parents whoop thier kids and then AS SOON as they get done they hug them and tell them "I love you"? Thats why alot of kids don't pay ANY attention to thier parents!

Is it true or not?
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#69
Jul 30, 2008
 
when i was in school we were paddeled when we didn't mind, that taught us to follow rules or else. We were smart enough to know you don't go around hitting people, the teachers and principals deff. had more control over the students then they do now

the ones that think there kids do no wrong ha-ha,
get real, those are usally the worst ones, because they know they are not going to get in trouble at home
and as far as violence goes i bet most kids have those extreamly violent video games in front of them
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Jul 30, 2008
 
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To tell you the truth, that is not really that much of a problem at my house. My kids have chores that they do every day. They do these chores to get to do the things they want to do, or buy things they want with their allowance. If they do do something wrong, they get thier priveleges taken away. It doesnt happen much, but sometimes. They have NEVER been hit, or paddled, and they are happy kids.
Good, positive reinforcement instead of negative consequences.

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#71
Jul 30, 2008
 
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when i was in school we were paddeled when we didn't mind, that taught us to follow rules or else. We were smart enough to know you don't go around hitting people, the teachers and principals deff. had more control over the students then they do now
the ones that think there kids do no wrong ha-ha,
get real, those are usally the worst ones, because they know they are not going to get in trouble at home
and as far as violence goes i bet most kids have those extreamly violent video games in front of them
Wrong it did not teach you to follow rules. It also taught you to hit your own children. You learn by example.
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Wrong it did not teach you to follow rules. It also taught you to hit your own children. You learn by example.
Paddelings never taught me to hit my own kids, it taught me to mind
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you are a complete idiot. You do not have to spank your child to show them you care. You can teach your child wrong from right without hitting them.
Me the idiot? How about you? Seems like the last time I seen you you were pregnant and acting younger than the fetus you were carrying. Maybe that's what you needed growing up was a good ass whipping Nikki!
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Spare the rod, spoil the child.

Paddeling never killed anybody. It was the deterent that was visible behind the teacher's desk that was there for a reason. Rich or poor, children are children. I was paddeled and I didn't hit my child. That is a bunch of crap created by some psycholgist who probably never had children but made loads of money from the idea. Children have to have boundaries, this is how they learn. There is a huge difference between beating and spanking. Discipline has to be approached differently with children. It must be age appropriate. By the time they are teenagers, start taking their "stuff" like the phone, computer, car, and so on. That always got mines attention. Get Dr. Phil's book, he'll tell you the same thing. I raised mine long before Dr. Phil came along and he is a wonderful young man who has never given us a moments worth of trouble.

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Aug 1, 2008
 
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Me the idiot? How about you? Seems like the last time I seen you you were pregnant and acting younger than the fetus you were carrying. Maybe that's what you needed growing up was a good ass whipping Nikki!
You are crazy. If thats the case, you haven't saw me in three years. And from the stupid things you say it sounds like you still have alot of growing up to do. You really do not know me at all.
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You are crazy. If thats the case, you haven't saw me in three years. And from the stupid things you say it sounds like you still have alot of growing up to do. You really do not know me at all.
Well, I knew enough to know when you came on here asking about Steve Newby that you were trying to get some dirt on your own husband. So obviously I know who you are now don't I? You are the one needing to grow up...come on here trying to dig up dirt on your own husband. That's really funny and childish might I add! Also, calling me an idiot. Now is that not childish? All because I voiced my opinion you resort to name calling. Want to talk about childish. You need to grow up. Back on topic please!
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Aug 12, 2008
 
Spare the rod, spoil the child. I say lay it to them....
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#79
May 22, 2009
 
I got spanked at school and had to bring home a discipline slip for mom to sign, and then I got a ten times worse spanking! At school it was only 3 or 4 whacks with your pants up, at home it was a bare butt belting until mom or dad felt like stopping!
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#80
May 22, 2009
 
Paddleing is ok if it someone else kid , usually done very unfair in school the one that get spank usually are the poorer kids. I receive plenty spanking in school didn't put much fear in me.
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#81
May 22, 2009
 
I agree with paddling in school! I think if parents don't want their kids paddled and their kids don't behave at school they should be sent home to stay with mommy or daddy until their behavior is better. Too many kids running the show these days. They know the teachers and prinicpals can't do anything to them and boy do they play on that fact.

As for the one who said at the start of this thread, that there is no "alternative school" here, YES, there is an alternative school here. As a matter of fact, there is an alternative school right next door to SLHS and you also have a day treatment in the old Bush building. I think the day treatment is for kids with behavior issues. Don't know if the place helps them or not but that is where alot of your badly behaved children go.
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#82
May 23, 2009
 
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It's not a Laurel Co. policy, it is statewide.However,if the parent signs and gives permission, the child may be paddled. I agree 100% Snoope, when you took the fear of the paddle away, the teacher then lost control over the situation. Nowadays kids want to be sent to detention, thats where all their friends are and it becomes a game, a status symbol, and a way to get out of class. My mom knew before I got home how my day went and that was long before cell phones. Those phones are another topic.
This is TRUE! My daughter attends school at Williamsburg...All I would have to do is sign a permission slip for the principal and if the crime is harsh enough, she has to "do the time"
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#83
May 23, 2009
 
YES,it is a Laurel County policy. Laurel County tries to be the best at everything. Even if it means making the teachers and principals take B.S. off the kids. Not all kids are bad, but there are some kids out there that don't have an ounce of respect for anyone including themselves. As someone else said, expelling them from school is just a vacation. These kids don't care to be kicked out of school for a few days. That just means they can sleep in for the day.
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May 23, 2009
 
did you sign the slip

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