Public Schools in the Area

Public Schools in the Area

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Concerned Parent

Charleston, WV

#1 Jan 7, 2013
We are new to this area and have a child who will be entering Kindergarten in the fall! How is the schools system in the area? Any advice is appreciated! What are the best schools in the state, including public and private?
Single Mom

Princeton, WV

#2 Jan 8, 2013
My kids is going to Brookview and it are a great school. The teacher really care about them there. I gradated from Scott High and it are great too. You will get a first class educatun from Scott or Brookview. Best of all, you get the free breakfast and you wont have to feed them before they get on the bus.
Not what she said

Charleston, WV

#3 Jan 8, 2013
Concerned Parent wrote:
We are new to this area and have a child who will be entering Kindergarten in the fall! How is the schools system in the area? Any advice is appreciated! What are the best schools in the state, including public and private?
I sincerely hope that the previous poster is joking with her horrible grammar! The schools are good here, most are small & very family oriented. I believe Brookview is the largest elementary school & may not be as focused on individual attention for the kids; not because the teachers don't care, but due to numbers.

“Troll Stomper”

Since: Mar 10

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#4 Jan 8, 2013
The public schools here are a get what you put into them kind of thing. If your kid is motivated and determined to push themselves then it can be done. If your kid has trouble but is willing to work at it, then they can find the help they need. But if your kid just wants to coast by and learn as little as possible then that can happen also. Small town politics do apply. Bullying usually isn't bad. Limited access to more advanced technology in science departments. But good teachers usually make up for that.
Cactus

Kenna, WV

#5 Jan 8, 2013
Yes your children can also obtain the quality education that Doofy has obtained and receive welfare and other government services in order to avoid real work. Your children may also be able to lounge around all day on the internet using the tax money of less intelligent working class individuals who are not wise enough to game the systems as he learned in the public education setting. Your children may be able to gain access to quality programs such as, and not including up to all of the following: SSI, Disability, Welfare, and Food Stamps. For a complete list contact BC Doofy and re: how have to gotten out of work in your lifetime. To further improve the amount of people able to escape from work on the backs of the working class vote democrat.

“Troll Stomper”

Since: Mar 10

Location hidden

#6 Jan 8, 2013
Cactus wrote:
Yes your children can also obtain the quality education that Doofy has obtained and receive welfare and other government services in order to avoid real work. Your children may also be able to lounge around all day on the internet using the tax money of less intelligent working class individuals who are not wise enough to game the systems as he learned in the public education setting. Your children may be able to gain access to quality programs such as, and not including up to all of the following: SSI, Disability, Welfare, and Food Stamps. For a complete list contact BC Doofy and re: how have to gotten out of work in your lifetime. To further improve the amount of people able to escape from work on the backs of the working class vote democrat.
Sounds like another pissy ass bitch come to cry. Get over it. Get a life. Get a clue. Only cowards come here and talk shit. Don't care who you are. Be jealous all you like. If you don't want to work then come say this shit to my face, promise that no one will ever expect you to work again afterwards.
Moe

Lubbock, TX

#7 Jan 8, 2013
Idiot! Parents send their children to school and expect miracles. When I was young, homework was brought home and parents helped. Now, parents send them to school and want the school to be responsible for their upbringing! Children and teachers need help, don't expect that by sending your kids to school that your a good parent!
Teacher

Kenna, WV

#8 Jan 9, 2013
Moe wrote:
Idiot! Parents send their children to school and expect miracles. When I was young, homework was brought home and parents helped. Now, parents send them to school and want the school to be responsible for their upbringing! Children and teachers need help, don't expect that by sending your kids to school that your a good parent!
Parents are too stupid to help with homework. That's why we have to have the after school program.
Cactus

Kenna, WV

#9 Jan 9, 2013
Wow you are just so intimidating. Jealous of some lazy pile of crap sitting around all the time that won't work? LOL I guess reality stings doesn't it?

“Troll Stomper”

Since: Mar 10

Location hidden

#10 Jan 9, 2013
Cactus wrote:
Wow you are just so intimidating. Jealous of some lazy pile of crap sitting around all the time that won't work? LOL I guess reality stings doesn't it?
Yea must be since you aren't using your name. What else besides jealousy would it be? I mean apparently you think not working is better than working, why else would you bring it up? My reality really isn't that bad. Got some medical problems but that's about it. I'd hate to imagine how bad your reality is that you feel the need to come trash talk me on a thread about local schools. Sounds like someone needs a hobby other than harassing others. I know someone you should meet. You and him would get along great. He spends all his time stirring shit or cheating at local sporting events. That is when he isn't browsing for hookers.

“Troll Stomper”

Since: Mar 10

Location hidden

#11 Jan 9, 2013
Back to the topic, you can get as much out of the schools as you are willing to put in. I've seen kids go on to scholarships at both Harvard and MIT. Multiple kids have been selected to attended military elite institutions like West Point and the US Naval Academy. It's pretty regular to have dozens of students go on to private colleges and public universities. Lots of kids even manage to graduate with some college credits under their belts. Lots of after school activities, sports, academic competitions, public speaking, theater, etc.
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“Call me Walter”

Since: Nov 10

Dyersburg, TN

#14 Jan 9, 2013
BC Doofy wrote:
Back to the topic, you can get as much out of the schools as you are willing to put in.
Doofus, that applies to everything in life. You wouldn't know that though.
I've seen kids go on to scholarships at both Harvard and MIT. Multiple kids have been selected to attended military elite institutions like West Point and the US Naval Academy. It's pretty regular to have dozens of students go on to private colleges and public universities. Lots of kids even manage to graduate with some college credits under their belts. Lots of after school activities, sports, academic competitions, public speaking, theater, etc.
And then there's you.
Cactus

Kenna, WV

#15 Jan 9, 2013
BC Doofy wrote:
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Sounds like another pissy ass bitch come to cry. Get over it. Get a life. Get a clue. Only cowards come here and talk shit. Don't care who you are. Be jealous all you like. If you don't want to work then come say this shit to my face, promise that no one will ever expect you to work again afterwards.
Wow you are the toughest narcoleptic fat disabled bum I've met in "the BC". Your false bravado doesn't makes you less a piece of garbage. Why wouldn't anyone be jealous of you in all of your glory.

“Troll Stomper”

Since: Mar 10

Location hidden

#16 Jan 9, 2013
Cactus wrote:
<quoted text>Wow you are the toughest narcoleptic fat disabled bum I've met in "the BC". Your false bravado doesn't makes you less a piece of garbage. Why wouldn't anyone be jealous of you in all of your glory.
You still aren't signing your name there big man.
Cactus

Kenna, WV

#17 Jan 9, 2013
Big man? Isn't that you. Really what kind of idiot tells their names? Oh that's right, your kind.
Earnest-T-Bass

Norman, OK

#18 Jan 9, 2013
make sure your childs hair is cut real short. that school is riddled with head lice from the welfare recipient kids.
Oh no

Lansing, WV

#19 Jan 9, 2013
Earnest-T-Bass wrote:
make sure your childs hair is cut real short. that school is riddled with head lice from the welfare recipient kids.
Actually lice like clean hair, they can hold on better.

“Troll Stomper”

Since: Mar 10

Location hidden

#20 Jan 9, 2013
Cactus wrote:
Big man? Isn't that you. Really what kind of idiot tells their names? Oh that's right, your kind.
If you ain't scared then why hide??
Earnest-T-Bass

Norman, OK

#21 Jan 9, 2013
Oh no wrote:
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Actually lice like clean hair, they can hold on better.
i didnt know that thanks. but you will find alot of lice in welfare kids hair. bed bug bites too.
Oh no

Lansing, WV

#22 Jan 9, 2013
Earnest-T-Bass wrote:
<quoted text>i didnt know that thanks. but you will find alot of lice in welfare kids hair. bed bug bites too.
Thats probably because to get rid of it the ENTIRE house has to be treated, most are too lazy to do that! They will treat the kid's head & not the house then wonder why they keep getting it!

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