Sweltering heat convinces officials to send students home
As the Howard R. Yocum school closed early Wednesday afternoon because of oppressive heat, Steve Sauselein was outside the school holding his 14-month-old daughter and waiting for his son, Evan.
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Since: Jan 11
#1 Jun 10, 2011
The less the kids go to public union schools, the smarter they will get. And less communist propaganda too.
Since: Mar 11
#2 Jun 20, 2011
It is a shame,but we are raising a bunch of brainwashed sissys and entitled people.I never had A/C in school in Philly,we went to class when it was over 95 many times,guess what,we all lived!We didn't have A/C at home,we were lucky to have a fan in our bedrooms,still lived.What will these entitled ones do if our country has a major attack and the goverment can't hold their hands? Wake up people,stop depending on the system to take care of you from birth to the grave.Stop thinking that you are owed a living because the mainstream media and the liberals tells you so.Learn to think and to take care of yourself and your family before it is too late,just saying.
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