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Kim Calloway

Las Vegas, NV

#1 Jan 18, 2006
No High School Diploma. Is this true?
Kim Calloway

Las Vegas, NV

#2 Jan 18, 2006
Sec. for Supt. of Quanah ISD does not have High School Diploma.
It's TRUE....Ask her!
THINK ABOUT IT

Arlington, TX

#3 Feb 6, 2007
Who know's and who cares? Is she she doing a good job? If the answer is yes then leave her alone. If the answer is no then ask her to resign. If you have something personal against this person why not have the guts to do it in person instead of attacks on the web. All that shows is you are a coward. Grow up would ya!
IT SHOULDNT MATTER

United States

#4 May 4, 2007
YOU KNOW WHAT...WHO CARES WHAT SHES GOT...SHE IS A KIND, FRIENDLY, LOVING INDIVIDUAL. AS LONG AS HER WORK IS BEING DONE IN A PERFESSIONAL MANNER THAN IT SHOULDNT MATTER. SHE HAS BEEN THERE FOR MANY YEARS NOW???!!! BESIDES WE ALL KNOW WHO STARTED THIS DILIMA..SO WHATS YOUR POINT??? LIKE THEY SAID GROW UP...IF YOU HAVE A ISSUE WITH THIS PERSON GO UP TO THEM DONT BE A COWARD AND POST IT ON THE INTERNET...WE KNOW WHO YOU ARE...GET A LIFE AND MOVE ON!!!
MOVE ON

United States

#5 May 4, 2007
SO THIS MUST BE THE EX MAKING THIS SUCH AN ISSUE. WHY???
MAYBE TO GET REVENGE...REVENGE FROM WHAT??
WHATEVER IT IS...MAKES NO SENSE!! I THINK YOU NEED TO MOVE ON SUCKA...BECAUSE WHAT EVER YOU ARE TRYING TO GET STARTED..AINT WORKING!!.....GET A LIFE!! AND LEAVE KIM OUT OF THIS.....MOOOOVVVVEEEEE ONNNNN
MOVE ON

United States

#6 May 4, 2007
Kim Calloway wrote:
No High School Diploma. Is this true?
SHUUUUTTTT UP....
sad for quanah

Bellevue, TX

#7 Feb 20, 2010
For shame. I know a lot of people in clerical positions who do not hold a high school diploma.

I would be much more concerned to find out that the school superintendent didn't.

On a brighter note, YIPPEEE!!!!!, finally he AND Coach Mac are retiring, so maybe our school system can move back to an educational emphasis and put athletics back where it belongs-- on the back burner.
panda

Wichita Falls, TX

#8 Feb 20, 2010
really sports on the back burner really if they didn't have sports quanah would be a shit town retards!!!!!!
gimme_a_break

Van Nuys, CA

#9 Feb 21, 2010
I'm for sports on the back burner. I'm more concerned with the kids learning to add/subtract/read/write and so forth. That's just my personal opinion. I'm not a retard or anything.
Quanah lady

Wichita Falls, TX

#10 Feb 21, 2010
My son played football in Quanah and is far from being a retard. My daughter is very involved in things at school and is far from being a retard. My youngest is ADHD and he gets very little help from any of his teachers. He's not in any sports or band or any of the things his brother and sister were at his age because I am more concerned about his grades than how good a football player he is. I have no problem with the sports and other activities they have. I have always encouraged my kids to be involved. What they need to do is work more on basic skills and learning that those TAKS tests. That seems to be the only thing they worry about teaching is how to pass it. I also went to school here back before they had TAKS tests. I don't understand the purpose of them. You can be a straight A student and if you don't pass them you don't graduate! Don't blame the problems of QISD on sports. The state needs to do away with some of the rules of those tests. they also need teachers that are willing to take the time to help students like my son and others like him (i know of several) and stop screaming UP THEIR MEDS!!!

Since: Feb 10

Tampa, FL

#11 Feb 21, 2010
lol. i find this very catty. I personal think Kim is doing a GREAT job and i would think everyone else does as well since she has been there forever and a day. I would be willing to bet that whoever wrote that couldn't do kim's job But i would like to wath them try.

Since: Feb 10

Graham, TX

#12 Feb 22, 2010
Quanah lady wrote:
That seems to be the only thing they worry about teaching is how to pass it (TAKS).
Unfortunately we have "big wig bureaucrats", who have not stepped in an school room in years, dictating what and how things are to taught to our children. It's time to get back to the basics and teach our kids REAL education.
sad for quanah

Bellevue, TX

#13 Feb 22, 2010
Panda wrote, "really sports on the back burner really if they didn't have sports quanah would be a shit town retards!!!!!!"

Obviously, "panda" was one of Quanah's sports products.

I have no problem with athletics in school -- as an after school program. You want to play baseketball, football, baseball, run track--- knock your socks off, after you finish learning your English, history, math and science.

There is altogether too much emphasis on athletics and not enough on academics. And as for the teaching staff, Quanah has some excellent teachers who really care about the education of their students. Quanah also has some dolts working up there that show up with the express purpose of getting a pay check and nothing else.

The children of this school sytem deserve more, and given that I personally don't remember that many students from Quanah making their living in professional sports, educating them is a far better alternatvie for the long haul.

I am not going to get into a spitting contest with you over this, as everyone is entitled to their opinion. Personally, I think that school system sucks, as evidenced by its receiving a substandard ranking from the state numerous times, and that the retirement of Coach Mac and Terry Allen are possibly the best things to happen to this district in 30 years.

I will adhere to my thoughts you adhere to yours, and we will amicably agree to disagree.
bigbob

Quanah, TX

#14 Feb 22, 2010
i have family in quanah who attend the school. None of which are retarded. So watch your mouth
Concerned Mother-Citizen

Van Nuys, CA

#15 Feb 22, 2010
This is another thing I am concerned about...sending my children to school here...they are not yet old enough but I attended QISD all my years and it's just a joke!!! MOST of the teachers are horrible..NOT ALL OF THEM! We still have a few good ones but not many! Personally I am so glad Coach Mac retired...this was much needed!!!!
Quanah Lady

Wichita Falls, TX

#16 Feb 22, 2010
I've never had a problem with the high school and Jr. high teachers. It's blways been at regan. I think there needs to be some checking done into the 5th & 6th grade math teacher. when my two oldest were at regan she taught social studies, and now she teaches math. My oldest is about to graduate college to be a math teacher and he said she has no clue what she is doing. I never had trouble with my kids in math untill she started teaching it. I have talked to several people around town that have had nothing but trouble from this teacher and her teaching methods. My youngest son has always had good grades in math untill now.
Quanah Mom

Van Nuys, CA

#17 Feb 22, 2010
I have to take up for the math teacher. My child has her for math and has absolutely no problem. She makes herself available to the kids twice a day. After lunch and after school. I have an older child who had her and did well in her class.
ur princess

Van Nuys, CA

#18 Feb 22, 2010
if we are talking about ms. robinson, i like her. all of my dealings with her have been very positive.
Unknown

Wichita Falls, TX

#19 Feb 22, 2010
panda wrote:
really sports on the back burner really if they didn't have sports quanah would be a shit town retards!!!!!!
That was very rude. Watch your mouth please because there are a lot of smart people from Quanah that do sports and keep a high average.
sad for quanah

Denver, CO

#20 Feb 22, 2010
Therein lies the problem. I too attended Quanah, graduated there in fact and remember well the bias, discrimination and general "could care less" attitude of the teachers.

My own child graduated there -- not without much fuss and attendance by me for teacher inattention to detail and lack of guidance.

Parents need to stop their constant complaining to each other and start complaining to the school board and administration. If there is no relief, how about getting involved and actually voting for the members of the board --- make your voice heard, and your concerns.

I think we probably need new blood on the board, forward-looking individuals who want to see the QISD improve and fully explore and grow the potential of its students. Quanah doesn't lack for intellectual talent, only teachers with the talent to bring it forth. Coach Holcomb seems to be truly interested in his students on and off the field and we need an entire faculty just like him --- caring, interested and dedicated.

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