Tazewell Co. Schools
not moving

Port Republic, VA

#21 Oct 29, 2012
Henry McCarty wrote:
in my opinion not moving is just a strung out doper that would shoot up some poor child just to see what would happen... they are undoubtly living in a fantasy world..
I see you've reached the limits of your intelligence. And where ever I'm living, at least I'm living and not hiding from snowflakes like you stay-at-home woosies.
not moving

Port Republic, VA

#22 Oct 29, 2012
Henry McCarty wrote:
in my opinion not moving is just a strung out doper that would shoot up some poor child just to see what would happen... they are undoubtly living in a fantasy world..
You reached the limits of your intelligence back at comment #10. Maybe someday if you develope a profound increase in what little intelligence you have left you might be able to come up with a fact or two rather than just always opinions.

Whatever I am where ever I live, at least I'm living....as opposed to you skeerdy cats like you who stay at home hiding from snowflakes.
Well not moving

Cedar Bluff, VA

#23 Oct 29, 2012
If your run on sentence structures are any indication of your profound intelligence, I'll stay over on team dumb.
glad

Washington, DC

#24 Oct 29, 2012
Personally I am thankful that they didn't have school today and tommorrow. I think it is better to be safe than sorry especially with children's lives.
Henry McCarty

Cedar Bluff, VA

#25 Oct 29, 2012
"not moving" didn't just fall out of the stupid tree, he/she got dragged through the whole DUMBASS FOREST!!!!
Kenny

Tazewell, VA

#26 Oct 29, 2012
not moving wrote:
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And don't try to tell me the one in bad weather could have been prevented if schools were closed.
Ummmm? Of course it would have been prevented! Buses would not be running and therefore it would be impossible for them to wreck. And on another one of your misguided attempts to "sound" intelligent, the state and countries you listed aren't covered in snow most of the year. Do a little research before you reply and maybe, just maybe, you won't sound like a complete idiot.
Give me a break

Johnson City, TN

#27 Oct 29, 2012
You know, seriously don't give this guy another thought. Apparently he's sitting somewhere out of the weather because he has plenty of time for trolling. This guy just took a post about schools closing because of bad weather and turned it into an argument. I mean REALLY! Somebody has way to much time on their hands if they can complain about the county closing schools because of high winds, heavy snow, and ice. The sheriffs department posted on their site not to be out on the roads unless it's emergency. So, apparently if you are out not only could it be dangerous but you are also making their job harder. Geezz give us all a break "Troll"!
Snow u say

North Tazewell, VA

#28 Oct 29, 2012
It is the parents choice of whether to send them or not. More times than not it is the parents who would rather push their child off on a school than be a parent that has a complaint. Now as for the teachers...I have heard bickering all year about "grading papers at home", not having enough time to go to the bathroom or to eat lunch, well this is a great solution since you are paid to STAY AT HOME... why not require teachers to work a minimum of 5 full days of missed school to keep up their mounting load????? Ohh you dont want to? Guess you best not complain cause you really ARE paid to work at home if you choose to stay home on snow days!
my orgasms are infinite

North Tazewell, VA

#29 Oct 30, 2012
School is closed because the teachers and other school people would like a nice break every once in awhile

And sometimes the roads are so bad that it is literally impossible to get anywhere from where I live, Bus or otherwise, So please do everyone a favor and stop complaining about a snow day.

Would you prefer to deny the children such a happy occassion for them? They love the snow days and only a person of true evil would seek to deny them.
Wow

Cedar Bluff, VA

#30 Oct 30, 2012
Teachers are paid to work 200 days a year and they do. They are not paid to work on snow days. Students are required to attend 180 and the teachers 20 other days come from work days and paid holidays. If teachers worked on snow days, the students would not get their 180 days of instruction because after 200, teachers are not required to work. Has anyone ever wondered why they add days to the end of the school year whenever school is closed due to weather?
donkey balls

Richlands, VA

#31 Oct 30, 2012
not moving wrote:
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I see you've reached the limits of your intelligence. And where ever I'm living, at least I'm living and not hiding from snowflakes like you stay-at-home woosies.
Looking out here and about right now you sound pretty stupid.
Get a clue

Richlands, VA

#32 Oct 30, 2012
I am glad "Snow u say" is an expert about teachers and the days they get paid. Teachers are contracted 200 days a year. If teachers come in on snow days, then the county would have to pay them over time at the end of school because the students are required to go 180 days. I bet that would make county taxes go up a little. We better not do that!!!!! Next time be an expert somewhere else and stay out of the education field.
Snow u say

North Tazewell, VA

#33 Oct 30, 2012
ohh so u are telling me that in the pas 5 years teachers have worked ALL 200 days??? RIGHT!!! I know how many calendar days, holidays etc you get. When provisions are made to end school without teachers working all 200 day, then you get "FREE" paid days...Plus how many hours a day do u work???? 8?????

PS I AM in the education field...I know what goes on in the clasroom...I dont need u to tell me.
donkey balls

Richlands, VA

#34 Oct 30, 2012
Snow u say wrote:
ohh so u are telling me that in the pas 5 years teachers have worked ALL 200 days??? RIGHT!!! I know how many calendar days, holidays etc you get. When provisions are made to end school without teachers working all 200 day, then you get "FREE" paid days...Plus how many hours a day do u work???? 8?????
PS I AM in the education field...I know what goes on in the clasroom...I dont need u to tell me.
Hope you ain't teaching kids because you can't spell or write worth a s**t. You must work at the school bus garage.
Get a clue

Richlands, VA

#35 Oct 30, 2012
How many hour a day do most people work? That is just a dumb question. I agree with the last post, I hope you are not teaching English to my child. I document each and every hour and turn that in at the end of the school year. I would like for you to name those "FREE" paid days I get.
Wow

Cedar Bluff, VA

#36 Oct 30, 2012
So you write on topix about teachers and the education field and take that to mean you are "in it". There's no way you are employed in the education field for obvious reasons.
disrespectful

Richlands, VA

#37 Oct 30, 2012
I attend Richlands High School, and I do not appreciate the stereotype put on us that we all run around in the streets like yard apes. I'm an excellent student. Straight A's at that, and I live on jewel ridge. I haven't had power since Sunday night! Plus bluefield have over 4 inches sunday. Just because where you live doesn't have a lot of snow, doesn't mean the rest of tazewell county doesn't. The teachers do not choose when they close school, the school board does. So don't throw off on the teachers for school being closed. Maybe you stereotypical, disrespectful, adults should take in consideration the rest of Tazewell County, not just your own house whenever they are closing school. Because I thought the same thought of "why is school closed, there is no snow?" Until i turned on the news to see bluefield covered like a white blanket! God lord, adults these days..
Xoxo

Cedar Bluff, VA

#38 Oct 30, 2012
You meant GOod lord, I assume. And, I imagine not moving is one if your classmates. Both parties need to learn the value of a hot, sexy comma.
Snow

New Hope, VA

#39 Oct 30, 2012
I live in Richlands, but had to go to Tazewell early Monday and it was covered in snow, so I agree with a previous post, it may not be covered here, but Tazewell Co. isnt just Richlands, plus, when it comes to snow and ice, who in their right mind would even take a chance with their child's safety, I won't with mine..
Wowza

Cedar Bluff, VA

#40 Oct 31, 2012
Tazewell is closed Wednesday. Russell is on a 2 hr delay. Send them to Lebanon !

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