School Board Daniello a Genious

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Francor

Cortland, NY

#1 Oct 14, 2013
The guy should be the President! Bring RFA back to Turin St , where it belongs !
Francor is high

Brooklyn, NY

#2 Oct 14, 2013
are you high?
Jeff

Rome, NY

#3 Oct 14, 2013
Francor wrote:
The guy should be the President! Bring RFA back to Turin St , where it belongs !
We will just raise taxes and borrow. Maybe we could cut benefits for school staff and teachers. for 45 Million we could build a dandy new RFA and for an extra 5 or 6 million we could put a dome over the football field. Why not we love football and RFA plays 4 home games a year.
Fact

Rome, NY

#4 Oct 14, 2013
Francor wrote:
The guy should be the President! Bring RFA back to Turin St , where it belongs !
He should be board president he got the most votes. I hope they name the new RFA after him
He might burn it down

New York, NY

#5 Oct 14, 2013
Things burn when u eat that much profit sniffle
Larry

New York, NY

#6 Oct 14, 2013
Francor wrote:
The guy should be the President! Bring RFA back to Turin St , where it belongs !
This is not the real Frank, he's much,much brighter than than this!
Grumpy68

Tully, NY

#7 Oct 15, 2013
Larry wrote:
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This is not the real Frank, he's much,much brighter than than this!
Francor is NOT very bright!
Civil Service

Rome, NY

#8 Oct 15, 2013
New RFA will be built at old site. The board will push it through
Greg

Rome, NY

#9 Oct 15, 2013
RFA doesn't feel like RFA since they were at Griffiss Park. Test scores dropped every year and now are at the level of an inner city slum. The football team was always one of the best in the state. Every year since the move they got worse and they are a laughing stock.
Craig

Brooklyn, NY

#10 Oct 15, 2013
Greg wrote:
RFA doesn't feel like RFA since they were at Griffiss Park. Test scores dropped every year and now are at the level of an inner city slum. The football team was always one of the best in the state. Every year since the move they got worse and they are a laughing stock.
Yo, what are you smokin? Are you saying the reason for low test scores and struggling football team is because of the new location? Really?
Greg Sr

Rome, NY

#11 Oct 15, 2013
Craig wrote:
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Yo, what are you smokin? Are you saying the reason for low test scores and struggling football team is because of the new location? Really?
No because you and your offspring
project links

Canastota, NY

#12 Oct 15, 2013
Were coming to town.hopefully before profits are all snorted up
project links

Canastota, NY

#13 Oct 15, 2013
Fact wrote:
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He should be board president he got the most votes. I hope they name the new RFA after him
yuup.Scumbag high
Tony D

Utica, NY

#14 Oct 15, 2013
When it was on Turin Road, RFA was much more a part of the community. Kids walked to school, went to local spots for lunch and were much more connected. Its tough to explain but since the school moved to Griffiss, it doesn't feel representative of the community anymore. Its like they bus the kids to a different school district almost. Its not even accesible other by car, nobody's gonna walk up to the base if they forget something in their locker. I dont see how it contributes to the football program's decline, that one falls on coaches not being able or allowed to discipline and still motivate the players. Doesnt help that most of their parents are completely inadequate in their roles either but thats irrelevant. Building that new school was the biggest mistake Rome ever made IMO.
Grumpy68

Verona, NY

#15 Oct 16, 2013
Peromblem is that MOST of the kids are from a slm/wellie/prision family! they don't care! they trash RFA -that is the problem!Teachers that care more about the money than teaching! that is the problem!
Grumpy68

Verona, NY

#16 Oct 16, 2013
I'm glad MY kid flunked out in 10th grade & that welfare supports him! I told him, "why work when you can live off of welfare"!

Since: Sep 12

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#17 Oct 16, 2013
Grumpy68 wrote:
I'm glad MY kid flunked out in 10th grade & that welfare supports him! I told him, "why work when you can live off of welfare"!
Ha! You gave yourself away now Sandy. I believe you did tell Richard that. Now that he is going to be a father you talked him into quitting school last year. A Burger King job will not support his little family you know. LOOOOOOSSSSSEEEEERRR!
Tom Griffo

Rome, NY

#18 Oct 16, 2013
Tony D wrote:
When it was on Turin Road, RFA was much more a part of the community. Kids walked to school, went to local spots for lunch and were much more connected. Its tough to explain but since the school moved to Griffiss, it doesn't feel representative of the community anymore. Its like they bus the kids to a different school district almost. Its not even accesible other by car, nobody's gonna walk up to the base if they forget something in their locker. I dont see how it contributes to the football program's decline, that one falls on coaches not being able or allowed to discipline and still motivate the players. Doesnt help that most of their parents are completely inadequate in their roles either but thats irrelevant. Building that new school was the biggest mistake Rome ever made IMO.
Then blame the brain-dead a-holes who chose that site over the Anken site off of Turin Rd. When they were siting for a location Anken offered them a site up by his farm. The school board said it was too much. The GLDC sold that site to the school board for $1. Now its too far away. Well too f-ing bad!!! You stupid turds voted for a new high school & you got it. Live with it!!! Let the football team get their nuts kicked on the field. Just try and propose another new school at the board meetings...see what happens!
Mirror

Rome, NY

#19 Oct 16, 2013
Grumpy68 wrote:
Peromblem is that MOST of the kids are from a slm/wellie/prision family! they don't care! they trash RFA -that is the problem!Teachers that care more about the money than teaching! that is the problem!
You forgot spelling. Who's fault is that that you never learned how? Parents are to blame,not teachers or prisons. All behavior stems from the upbringing, or lack of.
Hey

Hampton, VA

#20 Oct 17, 2013
Grumpy68 wrote:
Peromblem is that MOST of the kids are from a slm/wellie/prision family! they don't care! they trash RFA -that is the problem!Teachers that care more about the money than teaching! that is the problem!
100 percent correct!Get rid of the prisions!

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