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hailey _yeager

Trinity, TX

#61 May 6, 2013
why dont the school worrie about the students education then the who there getting rid of its time for some of the teachers to start careing and acturaly teach us stuff then just sit down and not do anything if u graduate from trinity isd its like ur compleating the 8th grade u dont learn anything here and they wonder why so many students have droped out
More concerned

Lockhart, TX

#62 May 6, 2013
Lol2 wrote:
Every coach wants their players to be more successful in the win column. That's a given. I guess only time will tell. I will keep track of the girls and see if the new coach can get some wins.
I hope the softball team will have success as we have had in baseball. Good luck.
Billy

Lockhart, TX

#63 May 6, 2013
More concerned wrote:
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I hope the softball team will have success as we have had in baseball. Good luck.
The softball program has had success in the past. This past season was a crazy year for Coach Stout. Losing key players to pregnancy caused some issues that the softball girls had to learn to adapt to. Coach Stout had the program headed in the right direction. Next season is a gimme. The girls will be getting the extra help needed to be successfull and they will be successfull. The success that the girls have next season will not be on reflection of a new coach. It will all be based on the efforts of the girls that have been playing in league and travel ball. Personally I feel that Trinity is making a big mistake letting Coach Stout go. Ask the kids! Isn't that who it's suppose to be about?
faith

Austin, TX

#64 May 7, 2013
amen... coach stout is one of the few coasches that can get through to the kids because he care
PMK

United States

#65 May 7, 2013
faith wrote:
amen... coach stout is one of the few coasches that can get through to the kids because he care
maybe that's the problem???
faith

Austin, TX

#66 May 8, 2013
the problem is the idots who is makeing the decission who is going to teach and coach the kids but have not enter act with the kids themself they hire their friends and family and dont care who or what is best for our kids
Thinking out loud

Marquez, TX

#67 May 9, 2013
I wish some of you who are posting would go back and read your posts. It might make you reflect on the need for a better academic program rather than the intense focus on sports. It is really sad. Check your spelling before you post. It doesn't serve you well to criticize when you can't spell the words you are trying to convey.
William

United States

#68 May 9, 2013
Thinking out loud wrote:
I wish some of you who are posting would go back and read your posts. It might make you reflect on the need for a better academic program rather than the intense focus on sports. It is really sad. Check your spelling before you post. It doesn't serve you well to criticize when you can't spell the words you are trying to convey.
Wow
Positive

Midland, TX

#69 May 10, 2013
No! Electricty until May 20th in some areas. WOW
Not from here THANK GOD

Dahlonega, GA

#70 May 11, 2013
Thinking out loud wrote:
I wish some of you who are posting would go back and read your posts. It might make you reflect on the need for a better academic program rather than the intense focus on sports. It is really sad. Check your spelling before you post. It doesn't serve you well to criticize when you can't spell the words you are trying to convey.
You are so correct. These posts show the ignorance of this town. How sad!

“Vote”

Since: May 12

Houston

#71 May 11, 2013
Not from here THANK GOD wrote:
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You are so correct. These posts show the ignorance of this town. How sad!
You've got to be from somewhere, Sweet Pea.What blessed metropolis do you call jump street?
Be careful

Port Neches, TX

#72 May 11, 2013
Thinking out loud wrote:
I wish some of you who are posting would go back and read your posts. It might make you reflect on the need for a better academic program rather than the intense focus on sports. It is really sad. Check your spelling before you post. It doesn't serve you well to criticize when you can't spell the words you are trying to convey.
I can certainly appreciate your point of view regarding the importance of accurate spelling, particularly in posts that question the intellect and decision-making of school administrators. Since you are so quick to criticize those whose writing skills are inferior to your own, I must point out that your own post is filled with less that perfect writing mechanics. I won't waste the time to point out each one of your errors, but I will remind you that in writing, one does not "try to convey WORDS" (as you incorrectly indicated in the last sentence of your post). Rather, a person USES WORDS in an effort to convey MEANING.

The truth is, even those of us who are well educated and highly skilled writers rarely edit our posts for perfection. Posts are not meant for scholarly publications; they are merely the opinions of the masses, usually written with little attention to grammatical correctness and writing mechanics. I ask you, therefore, to judge the value of each post based on the accuracy of the statements therein, as opposed to the writer's level of education or ability to spell. We live in a fabulously free country in which the opinion and vote of an uneducated poor spellers counts exactly as much as yours and mine-- So be nice-- It's feels much better than being mean :)

(and yes-- I know-- my causal writing style in this post is not fit for professional publication--- I didn't intend for it to be-- but if you'd like to criticize it, please feel free-- just please leave the less educated alone-- and just for the record-- I agree with them about the decisions being made at Trinity ISD. The current superintendent is a disgrace to public education and to the human race in general.... and the people who defend him-- even those who can spell-- are frighteningly naive.
Think to yourself

Port Neches, TX

#73 May 11, 2013
Thinking out loud wrote:
I wish some of you who are posting would go back and read your posts. It might make you reflect on the need for a better academic program rather than the intense focus on sports. It is really sad. Check your spelling before you post. It doesn't serve you well to criticize when you can't spell the words you are trying to convey.
Why would you bother sharing your thoughts if you have nothing to add except criticism for other posters? That's arrogant and pompous-- not to mention, silly. Unless you can "think" of something relevant to the discussion, you should consider thinking silently, instead of out loud.

“Vote”

Since: May 12

Houston

#74 May 11, 2013
Be careful wrote:
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I can certainly appreciate your point of view regarding the importance of accurate spelling, particularly in posts that question the intellect and decision-making of school administrators. Since you are so quick to criticize those whose writing skills are inferior to your own, I must point out that your own post is filled with less that perfect writing mechanics. I won't waste the time to point out each one of your errors, but I will remind you that in writing, one does not "try to convey WORDS" (as you incorrectly indicated in the last sentence of your pokst). Rather, a person USES WORDS in an effort to convey MEANING.
The truth is, even those of us who are well educated and highly skilled writers rarely edit our posts for perfection. Posts are not meant for scholarly publications; they are merely the opinions of the masses, usually written with little attention to grammatical correctness and writing mechanics. I ask you, therefore, to judge the value of each post based on the accuracy of the statements therein, as opposed to the writer's level of education or ability to spell. We live in a fabulously free country in which the opinion and vote of an uneducated poor spellers counts exactly as much as yours and mine-- So be nice-- It's feels much better than being mean :)
(and yes-- I know-- my causal writing style in this post is not fit for professional publication--- I didn't intend for it to be-- but if you'd like to criticize it, please feel free-- just please leave the less educated alone-- and just for the record-- I agree with them about the decisions being made at Trinity ISD. The current superintendent is a disgrace to public education and to the human race in general.... and the people who defend him-- even those who can spell-- are frighteningly naive.
Yes, folks its true! No matter how shockingly uninformed one may be,that shockingly uninformed vote counts just as much as a thoughtful, well formulated vote from an intelligent, caring individual!! Government of the Least Common Denominator! Yayy for us!
Be careful

Port Neches, TX

#75 May 12, 2013
It's an imperfect system, no doubt, but it is still the best system in the world. I too wish every person was highly informed and every opinion, well thought out. But the truth is, one's ability to spell (or lack thereof) is hardly indicative of how much thought has gone into his or her opinion. I wasn't making a political statement by any means (I'm actually very conservative, if it matters). I was merely pointing out that a person's lack of formal education doesn't necessarily render his or her point of view worthless..... That's all : )

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