Home schooling

Oct 20, 2012 Full story: Times News 80

Loki Rucca sits at a picnic table on a recent sunny day, happily pulling small squares printed with math questions from a wooden box.

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Katie Mellish

UK

#64 Jan 8, 2013
Largelanguage wrote:
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He is clueless lol.
....And so are you happy new year arse wipe LOL xx.
Really

Lehighton, PA

#65 Jan 8, 2013
With the spelling, grammar, and no caps where there should be, you were approved to home school ? Maybe the Bloomsburg attendee can teach you once she graduates.

Since: Dec 11

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#66 Jan 9, 2013
Really wrote:
With the spelling, grammar, and no caps where there should be, you were approved to home school ? Maybe the Bloomsburg attendee can teach you once she graduates.
This is a blog. Lmao. Not school.
01imjustsayin@gm ail.com

Mobile, AL

#67 Jan 28, 2013
futtbucker wrote:
I got a doctorate in medicine from my uncle Bubba. He makes the best meth in NEPA. He sells most of it in the Tamaqua area.
LOL
01imjustsayin@gm ail.com

Mobile, AL

#68 Jan 28, 2013
MaltaMon wrote:
It should read, "shouldn't he or she pay attention to the syntax of his or her statement.. etc" Making a mess of my insistence on the use of proper grammar, aren't I? lol Sorry.
And the grammar nazi strikes again
01imjustsayin@gm ail.com

Mobile, AL

#69 Jan 28, 2013
I'm from mobile, al where the schools are crap. We have been homeschooling our children for the past three years now, and they love it. It has really brought our family closer together. Homeschooling brings a freedom that has caused our kids to really grow into their own. Best decision we've ever made.

Since: Feb 13

Suri, India

#70 Feb 2, 2013
hello,
Well i don't think Home schooling is a better option as in this way children will not get a chance to interact with the surrounding people and meet his classmates, he will be limited to his home only
ImNotTiredAtAll

Meadville, PA

#71 Feb 2, 2013
Kaatte123 wrote:
hello,
Well i don't think Home schooling is a better option as in this way children will not get a chance to interact with the surrounding people and meet his classmates, he will be limited to his home only
I use to believe the same thing,not anymore.The public school system is broken administrators and teachers have abdicated their authority to lawyers and the police,the kids now have no respect for any of them and now the schools are dangerous.I don't have any kids in school these days but I I did I would really consider home schooling,if I was in a situation where one parent could stay home with the kids.

Since: Dec 11

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#72 Feb 3, 2013
ImNotTiredAtAll wrote:
<quoted text>I use to believe the same thing,not anymore.The public school system is broken administrators and teachers have abdicated their authority to lawyers and the police,the kids now have no respect for any of them and now the schools are dangerous.I don't have any kids in school these days but I I did I would really consider home schooling,if I was in a situation where one parent could stay home with the kids.
What people seem to forget is that technology is a wonderful thing. Cyber academies are great. They even have chat time for the kids. Field trips. It's a lot better than public school. Northampton offers a cyber option to parents. It's a joke though. It's run by the IU and not the school. I have one in public school and one in cyber right now. Both children are well socialized and normal but my daughter did tell me she does miss her friends during the school day but not the drama and she also looks forward to walking up to the school after her friends get out of school and hang out with them.
guns and home schooling

Kingston, PA

#73 Feb 3, 2013
That kid in new england who massacred two dozen kids in a school was home schooled----and he became famous!
Katie Mellish

UK

#74 Feb 3, 2013
guns and home schooling wrote:
That kid in new england who massacred two dozen kids in a school was home schooled----and he became famous!
....Who was that kid?
guns and home schooling

Kingston, PA

#75 Feb 3, 2013
Katie Mellish wrote:
<quoted text>....Who was that kid?
adam lanza---his gun nut mom thought the world would end soon cause the mayan calender said so
ImNotTiredAtAll

Meadville, PA

#76 Feb 3, 2013
guns and home schooling wrote:
<quoted text>adam lanza---his gun nut mom thought the world would end soon cause the mayan calender said so
This news brought to you by Fox News.We lie and you shake your head yeah

Since: Dec 11

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#77 Feb 3, 2013
guns and home schooling wrote:
That kid in new england who massacred two dozen kids in a school was home schooled----and he became famous!
My daughter is cyber schooled. There is a big difference. She has classes every day she must attend with other students. It's just on a computer. Not in a public setting.
Katie Mellish

UK

#78 Feb 3, 2013
guns and home schooling wrote:
<quoted text>adam lanza---his gun nut mom thought the world would end soon cause the mayan calender said so
Thankyou,when you mentioned kid i thought you were talking about a child i thought i had missed something there.
tired of conspiracy nuts

Kingston, PA

#79 Feb 3, 2013
ImNotTiredAtAll wrote:
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This news brought to you by Fox News.We lie and you shake your head yeah
crazy you no doubt thinks the kid didn't kill anybody, and that jfk was involved in it

Since: Feb 13

Visakhapatnam, India

#80 Feb 27, 2013
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Independent

Johnson City, TN

#81 Mar 1, 2013
Mr Sandusky wrote:
Home school children are very backward socially and they have a difficult time interacting with peers and adults. I wouldn't wish home schooling on my worst enemy. These kids are social misfits and that's the bottom line.
You are so full of it, how do you keep your job? Home schooled kids are in demand from corporations nationwide, they get great jobs and have more socialization than those stuck in the JTSD, you need to do YOUR homework.
spam n eggs

Lehighton, PA

#82 Mar 3, 2013
hi, i'm wine. i used to have a candle, but somebody crapped on my earmuffs

Since: Dec 11

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#84 Mar 4, 2013
Columbine wrote:
<quoted text>Home school = child nutcase, mass murderer
The cyber programs are great. Homeschooling is different from cyber schooling.

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