Reading between the lines, the message here is that nobody, nor nobody's child, should be bullied nor have personal character attacked on this blog. It's just wrong; and it makes everyone who reads this uncomfortable; so please stop.<quoted text>
If she leaves, we'd have five less Brats to educate. I've heard that her kids are Troublemakers who are barely pass some of their classes. They're probably the ones scoring low on tests and bringing our district scores down! Her high school son was kicked off the cross country team this year, I heard he was suspended twice! Good riddance. Stay home with your kids Tiff, you're a terrible mother!
That said, the public behavior of our community bullies, including Tiffany, Lisa, and Sarah, among others, clearly reveal to the community as a whole that these parents are neither good role models for children, nor good neighbors, nor responsible citizens in our community.
Yet, year after year, our school administrators cling to these few parents, puffing them up with their special bully status as the parents who are chosen to sit along with school staff on either side of the most influential school employee of them all -- our school superintendent -- who after all, used very poor judgement in "dubbing" these bullies as his district parent council members commissioned to "communicate" the school districts needs to the community as a whole.
If a child misbehaves in the classroom, and the teacher gives "atta-boy pats" on the child's head, will the child not continue misbehavior that is rewarded with the attention that is sought?