anonymous oneBAUNGAR
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September 04, 2015
This was not a smart move for a new principal. Many of her would be supporters are now not very supportive and this is viewed by many as an at least 30 year old harmless tradition.
Kevin Foley
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September 04, 2015
Any time, anywhere.
Kevin Foley
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September 04, 2015
If what happened to Commissioner Cupid had happened to Tim Lee's wife, the Cobb County police department would have been turned inside-out to get answers. But this happened to a Democrat who happens to be black. The director of public safety was so concerned, he never did a face to face interview with the officer in question. Then Lee calls the investigation "thorough."
To Senior Prank?
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September 04, 2015
The reason Paulding County disciplined those kids was due to damaged property. They spray painted vehicles, the building, and the street. That is destruction of property. There is a huge difference.
Tradition for years
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September 04, 2015
This has nothing to do with defiance of authority and everything about school tradition and pride. You are confusing today's destructive youth with tradition. Private schools have more entitled brats that think they are better than everyone else in the world. They are no better than public school children, but the private school parents simply don't know what is happening and too busy being in denial. The principal needs to lighten up. No, I don't have children at MCHS, and I am a teacher whose son is at UGA and well behaved his whole life!
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