MY, MY. The alternative students are “stigmatized” by moving (temporarily) to accommodate the rebuilding of another school. Boo-hoo! If each of those students had not acted inappropriately, they wouldn’t be in alternative school.
IS THERE NO OTHER principal in the CSRA besides Wayne Frazier? He surely has his own PR department.
IS ALVIN MASON GOING to give up his lucrative job at Fort Gordon to run for mayor? If not, why not? How does he get that much time off from the commission?
STILL NO RALLY on the courthouse steps for the baby in Brunswick.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS don’t care who they sell a home to; they still make a commission. It’s the banks you need to be chiding. They are the ones who fed the mortgages to deadbeats coming from Section 8 that couldn’t make the house payments.
WHEN DO WE GET our garbage bill cut in half now that we have the new “enhanced” once-a-week service? I hate this town.
GARBAGE IS GOING to be everywhere!
A RANT TO THE public education system that continually places Special Ed students in regular Ed classrooms. Many of these students could not care less about learning and are allowed to run the system by Special Ed “specialists” who care more about moving these students on to the next grade rather than holding them accountable for their lazy work ethic and lack of respect for authority.
$3 MILLION is an awful lot of money to plow into any school and not get a dramatic improvement in academic results. From what one can gather, the money was used for intensive teacher training, technology, extended learning time and help from the state intervention specialist. Even though absenteeism and disciplinary problems have been reduced, the end goal of improved performance has not been achieved, which leads one to believe that the $3 million has been misspent.
I THINK FAST-FOOD restaurants, grocery stores and other stores can exist in any current historical structure downtown. I’ve seen McDonald’s, Office Depot and other such stores in older buildings in Atlanta, so it can be done.