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Belvedere Elementary School Principal Rod Greenway takes a pie to the face from Assistant Principal Stephanie Hammond (left) while a teacher waits to pile it on. Pupils spent 25 cents to vote on which teachers and administrators would take a pie to the face Monday.  J. Scott Trubey/Staff
J. Scott Trubey/Staff
Belvedere Elementary School Principal Rod Greenway takes a pie to the face from Assistant Principal Stephanie Hammond (left) while a teacher waits to pile it on. Pupils spent 25 cents to vote on which teachers and administrators would take a pie to the face Monday.
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teabag1963
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teabag1963 03/18/08 - 11:23 am
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is this really newsworthy?

is this really newsworthy? are the schools this hard up that they're hitting the little rugrats for their lunch money, now?

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sign in 03/18/08 - 11:53 am
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Really, anything for a buck.

Really, anything for a buck. I'd take my child out of this school
immediately. No wonder the kids are confused when the adults
are acting like idiots. How could you have a serious conversation
about your child's education with these people?

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proud parent 03/18/08 - 12:23 pm
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I have kids at Belvedere and

I have kids at Belvedere and it is a wonderful school. They are very focused on student achievement. Rod Greenway(Principal) and Stephanie Hammond(Asst. Principal) are excellent administrators. Keep up the good work BELVEDERE BEARS!!!

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