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reply to post by Liquesence
This is just one more reason for me to continue to save money to place my baby girl in private school, or charter school. And if the program is worth it, maybe even home school.
reply to post by VoidHawk
Simple answer is to home school. Dont get none of that nonsense at home.
reply to post by Meldionne1
40 kids having lunch taken away equals a lot of uncaring parents. The parents have a role in this too...they should have taken care of their kid and paid their bill. ...I blame the parents.
reply to post by Pimpintology
Being poor has nothing to do with this.
Help fight child hunger through the Souper Bowl of Caring! Child poverty and hunger are reaching alarming levels in Utah. More than 170,000 Utah kids are eligible for free school breakfasts and lunches and another 50,000 are eligible for reduced cost meals. School breakfast and lunch programs help, but what happens on the weekends?
Ya got me!
Not everyone can afford to quit work and home school their children. In addition, most parents are simply not qualified to teach their children.
FYI...."Don't get none" is a double negative.
Its surprisingly easy to educate a child to a higher standard than they would be at a school.
most parents are simply not qualified to teach their children.