I am in class today, Partners in Piolicymaking. If you advocate for yourself or anyone else, you really should see about enrolling in Partners. I was reading a quote today, “You can’t have a better tomorrow if you are thinking about yesterday all the time.” – Charles Ketterling The way I see it is our school district is focused on how David used to be, yesterday, not how is he tomorrow or today given the time he spent in placement in the residential facility. We need to get them to focus on what can be, not what was. How do I do that? How do we do that? Tweet #fighting4answrs
>You know, dads think that they are fairly strong. We fix things when we can, and if we don’t know how, we get someone else to do the job. I am going to try to develop a community discussion about bullying in this town. adults doing it to adults, adults bullying students, and so on… Life ain’t easy. But if we don’t teach our kids to respect themselves, they will never respect other people. kids mirror the behavior that they learn at home. If the kids are bullying other kids, what does that tell society about their home life? Now, I am not saying every home life is that way. There are kids who follow the leader. They often times see the bully as a leader and follow their example. Doesn’t make it right. When the leader can be identified, would they deny being the bully/leader if challenged? I wonder.