We have a parent meeting at the school in regards to safety



Heading out to a school/parent meeting in regards to school safety and a few other things. I’m not sure how long this is going to last or how many parents will actually show up, but we’re going to be there.

Historically, not many parents show up to these meetings but I’m hoping that in light of all that’s happened in recent weeks, we have a good turnout.

The only way we can make sure our kids have the safest educational experience possible, is to be actively involved and helping any way we can.



My hope is that the changes we already know about, in conjunction with those we’ll learn about tonight, will go a long way towards ensuring a safe, secure school building.

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Hi Rob- I hope you won’t be too hard on the parents who aren’t at the meeting. It can be tough to work all day, come home to kids, have to get dinner together and do laundry or clean or whatever and then try to squeeze in a school meeting.

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I’m sure you’re right in some cases. Unfortunately, in most cases,at least here, it’s a lack of interest. It’s always been this way. Many parents use the school as a dumping ground for their kids during the day. It’s sad, but the reality of the situation. There were about 5 or 6 sets of parents that showed up tonight, out of a student body over roughly 130 students. Most of them were the ones who are always wanting to be involved. It’s one of the reasons the PTA shutdown. No one wanted to be a part of it. There simply… Read more »