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And I hope that if any emergency services are needed there, their vehicles are equipped with "skeleton keys" - i.e. bolt cutters.
Thanks Scott. I agree totally.
Tough choice, Carolyn, but I honor your priorities.
Have a great time, Chad. Maybe coaching skiing is a career. :-)
Scott - my point was that reducing number of days children attend school does not enhance their academic achievement. I'd use Japan and S. Korea as examples, but I don't have the statistics. Not criticizing Hayden or Soroco. Those districts are more than challenged by few students ad little money,
Thanks, Rhys. I totally agree.
Scott - thanks. I totally agree. A rather large oversight on the part of the ADA. Duh.
Congratulations to the Sailors' winning women's soccer team and their coach Rob. Watch out Colorado, Here come the Sailors!
Hayden, as far as I know, has a 4-day school week every other week. If memory serves, their state test scores aren't great. I'm not implying cause-and-effect reasoning, just making an observation. Compared to other "developed" countries our kids spend less time in school and do worse on exams. Again, no A=B reasoning intended. If I were a single parent or part of a two-parent working team I'd be very concerned about how my school-aged children were using their free Friday. Unstructured time is not beneficial to many kids.
And to those of us "bionic" humans with many metal replacement parts.
Ingenius, Mr. Stone. Thank you.
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