“I feel like if we just go in without our masks and go to class just like normal, that’s going to make a bigger impact than going out to the front of the school with signs and having the threat of it getting violent.”
I've been seeing these videos pop up all over the internet from our neighbors in Montana, Ohio, and Nebraska. I'm just waiting for someone in the cowboy state to pick their kid up from the bus stop riding a horse in one of those T-rex costumes.
While most parents enjoy the fact that their children will be out of the house (and hopefully out of trouble, safely nestled at their desks), there are other aspects of back to school that aren't as positive.
British news program "Daybreak" conducted an experiment that has parents everywhere questioning their awareness. The recently conducted experiment has terrified some parents and outraged others with its conclusion that the majority of children can be easily lured away from their parents by strangers.
Kids don't always say the darnedest things. For the older generation that grew up with relics called record players and still think VCRs are the best way to watch movies, today's computers are to be feared, much like the prospect of another Paris Hilton album.
A New Mexico woman and her boyfriend are in custody after police found an 8 year old girl locked inside a wooden box at the couples home in Las Cruces. The couple had locked her in the box and left her alone while they took three other children to a movie.
I noticed on Facebook today following the story about a student in police custody for taking a handgun to school, that a number of people are quick to blame the parents in this situation.
I know that it was a different time, but when i was growing up i had my own guns from the time that i was 12 years old and after turning 16 would often have them in my truck and always had access to them...