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I have to disagree with what some people are saying about the whole attendance. These kids are getting ready to start a kids on their own. Some will go to college where attendance is of high importance. Colleges still grade on academics as well as attendance. Some will go in the military where attendance is a high priority. If you don't show up to the job in the military, that person will be punished in accordance to the UMCJ (Uniforme Military Code of Justice). When a person enters a career, and you don't go into work; that's automatic firing with no questions asked. So I support the attendance polices of Moffat county high school. For all of you that don't care to look past the end of your nose, all the principle is trying to do is teach the kids a life long lesson. He is looking out for their well being. I would rather he enforce the attendance rather then having all those kids living on the streets with no home and no job.
From what I have learned from my military time is that the sheriffs are there to enforce the constitution. Banding guns will take away your right to bare arms handed down to us by our founding fathers. I support the sheriffs in their decision.
All it takes is one person to make one thing bigger then what it really is. Being from Craig I've seen kids coming in to school all cut up and caring marks. Most kids get those from playing rough with other kids. With the school system being under pressure from the county and state it doesn't surprise me the make it more then what it really is. So don't be downing the name of Craig. Understand that in the now days what one person sees and reports out does the truth. As I learned being in the military perception is everything.
It's hurts to know that someone would do this. But in the end he'll get what is coming. Not only did he kill people he also hit the military hard. I'm proud of what one military man did. He gave his life to save the female he was with by taking the bullet for her. The families of the victims are in my thoughts and prayers. May he pay for his actions. God bless the military men and women that gave they're lives to save those around them in that movie.
You can not with hold a persons diploma for celebrating the one of the greatest time of their lives. When I graduated from high school my class did the whole beach ball and bubbles. We were told not to and we still did. It's kind of a last minute senior prank along with the excitement of being out of high school. Also they are sitting there through hours of people talking. In all they are ferric in touch with their kid side. Congrats class of 2012.
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