Daily Republic Letters: And I thought schools were for our children

Rob Thomas


I have just read the article about parents and students venting (May 25), and it brings a thought to mind: I always thought that the schools were for the education of our children so that that they could grow, along with the proper rearing of the parents’ morals, to be good citizens who have not learned academics but responsibility as well, and to become social people.

Part of the educational goal is the vocational side of school, these being sports as well as classroom vocational projects. The school administration was developed to only oversee these schools to make sure the students were getting the education that they deserved per our very own Constitution, and to make sure that all needs of the students were met to give the best chance of this endeavor to them.

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