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David Russell June 12, 2014 at 05:37 pm
Irrelevant only to cowards, bullies, and those with no practical experience. Which are you? Or isRead More the best you can offer is another rousing volley of "Na-na-na-na-boo-boo?"
ChrisG June 12, 2014 at 05:47 pm
@russell, removing tenure does not remove due process protections, as you claim. Tenure is not theRead More only thing that needs to change. Teaching is a difficult job. One made more difficult by bureaucratic largess and a great deal of parental interference. I'd like to see an increase in managerial power along with performance based salaries. Pay teachers teach. Enable them to control their classrooms. Removing tenure is a good first step. There's a lot of dead wood in our teacher ranks. They need incentives to produce. They also need the tools.
No Thank You Ma'am June 12, 2014 at 08:06 pm
Yes David that is the best I have to offer guys like you. Chris, Concur, good solid points.
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Dawn Urbanek June 10, 2014 at 07:01 pm
We have to make people aware that our State is run by public employee Unions and we need court casesRead More like today which ruled that the California Teacher Tenure rules are unconstitutional so that we can change laws and vote people out of office who do not represent the interests of the public who pay the taxes.
Spencer James July 11, 2014 at 01:19 pm
Something that is interesting to note is that high school grads are going to four year universitiesRead More and studying subject that isn't marketable. While on the other hand you have people getting vocational training at vocational schools that essentially guarantees them a job out of school that will make them 'x' amount of money. So it isn't that college degrees are worthless, some are. It is also said that sometimes trade school is the right choice! Spencer James | <a href='http://www.newmexicodentalassisting.com/' > http://www.newmexicodentalassisting.com/home.html</a>
Spencer James July 11, 2014 at 01:20 pm
Something that is interesting to note is that high school grads are going to four year universitiesRead More and studying subject that isn't marketable. While on the other hand you have people getting vocational training at vocational schools that essentially guarantees them a job out of school that will make them 'x' amount of money. So it isn't that college degrees are worthless, some are. It is also said that sometimes trade school is the right choice! Spencer James | http://www.newmexicodentalassisting.com
Solar Cup Competition (Patch file photo)
Martha L. Bridges May 19, 2014 at 06:06 am
This is the kind of POSITIVE activity which we should support and encourage...and see reported on.Read More Good for all the students who have chosen to participate in this meaningful event.
Rae Anne Resident May 19, 2014 at 06:23 am
As long as they aint creamering they fool heads off at a Wildomar park I is gladder than Gladys NiteRead More singing with the Pimps if kids is enjoining themselfs. we need more storys like this. thats why I read Wildomar Magerzine becaus Nefew JordyGilLER is sure to printer all sorts of these fell good thingers.
Rae Anne Resident May 19, 2014 at 06:23 am
As long as they aint screamering they fool heads off at a Wildomar park I is gladder than GladysRead More Nite singing with the Pimps if kids is enjoining themselfs. we need more storys like this. thats why I read Wildomar Magerzine becaus Nefew JordyGilLER is sure to printer all sorts of these fell good thingers.
David, who has a 4.1 GPA and is ranked eleventh in his class of 478, currently works as an intern for Assemblywoman Melissa Melendez, while also volunteering his time at the Riverside National Cemetery.
HappyMomAndWife February 28, 2014 at 11:24 am
Congratulations Kiddo! You are a shining example for all your peers.
Alek J Hidell February 28, 2014 at 01:38 pm
I suggest altering your hairstyle if you want to survive Naval Academy...
Race Plate Auxilliary February 28, 2014 at 05:02 pm
"Honor, Courage, Commitment."
Stephanie Leon February 15, 2014 at 06:10 pm
I still love the idea of caning, like in Singapore...
David Anton May 30, 2014 at 04:46 pm
Tagging is the gateway offence leading to higher forms of organized crime (tagging crews...punkRead More gangs...not-so-punk gangs....hard-core gangs....death/prison). You've seen the "OCP" monikers all around town (Out Causing Panic). Its originator is serving a life sentence, isn't that right Mr. R.E.? And Mr. R.E. is only 27 years old now, he was hard-core by the age of 21. I don't have a solution to wayward kids looking for kicks, but as a society, we are failing to take a stand and become involved toward reaching a solution other than building more rooms at the Grey Bar Motel at our expense.
David Anton May 30, 2014 at 05:03 pm
Restoring greater levels of respect for others and their property could move society closer toRead More tag-free surfaces. But where do we start. Society's elected leaders are corrupt and can't be trusted to do what they promise to do, no respect for them is earned. Well-paid representatives of justice are also corrupt and cannot be respected, though don't show any disrespect or a crime will be afforded you, though the disrespect (lack of trust) is manifested in refusal to help fight crime. The criminal forces have more respect, though the consequences of dissing the crime lords is far worse, farther-reaching and there's no due process to slow their justice down.
Learning stations included a landfill overview presentation, a video that showed Waste Management’s single-stream recycling process, a meet and great with the landfill’s falconer, and a look at the landfill’s disposal area, heavy equipment and enviro
AlwaysPO'd February 11, 2014 at 08:43 pm
“During the hike, the students learned about the many species that rely on habitats located inRead More El Sobrante Wildlife Preserve, such as the California gnatcatcher and Stephen’s kangaroo rat,” _________________________________________________ So the kids learned that the local dump has flies and rats? Dumps are still dumps, no matter what they're calling it today.
Libi Uremovic February 11, 2014 at 09:14 pm
a field trip to the dump ....sounds like an episode of 'the simpsons'....
SD February 12, 2014 at 07:32 am
Sounds like a great idea for a field trip to me. Let's take advantage of real life LOCAL industriesRead More that might reduce the cost and hours spent in traffic, and let kids see the real nuts and bolts a community, how things work, where energy comes from, how things are made, etc.. and have the opportunity to connect to local mentors. Those kids probably have a new insight on where energy/ electricity can come from, that innovation is possible, and about wildlife habitats, which most kids are actually interested in. These are life changing lessons for a kid, much better than getting stuck on a bus for hours in traffic trying to get to some far-off museum or petting zoo. I say very good idea for field trip and let's keep up investigating our local resources !
Lauren Cecile Matheney.
Jeff Kleiner February 4, 2014 at 10:08 am
@southernbelle, I don't think this is just a current situation with our kids. It's just now beingRead More addressed. It's always been there at an alarming rate....we now monitor it better with health care, social media and studies by health professionals and crime professionals.
Marti Searcy February 4, 2014 at 02:23 pm
She also looks like a woman who works at the Temecula Walmart... just weird why can't you go withRead More somebody your own age you going to do it.
southernbelle February 4, 2014 at 02:45 pm
@Jeff- I know it is not a current issue, but it is happening at a much greater rate, enveloping aRead More lot more youth than ever before. I agree that we are more educated in these issues and provide better management, but there are countless upon countless number of teens who are not being treated at all, who refuse to be treated due to stigma, or can't afford to be treated. It's tragic- the number of teens who are suffering.
REPBEAR January 22, 2014 at 05:22 pm
Where's the rest of the story? What did the other side allege?
Earl McGee January 22, 2014 at 05:25 pm
Doesn't sound like she's that good of a teacher if she cannot manage time better than that! HerRead More response seems too fabricated.
Toni McAllister January 22, 2014 at 05:54 pm
@REPBEAR The links in the above story will take you to the claims made by the other side. Here youRead More go: http://temecula.patch.com/groups/schools/p/attorney-temecula-teacher-stops-1stgrader-from-talking-about-jesus-in-school
Rally participants, Jan. 21, 2014. Courtesy photo.
CB February 25, 2014 at 09:50 pm
Southernbelle, im late in reading your post, things got busy. But my kids have been coming homeRead More somewhat recently asking who God is. I try my hardest to keep it as fact, not pushing them to believe or not believe its true. And im fine with my 6 year old changing the channel to the shows about religion (as ive seen her do recently) because she wants to know what it is so many families have as part of their lives. I think my point is that kids are so excited about learning usually and they see it as a place where truth is brought to them. So i think if they were to learn religion in school, if it conflicts with their own, it could confuse them because it is a very complex subject. I mean, there are wars in the world over it. It is sensitive. I dont see why it is so offensive to keep it out of school at this point. My kids are growing up, theyre asking a lot of questions these past couple of years that are uncomfortable. Did you know that in i think its 5th grade kids have to get a signed permission slip to discuss puberty? In middle school and in highschool health class you get parental permission to sit in class to learn about sex and all that comes with it. Puberty and sex are things that will happen yet it is such a sensitive issue that the right is given to the parents first. Do kids talk about puberty and sex regardless? Of course. But to do it as part of education takes respect for these minors parents and guardians to determine. I know its not exactly the same thing as religion, but it is in the sense of importance and sensitivity for families.
TVOR February 27, 2014 at 09:08 am
I think we should limit what is taught in school to only a very basic overview of what religion isRead More and the most common religions of our time. It is not right to prevent students from expressing to other students their thoughts on the subject.
Sew Good February 27, 2014 at 11:06 am
I find it ironic that there is such uproar and hate over a kid making mention of Jesus in theRead More classroom while no one pays attention to what is in their child's curriculum. In middle school, my son's social studies class spent a month A MONTH on the history of Islam. They studied mosques, built mosques, and learned about the Koran. The book in use is being challenged for its inaccuracies but that doesn't stop anyone from teaching from it. This text actually credits Muslims for giving us the alphabet we use today. Not Arabians, Hebrews, or Phoenicians, but Muslims. Unfortunately, the same amount of time was not spent on the history of Christianity. And CB, I think it's sad that you are so afraid to teach your children about God. Maybe you could teach them how to learn and find information. God is not as complex as you'd like to make him out to be. I would suggest that you all learn who Jesus is first. Buddha and the Dalai Lama could offer your children some enlightenment, too. It certainly wouldn't hurt.
LEUSD school kids. File photo/Toni McAllister
Good Samaritan January 14, 2014 at 11:09 pm
Great news!! This intersection is where i come out of my neighborhood and see how dangerous it isRead More everyday. I am glad they didn't wait until there was a serious accident.
LAKE ELSINORE RESIDENT January 15, 2014 at 05:23 am
LEUSD is loaded with money to pay the high salaries for their overpaid staff, so why don't theRead More overpaid staff contribute to the good of the children along with the City of Lake Elsinore. I am not talking about the teachers, they work hard for what they earn.
sm January 15, 2014 at 08:31 am
Would serve the residents well if Canyon Hills Road was monitored more for speedsters. DifferentRead More times of day not just when school is out.
Temecula first-grader Brynn Williams is pictured with a Star of Bethlehem from atop her family's Christmas tree. She brought the star to school as part of an assignment to share a family Christmas tradition, attorneys say. (Courtesy photo)
Al Abbott January 15, 2014 at 08:15 am
The child was asked to share a Christmas tradition, not a holiday tradition.... and everybody pleaseRead More say aloud with me the first 6 letters in Christmas....That's right.... so it was very appropriate of her to do so. And Alek's child should have something of beauty to share about his religion, not hate. The atheists and agnostics can read a book in the library. We have destroyed society to please a few. Shame Shame on all of us for destroying morality for our desires. I went 2nd -12th grade in TVUSD and I was witness to Christmas parties being taken away and called holiday parties and then none at all, being able to dress up at Halloween and then that taken away, remember the pledge of allegiance and a flag hung in every class....all it takes is a generation and our children will be lost. My child is in TVUSD and he reads his bible for assignments all the time, and we make it very clear that he will continue to do so in public, private or where ever he wants and he will freely and openly talk about our religion if asked, he will not push it on anybody or use it to offend anybody. But he will not be silenced or have his religion insulted. I would hope that all of us parents would look back to our grand parents and further and regain the family values and culture they tried to teach us. The schools and society have brain washed us into thinking we are smarter than those who came before us...... look at the news, we are not.
Monique Albritton January 16, 2014 at 11:07 am
Enroll your child at Bundy Canyon Christian School in Wildomar. Tuition is low and they use theRead More Abeka God-centered curriculum...every subject is taught from God's viewpoint and not man's or the worlds. And they love Jesus! Little Brynn can talk about her Christian God, her Christian Savior, her Christian family and her Christian values all day long! And she will be praised, encouraged and rewarded for doing so!!! God is not dead! He's surely alive...at Bundy Canyon Christian School!
Nancy January 21, 2014 at 12:34 am
Looks more and more like this "religion" controversy will not be ending until the GREATRead More JUDGEMENT DAY. God will be the One to decide who is right and who is wrong! Some will be in horror, some will be ecstatic! I will be in the ecstatic group.....I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE JESUS CHRIST MY LORD; HE DIED THAT WE MAY LIVE.....HE ROSE AGAIN AND TOOK FULL VICTORY AND ETERNAL LIFE IS NOW MINE! He knocks on the door of every heart!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ANSWER before it is too late.
Sycamore Academy holds a school-wide food drive. (Courtesy photo)
Ron Hewison November 23, 2013 at 03:05 pm
Thank you so much Sycamore!
lotsahelp November 23, 2013 at 04:11 pm
This is truly caring for your community!
LAKE ELSINORE RESIDENT November 24, 2013 at 11:15 am
Ron Hewison if it wasn't for you and all your helpers this would never have been possible. GodRead More bless all of you for caring the whole year round.
The CVHS mascot.  Photo/Yahoo Sports
No one November 15, 2013 at 07:44 am
Good lord. What's next? Norte Dame better get rid of that leprechaun!
American Woman November 15, 2013 at 08:43 am
I think Stanford needs to get rid of that tree!
Average American November 15, 2013 at 09:27 am
Now we have foreigners trying to tell us what we can or cannot do or say, PC at its worst and firstRead More amendment under attack!
Pupils practice cursive writing. Credit: AFP/Getty Images
Royce Stevens November 18, 2013 at 05:18 pm
When the power goes out at the retail stores, the doors are closed (Wallmart, this past month) asRead More the cash registers would not work and the staff was not able to transact business manually: writing out a receipt and making change. The language of yesterday was cursive and in order to communicate with history, one must learn cursive. Communicating with History is just as important as communicating with a foreign speaking country. How does one tell the difference between an "X" written by Mr. A and an "X" written by Mr. B. The Education system has now made it easier for the forgers of tomorrow. Has anyone read the detailed logic of eliminating the craft and beauty of Cursive? One can also profile a person's character by his cursive writing. Can one profile based on block letters?
Elsinore Middle School is among the campuses slated to get new nearby sidewalks.  File photo/Toni McAllister
Danielle November 12, 2013 at 08:11 am
what about Lakeland village middle school? I guess we don't matter over here.
LAKE ELSINORE RESIDENT November 12, 2013 at 08:13 am
Danielle contact Supervisor Jeffries office he is on a roll of fixing things up and I think he mayRead More help you get results on your question.
Diana November 12, 2013 at 02:42 pm
Hopefully they pass this and proceed faster then they did the sidewalks on Riverside Dr, the bid wasRead More approved and it took three years for the install.
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