LETTER TO THE EDITOR
Policy has been identified through mandates from the federal and state government (Act 547-Louisiana Parents’ Bill of Rights).It is the responsibility of the districts to ensure parents and caregivers are given all information related to the policies, as stated by the federal government.
Groups can identify policy ideas to reduce poverty and inequality, to increase opportunity and, ultimately, to ensure that family background is not the primary determinant of one’s destiny in the land of the American Dream-the place where people come because of the Freedom to be able to choose when we reach that fork in the road and think if right or left is the way to go.
In fact, at this point we are just approaching some things that should have been discussed in August, at the beginning of the year, with many unanswered questions.
The world’s fierce winds that are blowing temptations are sharp and keen. I feel a peace in knowing my Savior stands between.
St. John, Stop, Look and Listen!
I’ve seen the lighting flashing,
I’ve heard the thunder roll.
“Father, forgive them for they know not what they do.” Luke 23:34
(each one reaches one),simply meaning what you say.
Guidance, parent notifications and forms in multiple languages for federally mandated communications.
Chauncey P. Colegrove asked, “Where there is no knowledge of each other,how can there be close sympathy and cooperation between parents and teachers?” He responded to this question by stating, “The surest way to win a parent’s heart is to show an intelligent and sympathetic interest in the welfare of his children.”
Stay Safe, St. John
Carolyn Jean Batiste
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