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Parents, kids voice Mont Pleasant concerns

A Schenectady police car parks in front of Mont Pleasant Middle School Friday following rumors of a fight after school .
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
A Schenectady police car parks in front of Mont Pleasant Middle School Friday following rumors of a fight after school .
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One child summed up the problems at Mont Pleasant Middle School by saying that he was glad he’d never have to go there. “I’m going to stay at Zoller forever,” fifth-grader Todd Williamson said as he fished with a friend at Iroquois Lake. After eighth grade — which seems an inestimable amount of time from now — he does plan to go to the high school. But never, ever, Mont Pleasant Middle School. “I don’t ...


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Johnny241
October 15, 2013
8:31 a.m.

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When you don't have parents who serves as role models, you don't have good students. Ducks have ducks my friends.

cheeseburger
October 15, 2013
8:44 p.m.

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went through this in scotia a few years ago. couldnt get the chief to get off his butt and take a ride around to see what was going on. finally mayor kastberg got sick and tired of all the business and homeowner complaints and ordered that the police keep a presence every day. after a while the kids got the idea. chief frisoni has since taken over and continued this policy and its working. keep up the pressure over the bridge in schenectady. it will slowly work.

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