Comments by JIMOCONNOR
Posted on May 10 at 10:34 a.m. (Suggest removal)
So, take your literature survey, to your electorate. BTW make it comprehensible for sixth grade reading levels.
Here's a thought.
Leverage coupons from Price Chopper, Shop Right, and Hannaford,with communiy block grants to fund early intervention language development services from SCCAP, Salvation Army, and The City Mission, NOT for profit Day Care Centers. Give coupons at pre-screenings, program entrance, and then as milestones are met. Incentivize a family unit's investment in learning.
Posted on May 10 at 10:04 a.m. (Suggest removal)
Shades of the Edgewood and Dave Jarvis
Posted on May 9 at 3:38 p.m. (Suggest removal)
your statement is empty rhetoric. come up with a three or five point plan to make pre-K viable. then, publicize it on hamilton hill, yates village, and steinmentz homes...most of your opponents won't travel there, let alone engage the families there.
Posted on May 8 at 10:39 a.m. (Suggest removal)
Excellent. As early as 1959, Rotterdam Little League's coaches; Ray Perfetto, Howie Releay, Vince Constanza, and Eddie Shields accommodated a kid with Cerebral Palsy on their teams. He was their first base coach....Not bad for 1959
Posted on May 7 at 4:05 p.m. (Suggest removal)
whats a professional human services researcher. parsing that title is mind boggling in itself. how have they arrived at their points. if they actually did research, who paid for their reductionistic generalizations. Sophomores at local colleges read this tripe in the first three pages of their elem. ed. textbook prefaces.
Posted on May 7 at 11:01 a.m. (Suggest removal)
What are Loyola's informed consent procedures. Desperate, strung out folks sign documents just to move processes along. Informed consent and confidentiality documents must be periodically reviewed and updated.
Posted on April 29 at 9:40 a.m. (Suggest removal)
This is reductionistic stupidity. Elect this gent, and we'll get evan more. Protect us from ourselves. I'm not sure it is a single school district's prerogative to set minimal graduation age anyway. Graduation is the conference of a document attesting the number of credits earned in specific academic tracts up to the year of a person's 21st birthday. The candidate has found a way to get his name publicized, not to make a meaningful contribution.
Posted on April 27 at 9:06 a.m. (Suggest removal)
No guts, no glory. I'm referencing the critic, not the show
Posted on April 25 at 10:17 a.m. (Suggest removal)
Superficially, this is WONDERFUL. However, with a bit of thought, one needs to consider 'socially responsible' acts performed by the PLO, organized crime, and many politicians. This 'symbiosis' works in the short term. These gents, and society would be better served if they could de-couple, get trained, employed and pay taxes. Highlighting their good deeds only reinforces their dependance on an antisocial life style. Damon Runyon died in 1946. Unfortunately, he took his characters with him.
Posted on April 21 at 10:16 a.m. (Suggest removal)
If these folks got by application and diversion practices, FCDSS should write the funds off as consultant fees. Though they all broke laws, DSS shares culpability in letting it get started. Using publicity now, only makes DSS look like they're covering past shortcomings.