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Let me free some sqawkers....I just recently obtained an account so that I could "sign on" about all the negative things being published about DCSS. My intentions were to point out that The Dougherty County School System along with her hard working educators is responsible for my oldest son receiving an academic scholarship to UGA in 2010 and the same effort is being given to my youngest child. There are countless testimonials like this one. The hidden agendas arubuted from a decision that was made 2 years ago.....the hiring of Dr Murfree. People were upset because they didn't want that to come to pass. Now that it did, people want to make sure that he fails. Highlight all flaws, make calls to Atlanta, trash the system, etc. If there are problems, are you helping to solve them with negative comments? Are you really concerned about the well being of the children of the DCSS? If so, support the children by attending forums and board meetings... Lend your ideas, constructively. If you do not want to see the system improve, then your agenda is questioned.
I'm deleting this account after this post. You all keep posting but think about are your comments hurting or helping the situation.
The problem existed long before now!!!! Don't you miss that boat. Your motives are just allowing you to reveal them.
Dr. Drew? Dr. Phil?Anybody help her...I mean him.....well it. Somebody help it !
You need rehabilitating rude ruby!
Thanks for keeping the public informed, however, you never updated the story about DCSS 2012 CRCT...remember I asked you to review the scores and let the public know how well Lamar Reese Elementary performed. Perhaps you did not since this is good news. I'm beginning to question your motives.
it was just a curiosity notion. No Lee County has it's share of mishaps they just keep things under the rug.
Where are Lee County's worst scores...because I know they have some!
Terry, I am a parent of a third grade student at Lamar Reese Elementary School. I also respect your journalism abilities, however, I was taken aback due to the fact that you did not make mention of the fine job the third grade students at this school did. Unless the teachers weren't truthful in announcing their achievements, the third grade as a whole scored over 90% in all subject areas. Don't you think that is worth mentioning especially since this is a title I school in which students are not economically advantaged?
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