MOULTRIE — Your kidding?
“How is class size related to football? You're kidding, right? Surely you can see a problem if it takes 9 PE teachers/coaches at C. A. Gray. If we have the money to have that many PE teachers, it should be used for classroom teachers so class sizes are smaller."
“To the ranter in reference to noise ordinance did you call for a officer to report it? Don't complain unless you have tried to do something about it."
“I wish the sell of ice cream during lunchtime in all elementary schools is cut-out next year. I have watched so much food being wasted when kids sit and wait on their turn to get ice cream. I'm also surprised how the ones that get free lunch can pay for ice cream every day for .50-.75 cents! Look like if they can pay this everyday they could at least pay 70 cents for reduced lunch daily. CCSNA needs to reevaluate this. Why not allow sells only on Fridays for younger students. I know some shools have implemented this."
“I laughed so hard I spilt my coffee out at the comment about building birdhouses at the gifted center. When my child attended, they took a field trip to eat at the French restaurant in Tallahassee. Instruction was a joke then and it's a joke now. After the kids eat lunch they go to the playground for the last hour of the day. It's time for a change and it needs to start at the top. Students don't want to go and good teachers don't want to teach there. I can just imagine five days of 'gifted' instruction under this leadership."
“Fair and equitable tax policy is not anti-business or anti-rich. No wants to kill the goose that lays golden eggs. When the goose’s nest is well-feathered and it wants to hoard those eggs, problems arise. When the fat and prosperous want to be fatter or more prosperous; no problem. But when the rich pay a smaller proportion of their income in taxes than working people, the advantage is at the expense of working people. That is a problem. If any working person wants to pay a larger proportion of income in taxes than the rich, I feel for them, but not much!"
“I don't know who decided North Main Street needed to be repaired, but a mighty big thanks to you.
I traveled that old rough road every day...bumping over useless railroad tracks until my car rattled..and now it's smooth as silk. It makes a wonderful entrance to our town."
City street, not state road
“Ninth street paving would be a city project, Main Street, being a 'state road,' is a state project. The city did not 'pick' main as a paving project, period."