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Shaper
Member # 5437
Profile #25
The only people who can really assist you are your parents and the local authorities. Being that you are able go online you should fallow up on Alec's suggestions in addition to informing your parents of what is happening. Also staying out of trouble in the meantime is a good idea.

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Nena
Posts: 2032 | Registered: Wednesday, January 26 2005 08:00
Guardian
Member # 2238
Profile Homepage #26
quote:
Originally written by Azul:

The only people who can really assist you are your parents and the local authorities. Being that you are able go online you should fallow up on Alec's suggestions in addition to informing your parents of what is happening. Also staying out of trouble in the meantime is a good idea.
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In case you weren't paying attention, this isnt a joke.

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Shaper
Member # 5437
Profile #28
Yeah, I figured.

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Nena
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Guardian
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Who's joking?

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Apprentice
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Profile #30
Cap-tin Ack-er-z

Duh.

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Posts: 22 | Registered: Monday, April 4 2005 07:00
Shaper
Member # 5437
Profile #31
quote:
Originally written by Captain Ackers:

Cap-tin Ack-er-z

Duh.

Mixed up topics :P

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Nena
Posts: 2032 | Registered: Wednesday, January 26 2005 08:00
Shaper
Member # 5450
Profile Homepage #32
Obviously, Dolphin.

On topic: An example of fighting back (kind of): Today, we had science. We were doing a sheet on the human digestive system, and at the end of the lesson the teacher took up all the sheets. One of my friends had dont nothing for the whole lesson, and the teacher asked him about this. The converstation went like this:

Teacher: What? You didn't do anything!
My friend (Conrad): *mumbles under breath*
Teacher: You just sat on your fat blooper and done nothing!

Conrad, being a larger Australian, looked up at the teacher in sheer fury and simply said some things that are not allowed due to the CoC, gave him the finger and walked out. I would of done the same thing if it happened to me.

[ Friday, June 10, 2005 01:39: Message edited by: SprungSpring ]

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Polaris
Posts: 2396 | Registered: Saturday, January 29 2005 08:00
Agent
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Profile #33
Conrad would have been suspended if he did that at my school, is that what he got?

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Posts: 1112 | Registered: Friday, July 19 2002 07:00
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Profile #34
This is where I sound like an adult.

What I don't understand is why going with the program is such a problem.

The other thing to take into account here is that a student's perspective doesn't always incorporate the bigger picture. I remember quite vividly just how much I didn't like high school. That didn't change the fact that I had to go, and now, in hindsight, I see that it was a good experience.

Johnny, I think you should trust that your parents are trying to do the right thing by you, and that the school is too. While there may be a couple bad apples employed there, how likely is it that the entire system is broken?

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Posts: 2242 | Registered: Saturday, April 10 2004 07:00
Shaper
Member # 5437
Profile #35
The parents are not always aware of what is happening, and an institution that is well trusted can very much so be corrupt. For the sake of not going terribly off topic I wont mention specific cases.

I would trust my instinct if I felt my caretakers were too harsh, and I would trust my children if they were disturbed by how they or the other students were being treated by the faculty.

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Nena
Posts: 2032 | Registered: Wednesday, January 26 2005 08:00
Shaper
Member # 32
Profile #36
Still, you can't just base such a judgement off of what one student says. For all we know he could be lying through his teeth and LHS is a fine place to go...

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Polaris
Posts: 2462 | Registered: Wednesday, October 3 2001 07:00
This Side Towards Enemy
Member # 3098
Profile #37
That doesn't mean that any allegations should not be investigated as fully as they are able to be, however. Innocent until proven guilty is not the same as ignoring it until you can't any longer.

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Posts: 961 | Registered: Thursday, June 12 2003 07:00
Lifecrafter
Member # 1468
Profile Homepage #38
Here's what I would do:

1)I would get a bunch of the students together (as many as you can)

2)Then we (me and the group of students) would refuse to do anything we are told. Be generally disobedient, but not physically disruptive.

3)Get a small digital camera (I've seen some el-cheapo's for as low as $40) and have it ready to record anything as soon as it happens

4)Wait for something to happen, and record it

5)Show video to parents and authorities

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Posts: 818 | Registered: Tuesday, July 9 2002 07:00
Agent
Member # 798
Profile Homepage #39
I would like you to know that my parents do know what goes on at this school. I would just like a better school opend for students who have a mild form of Aspergiers or OCD. I do not agree with how The LHS or The Capitalistic Pigs called The Federal Government goes about there problems on dealing with children and Teenagers with Special Needs. So I want to reform The Federal Governments policy on Special Needs. Actually I would like to reform The Federal Government period. But that's another story. So, I know that the majority of The People here do not live in The US. But I am extreamly desperate for help. Whose going to get better schools opend.

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Posts: 1046 | Registered: Friday, March 22 2002 08:00
Shaper
Member # 32
Profile #40
quote:
Originally written by Eldibs:

Here's what I would do:

1)I would get a bunch of the students together (as many as you can)

2)Then we (me and the group of students) would refuse to do anything we are told. Be generally disobedient, but not physically disruptive.

3)Get a small digital camera (I've seen some el-cheapo's for as low as $40) and have it ready to record anything as soon as it happens

4)Wait for something to happen, and record it

5)Show video to parents and authorities

And when they call the police to escort you out of the building it's all perfectly legal and noone will care.

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Lt. Sullust
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Polaris
Posts: 2462 | Registered: Wednesday, October 3 2001 07:00
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Profile Homepage #41
They never call the police. They only use Apex.

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Posts: 1046 | Registered: Friday, March 22 2002 08:00

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