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As a mother of sons, I have faced this. I like your idea about your idea about rimnveog the ability to send pictures. I know we've turned off that access before. One of the things we did was periodically take custody of the cell phone and over a 24 hours, review texts and pictures. It was with one particular son, who I guess ran with a faster crowd than my other sons have and in the 7th and 8th grade. I told him to tell her to stop texting or I would call her mom (I didn't know her mom but he didn't know that) and let her know what was going on. Surprisingly, he did. There was also a problem of girls writing notes and signing them with boys' names and posting them on facebook. In that instance, I called the mom. This is something that definitely needs hands-on parents,willing to take hard stances and willing to give a heads up where a heads up isn't wanted nor appreciated.
Posted at 6:52PM on August 16th 2012 by Simay
Hi Class 3,I am looking fworard to working with you during our QudBlogging project. My class are enjoying blogging at the moment and I hope that having a real audience for their work will mean that they enjoy it even more!I hope to get to know you all soon!Mrs Powell, Red 4, Moorside Primary, UK
Posted at 4:50PM on August 16th 2012 by Suellen
Hi Class 3,Welcome to Quad Blogging. We hope you have lots of fun learning about us. We hope to post sthiomeng new everyday. Have a look at our About us' page to find more about our class and school.We are learning about under the sea'. If you know any interesting facts about sea creatures you could leave us a comment.Look forward to hearing from you.From 2MK
Posted at 3:48AM on August 15th 2012 by Reno
I think it depends on the pilubc schools in your area. I would have loved to attended a private school since I attended pilubc schools and charter schools in my county and was disappointed (education here in Florida isn't the greatest). As someone who just graduated from high school and started college, I felt like I wasn't prepared. If the pilubc schools in your area have many Honor and Advanced Placement courses that can challenge your children then do that! But since they are still in elementary school does it really matter that much? Even a parent can teach their children the basics they learn in grade school. I would have enjoyed my parents more in my life when I was younger, they were always off working. If I was you I would be a stay at home parent and send your children to a regular school and then as they get older put them in schools that challenge them.But you're the parent! You know whats best for your kids. :)
Posted at 6:23PM on August 14th 2012 by Yuli
I think the mother solhud have explained to her own child. I'm a black woman and I recently had a child say something very mortifying to me concerning the color of my skin in a very public place. The parent laughed it off and did not even apologize for their child and I was extremely embarrassed. I think that parents need to be more sensitive concerning these matters and save other people the embarrassment of having to deal with rude stares and comments.
Posted at 12:08PM on August 14th 2012 by Hal
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