Don't tell me, Dempsy has never been a single parent that had medical bills but didnt quite qualify for Medicaid. Or Dempsy has always had a job that provided health benefits. Dempsy has always had everything handed on a silver platter so doesn't understand how that could benefit the average person. Next time he is getting gas, his hair cut, or eating at a restaurant, he should ask the people helping them. More than likely they are in this boat
Let me guess, when the shooter is revealed he will either be:
A) From St Louis but recently staying here
B) Living in St Louis but just visiting
C) Living in St Louis but dating someone here
D) Living in St. Louis but just selling drugs here
Which one do you think?
34 years old? Man what did they do to that place?
Rob and JCLifer - I can tell which generation you both belong to, and it's not the one that has kids currently in school or in the future. Let your kids' generation decide what's best for their kids.
A lot of newer generation is moving farther away for jobs and other interests. The top 10 high schools in MO when people are closed minded and think everyone should stay HERE. How about the top high schools in the NATION, think outside the box!
I used to think smaller was better as well UNTIL my kids thrived in Jeff City Schools. Just like you think those numbers are a good size. Like I said, we could argue about what student body numbers are good and bad. I appreciate your opinion.
Excuse me, the "it says" in my reply was an error.
It says there was a definite generation gap and the people that may have had kids attend the school many years ago are the ones that were worried about some money. The ones that currently have kids attend the school are the ones that want the best for the kids even if it means a little extra money. I'm sure that older generation thought about what was best for their kids years ago when their kids attended as well.
Rob as I said in my previous post, WHAT number is too big? I used to think a graduating class over 50 students was too big. The student body now is fine to some, too big for others, and too small for people other than that. We could argue about what the number of students "should" be. And that number is different than others. Now Rob let me ask you again, WHAT STUDENT NUMBER IS "TOO MANY"?
I am a taxpayer, and I feel paying a little more taxes is worth it to give children a more innovative school that will give more options to the kids. These options that will be there can't be seen by some now because they can't see past a little extra money. To me, giving children the best up to date and advanced education is PRICELESS.
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