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  1. I put this here so it can be seen by everybody. Our schools are AWESOME!!! http://www.mdjonline.com/neighbor_newspapers/west_georgia/paulding-schools-highest-performing-and-beat-the-odds-on-state/article_b16d7ccc-027f-11e7-9332-07b3e559c33f.html Paulding County schools were among the highest-achieving schools statewide, and "beat the odds" to perform better than expected, on statewide assessments, the county Board of Education announced recently. Three Paulding County elementary schools were named to the 2016-2017 list of Title I Reward Districts and Schools. Reward Schools are Title I schools that fall into two categories: Highest-Performing and High-Progress. C.A. Roberts Elementary School was named in the “Highest Performing” category. That means Roberts Elementary is among the 5 percent of the state’s Title I schools with the absolute highest performance, over three years, for the “all students” group on the statewide assessments. Lillian C. Poole Elementary and Sam D. Panter Elementary were both named in the “High-Progress” category. Both schools are among the 10 percent of the state’s Title I schools making the most progress in improving the performance of the “all students” group over three years on the statewide assessments. Paulding County School Superintendent Cliff Cole said, “Being recognized as a Title I Reward School is a huge honor. “Every teacher in the district is working hard to change the lives of their students," he said. "The administration is focused on improving the performance of all student groups. I look forward to the continued success of these schools.” Title I schools receive federal funding to be applied to additional services, support, and resources in support of enabling all students to achieve academic success. Paulding County has 13 Title I schools. Additionally, eight Paulding County’s schools performed better than statistically expected on the College and Career Ready Performance Index (CCRPI), placing them among Georgia schools that beat the odds despite such traditional obstacles as high poverty and transient rates.
  2. Our last child is a junior this year. Nope not even close to ready for him to go back to school.
  3. I totally forgot about following through on this. There has been quite a bit of health issues, and other stuff that took all of my attention. I will return to this by tomorrow with the information for you, if you are still in need of it.
  4. There are a couple of groups. I'll see if I can find out the name of the one my friend is with.
  5. gog8tors

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    We had a power surge a about that time. Also had some issues with the cable and internet.
  6. New Hope sign ups are July 23, & 30.
  7. I'm at our daughter's house in Kennesaw, it's coming down hard, with thunder and lightning. Hopefully it will move on over to us in south paulding.
  8. Please remember, Just because you want to be in a crowd with LOUD noises, and heat doesn't mean your furbuddy wants to be there. Let them stay at home, where they feel safe. Please bring in your cats or confine them as well. Happy 4th of July everyone.
  9. 3rd generation cousins are 4th generations removed from a set of common grandparents.So there really isn't an issue with 4th or beyond coupling of the descendants. But, I'm really not sure why it matters anyways. In today's hypersexual America anything goes.
  10. Maybe alligator season needs to be a little longer. Seems the preservation program worked a little to well.
  11. https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2016/jan/21/england-wales-homicides-rise-knife-gun-crime http://townhall.com/tipsheet/mattvespa/2015/07/18/uk-knife-attacks-are-surging-n2026497 http://freedomoutpost.com/after-uk-gun-ban-knife-murders-skyrocket-uk-urges-save-a-life-surrender-your-knife/
  12. But, then we would be assuming that the person doesn't have health insurance, if it isn't available to those without health insurance (again we are assuming that the woman has mental issues) how is it that drug addicts, and folks that are in rehab places can get it when they don't have insurance? I know for a fact that is available in south Florida, because I know people down there that are in and out of rehab places and they do not have health insurance. My links are at least a start. Why didn't someone in the family contact someone who (again we are assuming) could help? We seem to be making a lot of suppositions about the perpetrator. Maybe she is just plain evil. I know some one who stalked his ex, not because he wanted her back, but because he is a vindictive bastard. He is not mentally ill, he's just mean. Maybe that's what this woman is.
  13. https://www.mentalhealth.gov/get-help/immediate-help/ http://www.womenshealth.gov/mental-health/hotlines/ http://www.healthyplace.com/other-info/resources/mental-health-hotline-numbers-and-referral-resources/ https://dbhdd.georgia.gov/access-services Just a few that I found with a google search.
  14. We have rain!!! Of course now it will be muggy and HOT!!!
  15. I get the eggs pretty much right after laying. I actually got one today while bitty was still sitting on it. She was not happy. BTW do you have any suggestions for what I can use silky eggs for? They are much smaller then even small eggs that you can get from the grocery store.
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