“I really want to take my son to class. Since it’s his first time in school,” Tamera Moore told the local CBS affiliate. “They may have security, but I want to know where my kid is going at all times.”
Others are perfectly willing to allow their role to be subjugated.
“As long as I can see him walk in that building that will be fine. Because once he’s in that building they’ll take care of him,” Angela Shamblin said.
That’s right, mom. Just stay by the curb. We’ve got it from here.
Outsourcing our children’s safety
Refresh my memory – was it a parent that killed all those kids at Sandy Hook? No. I seem to recall it was some deranged little psycho who was most likely wigged out on prescription antidepressants.
More from CBS-DFW:
For years, parents were given clearance to walk their children directly to their classroom, if they wished. But enhanced security measures on public school campuses include the elimination of parents walking their children to classrooms, after the first week of school.
The Richardson ISD, for example, hasn’t allowed parents to walk students to classrooms for years.
HEB officials say it’s no big deal; they’re just doing what lots of other overreacting school boards are doing.
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