|Author||Topic: PHS Baseball Players|
posted 3/31/11 2:37 AM
This is about the players that were caught on school property drinking. Now I understand that 2 of the 5 did not register on the breath test. As for the ones that registered on the breath test, they broke a STATE LAW and a school policy. I just do not understand how you can punish any other kids for breaking a school policy when you let these boys get away with breaking a state law. I guess because one was a coaches son and one was a business mans son that provides to the baseball program. Well you really taught these kids a lesson.You just taught them I will do what I want and my parents will get me out of it. Now what will happen when billy joe in a one parent family gets in trouble? I can tell ya!! POC. This is crap and I thought coach Tilllman was going to handle this on his own but it looks like he is going to be just like all the others and not stand up for what is right and let mom and dad pressure him. I feel sorry for the players that stepped up and filled in for the players that were removed now these players are on the bench while the 3 kids that let the team down at first are now back at their starting positions. THat sucks
posted 4/9/11 4:21 AM
If what you’re saying is true, that is sad...I recall several students in years past who ended up graduating from Resurrection because they were caught with alcohol on school grounds...just another reason why it'll be good when RODO's reign of terror has ended...which will be sooner rather than later based on the grapevine...
posted 4/14/11 9:08 PM
I was told the reason the School Board shortened the POC stay of these kids was because Rodo and his cronies had not followed the state education laws of providing the same level of education as was being offered to these kids in their normal classes. This sounds like it is less about these kids, their parents and the coach than really about Rodo and crew not providing the right education standards.