Skip to comments.School Forced Back Into Session for Obama
Posted on 02/14/2013 12:00:08 PM PST by Hoodat
In an apparent planning snafu, President Obama today will visit an early learning school in Decatur, Georgia that happens to be in recess this week.
But no problem: According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, staff and bus drivers will be summoned back to work for the day to accomodate Obamas appearance.
College Heights Early Childhood Learning Center Principle Suzanne Kennedy alerted parents that the staff will interrupt their vacations for the amazing opportunity for students to expand their worlds by seeing the president:
President Obamas visit is an honor for College Heights and the City Schools of Decatur. Since the school system is on winter break, we are offering a one-day experience for pre-K and Head Start students on the day of his visit- Thursday, February 14, 2013. This day would resemble a normal school day: same bus routes and times, same school beginning and end times, regular instructional day with the same staff, and breakfast and lunch offerings.
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Incidentally, the school happens to be majority white in a majority black area. On average, Dekalb County schools are among the worst in the state.
Barry wants a photo op! Bus in the useful idiots and the munchkins.
When 0bama gets there and sees a white majority, he’ll probably cancel.
I wonder how the unionized teachers feel about having to work this extra day for the visit.
STAGED “bullSh*t” for steaming Muslim turd.
"The devil went down to Georgia, He was lookin' for a soul to steal"
The presidency is an elected office, not a monarchy. I’m sick of it being treated like royalty.
Be funny if somebody “accidentally” piped that song in the PA system as he took to the stage.
What the hell nightmare did I NOT wake up from? This is the United States of America?
The kids can see the same thing daily - just before they flush. There is no reason to interrupt quality family time for a bigoted socialist.
No big deal.
Two generations of progressive controlled education paved the way for Baraq.
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