May 9, 2012 at 10:48 am
Entry filed under: Students. Tags: Administrative Transfers, Georgia Special Needs Scholarship Transfers.
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Ms.Barrett | May 9, 2012 at 5:09 pm
Cascade Elementary school is getting real bad, they hired a parent to work in the lunch room.she makes the kids throw there breakfast trays away before they finish eatting just because they mite start talking to there friends.then she talks about how they lick the food out there trays.this parent should not be working with these kids. Teachers is in the school yelling at the kids.more parents need to come up to the school to see how there kids is being treated. Cascade Elementary should have been one of the schools that they close.the school is not being ran like a school should be.Teachers is covering up for other teachers just like they was doin for the cheating that was goin on in other schools.
Ezekiel | May 10, 2012 at 5:41 am
APS, thank you for the information, but please get a little more familiar with this newfangled Internet thing. The URL for your General Administrative Transfer information page should have been a clickable link. There’s no reason for this announcement to be a PNG graphic instead of text.
To say nothing of the possibility that the parents who need this information the most probably don’t own a computer. Indeed, they may not even read English. Is there a version of this in Spanish?
talkupaps | May 10, 2012 at 8:40 pm
@Ezekiel – thank you for your observation. The graphic now clicks thru to the actual website and once there, parents can view the information in text form, in multiple languages. Also, parents will receive this information from their schools and our ESOL department provides translation services for any of our parent communications. Please continue to alert us when we can provide you and our community with better customer service. We truly value your feedback.
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