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Re: compilation time?? Re: [howardpubliced] issue that causes me great regret, again more concern about the precious dollar than anything else

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  • Allen Dyer
    sue, that would work. if it s not too much work, put the messages in chronological order (earliest first) and delete the repeated message sections. allen
    Message 1 of 4 , Jun 12, 2009
      sue,  that would work.  if it's not too much work, put the messages in chronological order (earliest first) and delete the "repeated message" sections.  allen
      ----- Original Message -----
      Sent: Friday, June 12, 2009 6:34 AM
      Subject: Re: compilation time?? Re: [howardpubliced] issue that causes me great regret, again more concern about the precious dollar than anything else

      Allen,

      How should I do that?  Copy all the emails into one separate file and then forward them to you?
      Sue

      On Thu, Jun 11, 2009 at 9:59 AM, Allen Dyer <aldyer@...> wrote:


      sue,  i believe your message about the lack of an opportunity for seniors to get their yearbooks prior to graduation spawned a great discussion.  could i ask you to collect the thread into one file that i could forward to the appropriate folks at the central office?  thanx, allen
      ----- Original Message -----
      Sent: Wednesday, June 10, 2009 6:54 AM
      Subject: [howardpubliced] issue that causes me great regret, again more concern about the precious dollar than anything else

      Well, I went to my nephew's high school graduation in South Carolina over the weekend.

      It was a weekend filled with great excitement.

      He proudly displaced his current yearbook, filled with many many autographs from his many many friends.  This will be his to cherish for life.

      It is a shame, and frankly quite disgusting that our high schools don't grant our graduating seniors the same privilege.  Because of the simply absurd premise that Spring activities must be included (although many schools nationwide have a supplement) our schools REFUSE to even CONSIDER a change to this policy. I tried for years at both of my children's high schools.

      Instead, they INSIST that SENIORS will OF COURSE come back to a yearbook signing party. 

      Hasn't happened, won't happen.  Students move on, and our children miss a precious memory which would have been available for years to come, but our administrators refuse to consider it.  I know you all realize that the main reason is that yearbooks are cheaper to print in the fall, so the schools make more money this way.

      It's shameful, and we allow our children to be deprived of a precious memory that would have been available for years to come.

      My nephew has it, both of my children (now graduates) commented on missing such a memory, all for the precious dollar.
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      Sue Medicus



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    • Sue Medicus
      will do ... -- Sue Medicus
      Message 2 of 4 , Jun 13, 2009
        will do

        On Sat, Jun 13, 2009 at 1:03 AM, Allen Dyer <aldyer@...> wrote:


        sue,  that would work.  if it's not too much work, put the messages in chronological order (earliest first) and delete the "repeated message" sections.  allen
        ----- Original Message -----
        Sent: Friday, June 12, 2009 6:34 AM
        Subject: Re: compilation time?? Re: [howardpubliced] issue that causes me great regret, again more concern about the precious dollar than anything else

        Allen,

        How should I do that?  Copy all the emails into one separate file and then forward them to you?
        Sue

        On Thu, Jun 11, 2009 at 9:59 AM, Allen Dyer <aldyer@...> wrote:


        sue,  i believe your message about the lack of an opportunity for seniors to get their yearbooks prior to graduation spawned a great discussion.  could i ask you to collect the thread into one file that i could forward to the appropriate folks at the central office?  thanx, allen
        ----- Original Message -----
        Sent: Wednesday, June 10, 2009 6:54 AM
        Subject: [howardpubliced] issue that causes me great regret, again more concern about the precious dollar than anything else

        Well, I went to my nephew's high school graduation in South Carolina over the weekend.

        It was a weekend filled with great excitement.

        He proudly displaced his current yearbook, filled with many many autographs from his many many friends.  This will be his to cherish for life.

        It is a shame, and frankly quite disgusting that our high schools don't grant our graduating seniors the same privilege.  Because of the simply absurd premise that Spring activities must be included (although many schools nationwide have a supplement) our schools REFUSE to even CONSIDER a change to this policy. I tried for years at both of my children's high schools.

        Instead, they INSIST that SENIORS will OF COURSE come back to a yearbook signing party. 

        Hasn't happened, won't happen.  Students move on, and our children miss a precious memory which would have been available for years to come, but our administrators refuse to consider it.  I know you all realize that the main reason is that yearbooks are cheaper to print in the fall, so the schools make more money this way.

        It's shameful, and we allow our children to be deprived of a precious memory that would have been available for years to come.

        My nephew has it, both of my children (now graduates) commented on missing such a memory, all for the precious dollar.
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        Sue Medicus



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        Sue Medicus



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        Sue Medicus
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