Parents are responsible for their children’s actions, health, education and welfare, not the state

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Julie Reeder
Julie Reeder
In the last few weeks we have heard reports of some damaged bathrooms at a high school apparently in relation to a September TikTok challenge to do vandalism or damage to school property. In October, the TikTok challenge is allegedly to slap a teacher or smack a staff member. Unbelievable. I know children aren’t perfect, but I have to wonder if their parents are involved in their lives at all? What kind of a family do they belong to? Luckily the superintendent of this school is offering a reward and working to find the students, promising to prosecute the students and the parents will be liable too - of course, because parents are ultimately responsible for their children. I hope the students are found. I hope, for their sake, they face consequences. I hope their parents take re
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