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LetterToTheEditor — Cedar Bluff PTSA unbiased, president says




Dear Editor:



What makes a “good parent?” Webster defines “parent” as being “one who brings forth offspring; a father or a mother.” “Good” is defined as “virtuous; honorable; of reliable character.” A parent is loving and kind, truthful, compassionate, concerned, interested and involved, a disciplinarian, a good listener, and dedicated to their child’s best! That’s what we at Cedar Bluff PTSA are committed to. We love our children. We have approximately 1,800-plus students at our three Cedar Bluff schools and are interested in the very best for our students. We come from many different family situations, housing locations, and age ranges which cause many differing opinions on “rezoning.”

“Rezoning” affects all families in different ways, affirming many pros and cons. The transition from middle to high school is exciting and sometimes challenging, regardless of where you attend. We want our children, as you do, to be comfortable, content, and to learn to the best of their ability. We support secure, positive education standards at all schools. We will remain unbiased overall, and offer thanks to those who are working hard to look at all angles and make the best choices for our students. We trust that you will. As “good parents,” we are interested and dedicated to our children’s best!

P.S. We are all in agreement that we would sure love to see a new high school soon!



Sincerely,

Lauri Stone

Cedar Bluff PTSA President PTSA Executive Committee

 

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