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"From NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Elsa Chang and I'm Sarah McCammon. Parents, teachers and students across the country are gearing up for the new school year. But what that new school year will look like, is a huge question. Mark. We asked listeners for your questions about reopening schools here to answer. Some of those questions are NPR science correspondent Alison Operating High, Ellison. Hi there, Sarah. And NPR education correspondent Corey Turner. Hey, Corey. I want to start with a question we got from Kris Slater in Massachusetts. The question is, Are kids really less likely to contract cloven 19? Alison? I've heard this question a lot in the debate over schools. What is the most recent science about how the Corona virus is affecting kids? Sure. Well, kids definitely do get the virus now. Overall, they tend not to get a sick as adults. But I spoke to pediatrician Erin Carroll of Indiana University about what we do and don't know about transmission. There seems to be less transmission from kids to adults thin there is adults. Two adults. Kids don't seem to be super spreaders. We don't have reports of sort of, you know a kid going somewhere and spreading it. To a bunch of other kids. We've been a bunch of other adult, but here's the concerns there are we pretty much closed schools in March, right as the virus started to circulate more widely, So we have not been in a situation to find out of kids might actually be super spreaders. Yet there's still quite a bit of uncertainty. Chris in Chandler, Arizona, sent in this question. If the doctors and infectious disease experts could snap their fingers and implement their ideal plan without any of the normal political loopholes. What would it look like? Inquiry? What do we know about how it would look? And is it possible? So I think if you talk to school leaders and say, what is your ideal, they would say, without hesitation, bringing all the kids back. They know that Children are safer in there Schools. There are lots of kids in this country who are, for example, food insecure who may be experiencing abuse at home, not to mention the The obvious academic benefits of simply being in school. We know that remote learning is it's just not that good. But then what would that look like Having all kids in school? Ideally, they would still be socially distant. Ideally, kids will be wearing masks. The challenge, though, is ideal runs headlong into the rial. You start shrinking classrooms down when you space out desks and suddenly you have to put those extra kids in the gymnasium or you start having class outside and then suddenly you also need more teachers to be able to do that. I'm not sure there is reconcile ing the ideal with the rial. And Alison. What is the science behind these recommendations? Sure. Well, I mean, if you look at masking, for instance, many states have masking mandates for schools. Often it's for older kids Middle school in up But increasingly given all the new evidence on masking infectious disease, pediatricians say it makes sense to try to mask all students as much as possible. I think the best hope we have for getting our kids back in school is to keep community spread of the virus low and how do you do that? Will you do it by keeping people out of crowded bars and restaurants? By taking all the precautions at home? We've been hearing so much about Essential, distancing them asking the hand washing, so we kind of all have a role here. We're hearing a lot about how useful testing would be in theory to help stop the spread of the virus. Julie in Seattle, Washington asked Are any school district's planning on site? Covert testing? So are they And if not, why not? So I have only heard Anna totally of one district in Illinois that is considering doing this, And that's because they have a special relationship with the university nearby, which is doing some unique testing. For the most part, though, what I've heard from district leaders is testing is expensive. It's a question of access. It's a question of staffing and logistics. So for the most part, I think what we're going to see school's doing is maybe temperature checks. I think Also, schools are really just moving toe having parents in some way every morning. Attest to the fact that their Children are not showing symptoms and that they took their temperature. Yeah, I agree. Cory is going to come down to really the honor system right? Because think about it. I mean, it's just not feasible to do a daily temperature check at school or on the bus every day. It's also not the best screening tool because being told that a lot of kids with the virus don't spike a fever, so asking about symptoms and you know families being honest about their kids symptoms and keeping kids home When they do have symptoms may be the better way. Back to that idea if we all have a role to play here. Big question here that we got from teachers and parents from Jane in Long Beach, California, she asked What happens when a student or teacher test positive for covert 19? Will the whole school be quarantined for two weeks and then retested? Cory, What are you hearing from school leaders you talked to about that lots of schools are trying to divide kids into what they're calling pods. So that the same small group of Sei Tan or 12 kids will be together all day, so that if there is a reported infection from one of those 12 kids Then, ideally, you're only quarantining 12 kids instead of every child in the building. Now, a question that gets to some of the logistics we've been talking about. Let's listen to this one. My name is Lynn Brody from Phoenix, Arizona. And my question is, is the government going to give more funding to reduce class size and provide more teachers? So is it. This is the question on the minds and mounds of every school leader and teacher. I have spoken with so quick overview. Congress did pass the cares Act a while ago. That included about 13.5 1,000,000,000 with a B dollars for K 12 schools. But just about anybody who works in and around or on behalf of schools will tell you they need at least 10 times as much. Not on Ly to cover the costs of Cove ID, but also because this is happening at the same time that we're experiencing a pretty crushing recession, and so state budgets are absolutely slashing. Their education budgets. It's also I think interesting and important context for President Trump's very really push when he called a pressure campaign last week to reopen schools. There has been very little talk from his administration on actually helping schools pay for any of this. So Lynn, that is a great question. To which there remains no answer. Alison inquiry as you look ahead to this unprecedented started school this fall. What are you going to be watching for? I think I'll be looking for what are we going to learn about transmission? Are kids indeed spreading it in this classroom setting? That's a really, really important question to answer and Corey I am going to be looking at the mental health toll that this has taken not only on teachers and parents. Obviously, we've talked a lot about that, but on kids I feel like I have heard from a lot of educators and a lot of kids and I've seen it myself. I think this has been incredibly difficult on kids and as obliterated Many support systems for kids. It has distanced them from many of the very important grownups in their lives, and obviously the other kids in their lives. And that is going to take a toll that is a trauma. And I don't even think we've begun to reckon with that. I completely agree Korea. I mean, I want my kids back in school. I think my hope is that everyone heeds the warnings and messages coming from public health experts and infectious disease experts that we all have to do the right thing. If we plan to keep schools open and sent her kids to school. A question that I, too and wrestling with and we so many of us across this country are wrestling with as we look ahead to the school year. Thanks so much to you both for helping his field. These questions from.

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"kids middle school" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:57 min | 2 months ago

"kids middle school" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Listeners of San Francisco and Kiwi I North Highland Sacramento. It's 5 36 From NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Elsa Chang and I'm Sarah McCammon. Parents, teachers and students across the country are gearing up for the new school year. But what that new school year will look like, is a huge question. Mark. We asked listeners for your questions about reopening schools here to answer. Some of those questions are NPR science correspondent Alison Operating High, Ellison. Hi there. Sarah and NPR education correspondent Corey Turner. Hey, Corey. I want to start with a question we got from Kris Slater in Massachusetts in question. Is our kids really less likely to contract with 19? Alison? I've heard this question a lot in the debate over schools. What is the most recent science about how the Corona virus is affecting kids? Sure. Well, kids definitely do get the virus now. Overall, they tend not to get a sick as adults. But I spoke to pediatrician Erin Carroll of Indiana University about what we do and don't know about transmission. There seems to be less transmission from kids to adults thin. There is adults two adults. Kids don't seem to be super spreaders. We don't have reports of sort of, you know a kid going somewhere and spreading it to a bunch of other kids. We've been a bunch of other adult, but here's that concerns a rat. We pretty much closed schools in March, right as the virus started to circulate more widely, so we have not been in a situation to find out of kids. Might actually be super spreaders. Yet there's still quite a bit of uncertainty. Chris in Chandler, Arizona, sent in this question. If the doctors and infectious disease experts could snap their fingers and implement their ideal plan without any of the normal political loopholes. What would it look like? Inquiry? What do we know about how it would look? And is it possible? So I think if you talk to school leaders and say, what is your ideal, they would say, without hesitation, bringing all the kids back. They know that Children are safer in there Schools. There are lots of kids in this country who are, for example, food insecure. Who may be experiencing abuse at home, not to mention the the obvious academic benefits of simply being in school. We know that remote learning is just not that good. But then what would that look like Having all kids in school? Ideally, they would still be socially distant. Ideally, kids will be wearing masks. The challenge, though, is ideal runs headlong into the real. You start shrinking classrooms down when you space out desks and suddenly you have to put those extra kids in the gymnasium or you start having class outside and then suddenly you also need more teachers to be able to do that. I'm not sure there is reconcile ing the ideal with the rial. And Alison. What is the science behind these recommendations? Sure. Well, I mean, if you look at masking, for instance, many states have masking mandates for schools. Often it's for older kids Middle school in up. But increasingly given all the new evidence on masking infectious disease, pediatricians say it makes sense to try to mask all students as much as possible. I think the best hope we have for getting our kids back in school is to keep community spread of the virus low and had You do that What You do it by keeping people out of crowded bars and restaurants. By taking all the precautions at home. We've been hearing so much about the social distancing them asking the hand washing, so we kind of all have a role here. We're hearing a lot about how useful testing would be in theory to help stop the spread of the virus. Julie in Seattle, Washington asked Are any school district's planning on site? Covert testing? So are they And if not, why not? So I have only heard Anna totally of one district in Illinois that is considering doing this, And that's because they have a special relationship with the university nearby, which is doing some unique testing. For the most part, though, what I've heard from district leaders is testing is expensive. It's a question of access. It's a question of staffing and logistics. So for the most part, I think what we're gonna see school's doing is maybe temperature checks. I think Also, schools are really just moving toe having parents in some way every morning. Attest to the fact that their Children are not showing symptoms and that they took their temperature. Yeah, I agree. Cory is going to come down to really the honor system right? Because think about it. I mean, it's not feasible to do a daily temperature check at school or on the bus every day. It's also not the best screening tool because we know that a lot of kids with the virus don't spike a fever. So asking about symptoms and you know families being honest about their kids symptoms and keeping kids home When they do have symptoms may be the better way. Good idea if we all have a role to play here. Big question here that we got from teachers and parents from Jane in Long Beach, California, she asked What happens when a student or teacher test positive for covert 19 while the whole school be quarantined for two weeks and then retested? Cory, What are you hearing from school leaders? You talked about that lots of schools are trying to divide kids into what they're calling pods. So that the same small group of, say, 10 or 12 kids will be together all day, so that if there is a reported infection from one of those 12 kids Then, ideally, you're only quarantining 12 kids instead of every child in the building. Now, a question that gets to some of the logistics we've been talking about. Let's listen to this one. My name is Lynn Brody from Phoenix, Arizona. And my question is, is the government going to give more funding to reduce class size and provide more teachers? Who is it? This is the question on the minds and mounds of every school leader and teacher. I have spoken with so quick overview..

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"kids middle school" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:07 min | 2 months ago

"kids middle school" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Justice that his community led, restorative and racially just learn more at public welfare dot org's From NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Elsa Chang and I'm Sarah McCammon. Parents, teachers and students across the country are gearing up for the new school year. But what that new school year will look like, is a huge question. Mark. We asked listeners for your questions about reopening schools here to answer. Some of those questions are NPR science correspondent Alison Operating High, Ellison. Hi there. Sarah and NPR education correspondent Corey Turner. Hey, Corey, sir. I want to start with a question we got from Kris Slater in Massachusetts. The question is, are kids really less likely to contract closed in 19? Alison? I've heard this question a lot in the debate over schools. What is the most recent science about how the Corona virus is affecting kids? Sure. Well, kids definitely do get the virus now. Overall, they tend not to get a sick as adults. But I spoke to pediatrician Erin Carroll of Indiana University about what we do and don't know about transmission. There seems to be less transmission from kids to adults thin there is adults. Two adults. Kids don't seem to be super spreaders. We don't have reports of sort of, you know a kid going somewhere and spreading it. To a bunch of other kids. We've been a bunch of other adult, but here's the concerns era. We pretty much closed schools in March, right as the virus started to circulate more widely, So we have not been in a situation to find out of kids might actually be super spreaders. Yet there's still quite a bit of uncertainty. Chris in Chandler, Arizona, sent in this question. If the doctors and infectious disease experts could snap their fingers and implement their ideal plan without any of the normal political loopholes. What would it look like? Inquiry? What do we know about how it would look? And is it possible? So I think if you talk to school leaders and say, what is your ideal, they would say, without hesitation, bringing all the kids back. They know that Children are safer in there Schools. There are lots of kids in this country who are, for example, food insecure. Who may be experiencing abuse at home, not to mention the the obvious academic benefits of simply being in school. We know that remote learning is just not that good. But then what would that look like Having all kids in school? Ideally, they would still be socially distant. Ideally, kids will be wearing masks. The challenge, though, is ideal runs headlong into the real. You start shrinking classrooms down when you space out desks and suddenly you have to put those extra kids in the gymnasium or you start having class outside and then suddenly you also need more teachers to be able to do that. I'm not sure there is reconcile ing the ideal with the rial. And Alison. What is the science behind these recommendations? Sure. Well, I mean, if you look at masking, for instance, many states have masking mandates for schools. Often it's for older kids Middle school in up but increasingly given all the new evidence on masking Infectious disease, pediatricians say it makes sense to try to mask all students as much as possible. I think the best hope we have for getting our kids back in school is to keep community spread of the virus low and how do you do that? Will you do it by keeping people out of crowded bars and restaurants? By taking all the precautions at home? We've been hearing so much about Essential, distancing them asking the hand washing, so we kind of all have a role here. We're hearing a lot about how useful testing would be in theory to help stop the spread of the virus. Julie in Seattle, Washington asked Are any school district's planning on site? Covert testing? So are they And if not, why not? So I I have only heard Anna totally of of one district in Illinois that is considering doing this, and that's because they have a special relationship with the university nearby, which is doing Some unique testing. For the most part, though, what I've heard from district leaders is testing is expensive. It's a question of access. It's a question of staffing and logistics. So for the most part, I think what we're going to see school's doing is maybe temperature checks. I think Also, schools are really just moving toe having Parents in some way every morning attest to the fact that their Children are not showing symptoms and that they took their temperature. Yeah, I agree. Cory is going to come down to really the honor system right? Because think about it. I mean, it's not feasible to do a daily temperature check at school or on the bus every day. It's also not the best screening tool because being told that a lot of kids with the virus don't spike a fever, so asking about symptoms and you know families being honest about their kids symptoms and keeping kids home when they You have symptoms may be the better way back to that idea if we all have a role to play here. Big question here that we got from teachers and parents from Jane in Long Beach, California, she asked What happens when a student or teacher test positive for covert 19? Will the whole school be quarantined for two weeks and then retested? Cory, What are you hearing from school leaders? You talk to about that? Lots of schools are trying to divide kids into what they're calling pods. So that the same small group of Sei Tan or 12 kids will be together all day, so that if there is a reported infection from one of those 12 kids Then, ideally, you're only quarantining 12 kids instead of every child in the building. Now, a question that gets to some of the logistics we've been talking about. Let's listen to this one. My name is Lynn Brody from Phoenix, Arizona. And my question is, is the government going to give more funding to reduce class size and provide more teachers? Who is it? This is the question on the minds and mounds of every school leader and teacher. I have spoken with so quick overview. Congress did pass the cares Act a while ago. That included about 13.5 1,000,000,000 with a B dollars for K 12 schools. But just about anybody who works in and around or on behalf of schools will tell you they need at least 10 times as much. Not on Ly to cover the costs of Cove ID, but also because this is happening at the same time that we're experiencing a pretty crushing recession, and so state budgets are absolutely slashing. Their education budgets. It's also I think interesting and important context for President Trump's very really push what he called a pressure campaign last week to reopen schools. There has been very little talk from his administration on actually helping schools pay for any of this. So Lynn, that is a great question. To which there remains no answer. Alison inquiry as you look ahead to this unprecedented started school this fall. What are you going to be watching for? I think I'll be looking for what are we going to learn about transmission? Are kids indeed spreading it in this classroom setting? That's a really, really important question to answer and Cory I am going to be looking at the mental health toll that this has taken not only on teachers and parents. Obviously, we've talked a lot about that, but on kids I feel like I have heard from a lot of educators and a lot of kids and I've seen it myself. I think this has been incredibly difficult on kids and as obliterated Many support systems for kids. It has distanced them from many of the very important grownups in their lives, and obviously the other kids in their lives. And that is going to take a toll that is a trauma. And I don't even think we've begun to reckon with that. I completely agree Korea. I mean, I want my kids back in school. I think my hope is that everyone heeds the warnings and messages coming from public health experts and infectious disease experts that we all have to do the right thing..

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"kids middle school" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:31 min | 2 months ago

"kids middle school" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Gorka. This is 8 60 AM the answer. The antidote to fake news America first. All right, here we are, and we have an hour and six minutes left on this beautiful show America first, while I'm sitting in for the one the only my clothes of battle for 1600 on avid cigar smoker Sebastian Gorka, and it's great to be with you on board substance strategic advisor for Coalitions on Trump, 2020 former senior advisor and Trump, 2016 communications director for the Trump Pence Inaugural and assistant comes director at the White House. Let's go to the phone lines. We have only a few minutes, but I want to talk to my good friend Stephen, California. Steve. What's out more? How are you still good to be with you, My man. Good job. By the way, Thanks. I appreciate that. It's kind of you wanted a little lighthearted comment regarding Would you trust Joe fighting to try to train except Rosetta? And when you said the one about would you trust your fighting to serve your ice cream I flashed back to. It's a wonderful life on Mr Gower in the back room and Jimmy Stewart runs it is No joke. He didn't just mixed communists and social of fascism. Bitches! Do you take God out of it? Oh, my God. Mr Gar. What do you do it, But that's your vision. Joe Biden back there doing Well, Let me ask this question. So I'm glad you're here. And I'm glad I'm glad you brought up something right out. But really, there is a serious issue underneath. Would you My good friend Stephen, California would you want Joe Biden. Forget being a librarian. Or would you want him running your small town? Which one of us a principle for your kids Middle school? Have you in and out of, you know a lot of people. I'm sure you've got friends. Do you know anybody who would want a guy like Joe Biden running their kids? Middle school running their small town? Yeah, I got a guy run with everyone's day. And he just grant. I've got trumped arranged syndrome. He probably probably just send his kids to that school. But I wonder if I know I'm a Christian and I think of all the things that Jews had to go through, and I think I can. I can handle an hour of this, but trying to cover it up trying to get him over the dark from the dark side, But I appreciate what you're doing. I appreciate what everybody's doing all our supporters big. Thanks to you. It's so important. For all of you to talk to your friends. Don't be afraid. Why? I know that the woke liberal media wants to come down on everybody. Even your woke friends by want to scream at you on Facebook or in person, but Stand up for what you believe in. Stand up for your rights stand up for what America really is, which is the land of opportunity and the land ofthe strength. If your supporter of President Trump's Say it loud and say it proud. Talk about it. Talk about why you support the president. Talk about national security. Talk about the great economy. Talk about the rocket ship rebound the we're experiencing in this country. If we went through a plague, the country was shut down and we are almost back where we were before that which is having the greatest economy. In the history. President.

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"kids middle school" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

09:08 min | 3 months ago

"kids middle school" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This week waited with a strong recommendation for having students physically present. In schools. The American Academy of Pediatrics says continuing remote learning will increase social isolation, caused further learning loss and exacerbate inequalities. Joining us now to discuss what schools are planning for this fall. Jill Tucker K 12 education reporter at the San Francisco Chronicle. Welcome, Jill. Good morning. Thank you. Good morning. Glad to have you also glad to have Tanya Altmann with those pediatrician at the Calabasas Pediatrics and Spokesperson for the American Academy of Pediatrics. Welcome, Dr Oldman. Good morning. Thank you for having me on glad to have you and welcome and will also welcome Mariah Fisher, who's president of the Nevada Federation of Teachers, and she's also apparent with kids in the vital school district. Good morning, Mariah Fisher. Morning. Thank you for having me glad to have all of you and I'm going to begin. If I major Tucker with you, and let's begin by just talking about the divide here. On the one hand, we have pediatricians who are urging back in school and schools opening and on the other hand of the CDC. Talking about really going and sticking with remote learning to a greater extent than you have. Parents and parents who are Concern, especially parents of medically vulnerable kids or concern about other family members being infected. So you really have a major divide here, don't we? Yes. We definitely have a major divide. I've seen some of the debate come out and Protests and petitions when when counties have started releasing their plant and you know you have you have the foot parents who are very weary of being at home and they want their kids back in school. You have teachers and others that are concerned about that about their own health and others health If everybody returns to school, you know, So there really is this huge divide of what is the best thing to do in terms of of kids and education in the middle of a pandemic, And they're also a normal enormous number of challenges. I mean, if the schools do open, they're gonna have to open with Mindfulness about all the things that need to be done in terms of safety or security. Yes, Definitely. This is not only expensive but logistically complicated. You know, Normally, classes of kids are generally 25 to maybe 35 kids. Trying to space desks six feet apart or put dividers in between kids in the classroom says have some county plans have recommended if they can't space students. It is difficult. I mean, school starts in two months or so for many districts and so trying to figure out what is the best plan on DH, then implement that. Will be very difficult in this in this short time frame. And as we're seeing cases increase across California across the country, it's growing, you know, a perv all to schools and counties as they try to figure out how to open up We can assume I suppose, to some degree that we'll see all kinds of differences because it would appear that each county is goingto go along to opening on its own pace or what it decides whether it's hybridizing, remote learning or just opening completely, for example. Eastside Santos, a school district once more students to learn home this fall, and then you've written a good deal about Santa Clara with the whole road road map just released yesterday. That would mean going back to school. Yeah, definitely. I mean, not only our county is going to be offering different plans and different advices to school districts. But then each district is really the ones that they're the ones that are gonna adopt the plan. So in one county, you may have like in Marin County. Some schools are planning to re opened with all kids back or some districts and schools. And then other districts air, creating hybrid plans or going Tio coldest morning in the fall. It really is based on what their capacity is what their teachers unions are looking for, because all of this has to be negotiated the working conditions how much money they have to implement these things. On DH, you know whether they have the space or or even in parts of California, the outdoor climate to hold classes outside which which a lot of health officials are recommending. We're going to see completely different scenarios from school to school district, a district in county to county in the fall. You know, some schools are simply too small and some don'thave the outside room that they need and their budget cuts, which involved Custodians who are no longer able to do the kind of sanitizing that would be enquired required. Jill Tucker again. K 12 education reporter for the San Francisco Chronicle. Tiny Ellman is also with us this our pediatrician Calabasas Pediatrics and spokesperson for the American Academy of Pediatrics. And as a spokesperson for the American Association of Pediatrics and See the Academy of Pediatrics. Dr. Altman I'd like to Just get your sense of what's really important about moving toward opening and what is really seen as being the necessity of reopening fully. Well, I do think that you know many all the points that Jill brought up are valid and it is going to vary from area to area. I'm a school physician down in Southern California and work within advised many schools down here, and it's really going to be school leaders, local public health officials and parents working together to ensure the safety for Children, teachers and staff, and each plan is going to need to be flexible and ready to switch gear is based on the community's prevalence. So even the schools that are starting In person fully may need to be able to switch to remote learning. You know if we see the numbers go up, so I think these are all very valid issues. You know, As a pediatrician, though, we have seen some of the negative impact of the kids who have been home since March and again. It's not every community across the country. It doesn't very depending on areas that that kid's the kids livin, but for many being remote school just Simply isn't a healthy option for them and their families. And so I think, to the extent that we can all work together to get kids back to school as much as possible. You know, that would really be best. And if you look at the American accounted pediatrics, plans or guidelines that just came out, you know it. Really. There are really a lot of examples. So, for instance, desk don't need to be six feet apart. If you look at the data of death three feet apart, which of the W H O guidelines on what they use in many countries around the world. As long as kids are wearing masks. It's virtually the same masked with three feet is the famous 60. So for older kids Middle school high school, you know, I think that is much more feasible. When I've mapped out classrooms throughout Southern California, it makes a huge difference if you're talking about three feet or six feet. Also ISA difference between lower grade students because they're perhaps less accessible or less vulnerable. I should say to the infection fewer than 2% under 18. According to CDC and possibly even less transmissible, But we're also seeing a lot of concern. And I want to ask you about this specifically about the uncertainty with respect to the multi system Inflammatory syndrome, also very similar. In many physicians minds to Kawasaki disease. This is at the point of kind of low numbers now, but there's a rare disease, but it's a disease that could proliferate and gets much stronger in numbers. Yes, You're right. You know, we are seeing that Copan, 19 appears to be a differently in Children and teens. You know when compared with other respiratory viruses, such as our CM flew that we do see outbreaks, you know, in classrooms throughout the state every winter, and although you know there's still much to learn. The evidence does show that kids and teens are less likely to have symptoms or severe disease. They're less likely to become infected and spread infection. I think These are also you know, very important points when we're looking at getting kids, doctor, the classroom Now am I see is a serious illness, and it seems to be sort of a late Stage of having Kobe 19. So the kids that are getting this are not ones that have the fever. The cough, whose parents have been 19 at this time, but rather their families who were exposed to the virus, weeks before enough, didn't necessarily realise it or the parents had Kobe 19 The kids seemed fine, and then they started to get sick. A few weeks later. The good news is that it is rare. And I do think the major university hospitals and Children's hospitals throughout the country are now very good at treating it and I know down here in Southern California at our local Children's hospital, you know, we've had many cases and the kids have all Come out, Okay, now that we know what to do, and we are treating it very similar. The Kawasaki's yet differently because it's also you know, has its own nuances in terms of the parts of the body to parts of the heart and blood vessels that that it effects. So I think this is something that you know you can see with any virus and again. This is why teachers school nurses, pediatricians need to be aware if you have kids with fever for more than a few days that are not getting better. That looked really stick that have abdominal pain, Diarrhea, super lethargic. You need to see your pediatrician right away. But pediatricians know how to identify this illness very quickly and get kids.

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"kids middle school" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

06:56 min | 3 months ago

"kids middle school" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"Go ahead and going back I. Think the the the approach of of waiting for hot spots to develop you know is is the appropriate response. but at the same time we. Still think we should allow for. The younger generation to get out ingle to help help keep the economy going and and sort of get closer to that her to me, not obviously still take some precautions and wearing a face mask and large public areas, but and not have. No incredibly NASCAR, but right since there is no vaccine, I think the idea that you know shutting down things again and in the casino, your bars and nightclubs are mostly going to be filled with the younger generation. Right you know, and so I thought that. You know out obviously. HOUSTON'S A big hot spot right now, but. I think that we can. We don't need to freak out right now. With all new cases and I guess I'm just Kinda tired. A lot of your. Elective out in the over this without data I'm glad you said that and and being a teacher. Yeah, this is this is relevant to you and thanks very much of the phone. Call that I mean we're. We're worried what what we do and yet some degree there it makes sense it. If all the young people get the virus. And then develop a level of immunity to it. and we've protected the old people from the virus. That way can probably stop spreading the downside there though is while they're still no evidence that that kids transmit it to parents or into older people. There is some evidence that older teens do so. What do you do like Sweden for example young people were going to school. Kids Middle School. Kids would still go to school, but high school kids would not because they can get the virus that it can do damage to them, and they could spread to their parents, so there are still questions out there but I I will say this is Scott Gottlieb of the WHO used to be the head of the FDA said they're all sorts of scientific breakthroughs that are on the verge of coming in the next few months, and that that will help us tremendously. with with what we're looking at that by the time school starts, things will change I'm still hung up on the outrage or the Mascot Conservative Friends of mine in Texas. who were just livid at Governor of Texas for shutting stuff down, and they're convinced that they know more than the government has expertise, and and that's the striking thing to me about all of this or the number of people who have convinced themselves that they know more than the experts, because they read it on the Internet somewhere and I. Just I'm not willing to go that route. Frankly I'm I'm just not willing to go down the path of presuming I know more than the experts. I'm I'M GONNA. Listen to the experts and I assume you will as well. But we're going to have to figure out something for school. You know there are some school districts around the country who are openly talk about that are openly talked about not having school in the fall, and that is going to cause all sorts of problems because the parents need to go to work, and if they're leaving their kids home all year long unsupervised. That's GONNA be a problem for them. Hello there. There, well, let's let's move beyond the Supreme Court. There's actually some polio Georgia keep in mind. Summer polling isn't great for Republicans particularly here in Georgia but the latest poll in Georgia has Joe Biden in the lead against Donald Trump, but all the other Republicans doing well a, and that's one reason you have to take note of Opole like this is when all of the polling out there shows that. That the Republicans are doing well in Georgia, but Donald Trump isn't in the same poll there you can see that there some level of voter angst about the president himself, and not about Republicans in general, which to some degree it could be a saving grace for Republicans, there are a lot of people who are nervous about the nervous about the the polling, and nervous about the president, and and people who like Republicans in identify have long identified as Republicans suddenly not enamored with the president. There's a path for for the GOP post trump, but the president himself does have problems and you could also see a runoff in Georgia, in January with Doug Collins and Kelly Leffler. That appears to be the trend lines I've seen private polling, and now there's some public pulling out there That has Doug Collins and Kelly. Leffler in a run off against each other in January. There's definitely going to be a runoff in Georgia at this point unless Collins. Makes up for the ground and I. Say Collins there. Because Collins is in the lead This is public policy polling, which is a it is a left wing group taking pole, but it's very close to private polling I've seen from very competent pollster of likely voters that Joe Biden is a head of trump by three points in the Senate Collins leads the field with twenty three percent followed by Kelly Leffler twenty one percent Raphael. Warnock at twenty percent Matt Lieberman, and and Ed Tarver Eleven and three percent in the head to head matchup, Collins Beach warnock and then worn out beats leffler. There you have it. We will see how that shapes up overtime now. The legislature has gone home and the Casino Bill failed. And now you've got legislators. Who Were Mad at me? Saying I can't believe you ought to highlight that. We didn't want to pass anyway we'll. Maybe you should have brought it to the four, so he here's what I've been till this. This actually makes me deeply proud of the cynicism of the Georgia legislature. Let me tell you what I was told. That the Republicans had no intention of passing this legislation. And we're perturbed at me. For Daring to raise the issue of the legislation, because they had no intention of passing it, and I gave them a black guy and all they wanted was the money from the casino lobbyists th that they need the casino lobbyists. So there you go ridiculous silly, but nonetheless there you have it so it failed now. What past what pass the hate crimes? Bill obviously passed and the budget passed. Now I need to give you tip off. Be Smarter than everyone else out there on this. The Democrats are bellyaching about the cuts in education. Ten percent cuts in Education Charlie Harper. The George Politics website has pointed out this morning that the school systems in Georgia with with very few exceptions. Almost every school system in Georgia has more money in their reserves. Then, the state legislature took from them. So in other words. They have money in their savings account to cover the losses from the legislature during this downtime, and yet they're bellyaching. The Democratic position of there's.

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"kids middle school" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:57 min | 10 months ago

"kids middle school" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Thirteen years old that's a baby to me and a baby killing another baby I know she's a team it's unheard of but it is heard off and and and it happens and every time we have a school shooting or stabbing and I understand it when you look at the statistics it is a rare occurrence but to me one is too many everybody will comment on that kid going no well I don't think it was the you don't look normal or even quieter is kind of weird you would think that if you are the parents or the teacher where the coach okay colored jeans of somebody who was a murderous there would be some red flag and we need these red flags because we're trying to figure out of the next couple is going to be I think that somebody could be in your kids middle school fantasizing about killing James Holmes who did the work Colorado shooting I think that was universe of Colorado which university he was a college is that he fantasizes about killing people okay remember where animals in Egypt and the shock of all my gosh somebody fantasize about killing people I wouldn't be surprised if there's a lot more out there there's people to fantasize about sex I fantasize about eating in my dreams I'm eating I during my breaks I think about ET for some reason I just love that his eyes about eating you bet that there's people fantasizing about death work Kelly now.

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"kids middle school" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

12:00 min | 1 year ago

"kids middle school" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"And I haven't had a chance to chat with this. Week. But I know I'm curious to get his thoughts reaction about these new proposed changes that's gone to experiment with this spring and the summer in the Atlantic league Lend Lease like a triple A independently. But they're going to do all these unbelievably, well, I don't know. That's the word is controversial changes to a guest improve quote unquote, the game of baseball. They're gonna use a robo. Meaning they're gonna use track men's who to call balls and strikes instead of umpires they're going to push the mound back to sixty two feet six inches. I guess in an attempt to make it easier to hit to get rid of infielders shifts. They're going to implement a three better three better minimum appearance for relievers. It goes on it's really going to be unusual against gonna start in the Atlantic league this spring and summer, so we'll see what would have put the store with that. As they try to for some reason try to improve. And I put that in quotation. The game of baseball. My guest right now is Dan gray, the founder and owner pro swing baseball and softball trading center amount Kisco porchester, we're talking about his new book, the youth baseball bible and as as advertised and this guy right back to our calls. Let's go to let's go to Ed ward over to Elizabeth, Ed. Good morning, you're on the fan. This is a great topic for me to talk about. I am so old school with baseball. All these changes are ruining the gay. You know? What's amazing? We just lost a great coach. And I'm sure you're wherever Rick Fred help passed away to the legendary baseball coach Rutgers University. I'm well aware that yes. And he was one of the best in the country at teaching game of baseball with the fundamentals doing things the right way and all that stuff. So I know he we had conversations about this. He wasn't happy. But it was interesting without a college baseball game Rampal college play Joe's from Brooklyn. And it was great to see hit and run slashing safety squeezing with the way the game should be played in all that stuff. Right. And I know it's crazy the way the game is changing with the analytics and launch angles and all that stuff. I feel it's just ruining the game. And you know, like damn brought up that break point. The guy was upset because he had a sacrifice black. Well, when you're an old school coach, you're happy with that. You're happy. You're happy when the infield backup grandpa trading out for a running. But the way the game is changing. I actually feel it. It's actually ruining the game. Well, there's a lot of people feel the same way. And thank you as always for the call, Dan. Oh, I know how you feel about this. I'm not sure you feel as being ruined. But certainly, it's it's being changed. That's for. Sure. Well, record another quick story. I have a couple of kids who who pitch up at your alma mater, and it at Harvard, and they came in before they went back up for the for the season this winter, and they were telling me that that the, and you can just imagine that your alma mater, what you know, how advanced this is they were talking about a few of the kids that are that are are studying the analytics of the game, and they said that in the next five years or so there's really going to be three outcomes per hitter a Walker strikeout or a home run. So far. If if if everybody is excited and happy about that, then fantastic. But I'm not sure that as you said in quotes it improves the game, you know, in the long run. Let's go to another old school guys. Go to Jack Smith and over in fairlawn, Jack. Yeah. I'm sure you concur law that these changes are going to run on the Atlantic league is not going to necessarily improve the game of baseball. Yeah. You know? It's funny. First of all, I just want to let you know that scouts very upset with us. Just. Oh boy. Came up. Now, it's two hours early this morning. So Dan, I understand what you're talking about two at this hour early. But once again Zach played any Alantic league, you know, and and, you know, those are the places I guess to experiment, but you know, what talking back I always wanted to write a book. And and Rick knows it's Dan in the name of my book is going to be it's all in the head hitting. And and and the funny thing about it is we don't watch kids play the game. Like when I go to watch a game. I watched the way they they cut the corner at first heading in that straight line to second where the cutoffs are going. You know, it's not just about the hitting and about, you know, the home runs and everything the old school baseball is old school. You know, it's it's it's what we taught in. And it's not being it's not being taught enough my getting back to the the series thing and the success level. I how baseball actually teaches failure more than it teaches success. But one of the things I used to do with my with my hitters. Is every time they got up and hit the ball Vard. I put it in green dot next to that back. And when it came to me, he goes coach, I'm all for twenty one. You know, what I did is I gained the definition of success? Most coaches think success is is getting on base getting basic you batting average being high. It's not about that. It's about like you talked about before about putting the ball to right field to move that run. It a third base instead of second base things like that. So every time that a kid you hit a ball hard. I put a little green dot. And I said, you know, what am I your Larry successful? But I'm all for twenty. They said well look at this. And of your last twenty I bet you hit the ball hard thirteen times. That's excess. Yeah. No don't don't be so concerned with the batting averages. Your RBI's, you know, watch the player play like you guys said before and Rick like, we said, you know, we are old school and one of the things that I do in most of my lessons. Now is I teach bunting I teach how to put the ball down for base it infrastructure and understanding that if you're gonna fail, you know, sale with success. Well, let's play the ball. And jack. Thank you as always for for your your mother. Welcome. Thank you, Jack. And Dan, you know, I'm curious when the kids come to you today, you know, young kids middle school high school. Do you teach them about hitting and running and hitting the ball behind the runner at second base? Do you teach them those fundamentals that's still being taught? Or is it something? That's just well, you know, the kids aren't going to respond to it. So is that just gone by the boards? Well, it for the most part it has. I mean, I try and and and I think you, and I are what I call transitional guys. Meaning we're trying to keep a connection between the old school values in ways of the game that Jack just talked about, and what is going to allow these kids to be successful from evaluation standpoint for again what's important valued in the game today. So it's not specifically talking about hey, they hit and run. Run or to get him over or get him in. But about again, a mindset of taking a good approach being selective in definitive in an attack zone at tags on that you can drive a ball. And then just try to baxman that ball and hit it hard somewhere. I mean, that's you know, again as Jack talked about trying to have a quality at that doing that. Again, there's a little bit of a different definition for that as far as quality at back now than when you when I played I get a lot of times. It's the first or second pitch. But if you can get a kid to try to stay in a specific zone where he can battle up the ball and backspin you've kind of done your job. It's it's unfortunate. But this showcase our that's that's prevalent now and has been for the last fifteen years or so again, there's not a lot of value placed on on the things that you and Jack talked about as far as on the defensive side or the offensive side. Yeah. And that that's exactly what has been taking place as you point out. The showcase mentality is the the kids come in for. A weekend. Or so there are evaluated in terms of their speed arm strength power at the plate that kind of stuff with the risen really much in terms of getting a sense of how the youngster actually plays the game and terms on a pitch by pitch situation. It's just like, okay. Well, the numbers look good. So therefore, he must be a good baseball player. And yes. And Rick not to interrupt. But that you know, again, when you when you're going to these different tournaments and showcases, you know, this is why you have for example, team defense, you have outfielders that don't know how to play the the fence or the wall or don't know really the the value and use of of Kaufman because a lot of times you can't take infield outfield as a coach you're running on the field at the end of field. Your game is being timed. You've got all these people that are watching your players from behind home plate. And again, I think the the the the little parts of the game the finer nuances and points that the callers have talked about they get overlooked and undervalued. One of the things that I imagine the the smaller parts of the game, which is still essential. Just a personal observation and this is just anecdotal. It's not something I can point to in terms of the survey or research, but it seems in recent years damn that kids today in high school have a particularly difficult time and catching fly balls that this windy that day or there a high sky with the sun. It's like a venture for them. Whereas wouldn't perhaps when you're going up or I was growing up in pretty much catching a fly ball was pretty pretty easy nowadays, it seems like that's a whole generation has learned how to had a Nassar that skill. Well, again, I I again, I just don't think there's a lot of emphasis in value put on it. You know, there's there's people are worried about you know, trying to get the guys on the mound that can throw with high velocity. And they're worried about the power numbers on the offensive side. And again, I just don't think there's a lot of time spent on on those kind of things on you know, you're a middle infielder. The value of learning your partner on the other side of the. Bag to try to get comfortable in turning double plays or again outfield is working together and communicating again. I think those are those are aspects of the game that that, you know, people coaches, and and people that are in the game. Just don't feel that that there's time needed and should be spent doing those certain things. Yeah. I am. Thank you mentioned live and talk about hitting today. We're talking, of course, with Dan gray pitching, for example. I mean, the pitchers today the young kids coming up we all know about the epidemic. Tommy, John surgeries. When you get a kid is in high school who obviously has some ability. You talk to him about, you know, you don't have to throw a full max on every pitch. You have to actually teach the kids that the teach them how to pitch a what's been your experience with young young high school pitchers. Well, yeah, it's, you know, first and foremost, you know, you try to teach the kids that the most important part. And again, the book is really based on eight and nine year olds to twelve year olds on on what you and I would consider the modified shield, the the the real focus should be on trying to pound the strike zone through creating an efficient consistent delivery on release going. So that you can do that. And you know, it's very difficult nowadays when you have all the radar guns, and and you know, spin read and all that stuff to try to keep those kids focused on the point that most of the guys even in the big leagues as they get older, and you can look at she tobac- or Justin Verlander these guys that used to throw nine..

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"kids middle school" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

08:00 min | 2 years ago

"kids middle school" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"At our little piece of the pie. That's not what the property tax on the commercial owners have to deal with they have to deal with all five taxing entities that twelve percent ACC. She's referring to their spending is going up twelve percent. Twelve percent increase in spending huge on Tapuach say four hundred dollars for a ISD. And then the seventy seven dollars for the city. And then who knows what the other two are going to do. So when you add all five up, it's a real blow whether you rent or own here's Mark inks lake with a comment about jewel in the middle schoolers and high schools. Using this product, Mark welcome to Marc and Melinda. How are you this morning? Thank you all for shit, our daughter, graduated dripping springs last may and vaping was always a problem. But it was. Before school during lunch after school parking lot. And when the jewel came out. She tells us it just exploded that kids were because it hides it fits in the palm your hand, very, you know, coincidentally, and that they were vaping in class because the kids would act like they were yawning cover their mouth and just became rampant. She said dad, everybody's doing it. I believe it. I believe it. So how do you turn this around Mark? Well, hammer the manufacturers for putting out flavors like cotton, candy and chocolate bunny and bubblegum, and it's just blatantly obviously, targeted at kids. Yeah. Those those flavors according to a lot of research that has been done are very seductive for kids middle school high school the jewel knows that. They've now renamed a lot of their flavors trying to get away from make. Them. So enticing wonder you mentioned that the Joel itself is so small do they look at remaking those that make them bigger. So they're not so easy to conceal. That's well, that's that would be another. Good step. I think because again, that's when she said it exploded and moved into the school buildings, and it sells due to the compactness inability to hide and it looks like a memory stick. It's again, I'm being repetitive. Sorry. It's obviously aimed at hooking. The can is there any school policy. That's out there. Addressing this. Like, you know, you can't smoke on campus. Does that what that falls under our Frank Griffin? Has no nicotine at all of any kind. They couldn't they couldn't smoke. But if you can hide it, you know, kids. Oh, yeah. That just makes it even more effective than someone can't. Yeah. Yeah. And then if they get a photo and can posted on Instagram or Snapchat. They they're really heroic at that point. You can see appeal of it. The statesman published a study about a year ago that defects nicotine on the teenage Brian good read. I showed it to my daughter. Hope I hope I got to her. I do too Mark this company now jewel alone, which has seventy two percent of the market is now valued at fifteen billion dollars. They just exploded I invested in. Apple y'all. Somebody else can have the jewel. All right. You have a good one five one two eight three six zero five ninety call us. Text us with your comments, Nick, welcome aboard. Melinda. And Mark happy to have you with this? Good morning. Yes, sir. Like you can bomb online. They helped twenty years. So I really think they do some good. Yes. But you can buy them online. I got just say click if I make pain. I think that's what do you go in the store? Right. Right. Off online. Could according. Dad's credit card. They can do a lot of. They helped me enough over twenty years down to nothing and you can reduce the level of the nicotine. I don't think the kids are concerned about the levels of nicotine or whatever. It's just all about the look are just being a part of a fad. That's going on right now. A lot of don't know. There's included. Yeah. I think it's completely safe online for for nothing. You know, like, yes, very. Sure. Now have you yourself? Are you still using the e cigarettes, Nick, I am? But I've cut way back with being able to lower the next thing. All right. Good for you. Thanks, buddy. Have a good day. Yeah. The two thousand yrs of jewel are graduates of Stanford there. They were about cigarette smokers and wanted to quit wanted to to come up with this product. Yes, I can see definitely helping those that want to quit smoking. But it took on a mind of its own with these young people the Texas Tribune as a fascinating story about a democrat member of congress from the San Antonio area who had a fundraiser this week for Republican congressman. Oh my goodness. Say it isn't true. Yes. John Carter of round rock. And now this democrat congressman is catching it from Democrats. How dare you? What are you doing? You should have been helping our democrat candidate nj Hager. We're trying to win control of the house. Are you out of your mind? I know they're out of their mind for bashing this guy. I mean Lord forbid that we take someone that we've known for a long time worked with consider a dear friend and hosts a party for them. It's come to the point. If you have a different opinion, if you're different than I am. And you're supposed to thing different. We can't even communicate. We shouldn't even be looking at each other much less talk to each other or be in the same room together. It's that's just so ridiculous. Says I've been a long time friend of judge John Carter and we've worked together on a lot of issues, and he says, look I put more money into the democrat effort to win house seats than just about anybody. We're all required to put in two hundred thousand dollars I put in four hundred thousand dollars. So what if I do something to help one Republican, but the Democrats are are really angry at him. They're saying look this might come down to one or two house seats for full control of the house. Are you out of your mind? Yeah. Are you going to be the one that contributes to the Republicans keeping control? How dare you? It's silly. It's silly. It really is that you can't be friends with somebody that maybe on a different political spectrum is what you are. It really is silly to me. Well, that's where we are on one level. I do understand their passion and. Wanting to regain. Yes. Yes. And this could come right down to one or two seats. They're right about that. And if they can get control of the house, we all know impeachment of Trump is coming immediately. I get that. But I guess I was just raised differently that, you know, family friends should come before political anything. You know, regardless. Yes. I mean that speaks volumes to me for this guy who I've never even heard of that. I would definitely go. Okay. Well, he obviously is someone who's loyal to his friends thinks that they're a dear friend, helping him out. I would probably look him up and see what it more about him. Some dims are a little bit suspicious of quasar. They say he's he's kind of conservative for a democrat in got a good seat on a key house committee..

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"kids middle school" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer

AM 870 The Answer

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"kids middle school" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer

"It's really very interesting such bastards i gotta tell you what i really it's just bastards the the attempt to lie to you that they are somehow doing a trump's own good is it's breathtaking anyway on this wednesday radio show that very good question was asked and answered by rush limbaugh right why why what did they have why didn't they have spies and hillary's campaign limbaugh asked why weren't they trying to prevent russian involvement in hers and then he answered his own question of course but the only obvious answer because they were the ones orchestrating the russian involvement they were the ones trying to create it they didn't want trump because they wanted there to be some collusion and when there wasn't any they try to make some so running spies on trump foreign policy advisers advisor like george papa popadopoulos and carter page that's what they did it's fascinating all right let's see google there's this little story of google when you when you look up a particular issue for example i told you a while ago that if you look up abraham lincoln or particularly what political party did abraham lincoln belong to you would think you know republican is the first republican president after all but no no no you'd be wrong jeff it's according to google he was part of the national union party not the republican party and and that's the amazing thing they expect people doing research they know that most of the people doing the research on this using google will be younger kids middle school kids maybe younger high school kids and they'll see national union party and technically speaking that was a a nomdeguerre number plume of the republican party at the time but it's like saying i don't know the democratic party they'd like to call themselves the compassionate party so you would tell you know hillary clinton belongs to the compassionate party and that's what that's the equivalent the republicans were the national union party that was the policy but that's not their official name and then when you get the idea so this time they they they say what what is the if you looked up the california republican party and it says you know what their ideologies are and you know.

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"kids middle school" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"kids middle school" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Bird all right back to the call to go here on a wednesday the devil dot morning good morning i got three things here if i run a time you hold me over at freesheet it first and foremost eagle is talking about the schools a single point entry and how won't work because you have to have multiple exits are schools already used single point entry all the exits are still there they still work but they're locked from the outside so you can't come in you push push the bar just like any other fire door door pops open your the doors stick a camera on it and that way there's someone opens the door front office is immediately alert and they can see if it's being used for purposes or not but the two reasons why a single point entry won't work in most schools or at some point in time is a typical elementary school has a couple of hundred kids middle school has a thousand or better high school can have to four thousand or more well you got all them kids showing up with an hour or each other going through a single point waiting to go through tsa type checkpoint what's to stop somebody from coming up in the parking lot mown down a vehicle or shooting them out in the parking lot or someone showed up early getting high vantage point and sniping everybody from the outside so it doesn't solve it doesn't solve the problem so that's one reason why won't work the second reason why won't work is the aclu all you have to do is google aco you against metal detectors in schools and you'll pick up a half dozen stories where every time the school has tried to do this search bags on the way and install metal detectors the aclu is challenged it on the ground illegal search and seizure over treating innocent kids like big criminals or we're turning our schools into prison lying atmospheres so those are the two reasons why we're going to have problems institute and then again it doesn't solve somebody from conducting attack on the outside of the checkpoint why rose away my second thing i have i really like big ed i i appreciate his knowledge and i.

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"kids middle school" Discussed on News Talk 710 KNUS

News Talk 710 KNUS

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"kids middle school" Discussed on News Talk 710 KNUS

"Sorry just recovering from the pot fast yesterday the smoke is still kind of lingering in just see the front page of the denver post probably not but this was party central downtown i guess in the rain and the sleet and what an embarrassment it is to me just personally someone who very familiar with the usage of marijuana the very young age i get it don't like it but now it's front page news the joint is jumping that's the headline on the failing and dialing dying denver post and i don't know i i understand i'm i'm more libertarian i'm a constitutional conservative those are the labels i like to use but i certainly lean libertarian on people making their own decisions but i'm sure sorry colorado decided to make it legal to make this spectacle out of more mind altering substances and i don't think it's playing out very well the damage on the roads people driving when they're stoned the laziness the health consequences especially the impact on young people and young people's brains and then of course the fact that with really young people high school aged kids middle school age kids seeing it as something that's now supported and accepted by society just a bad bad move but man there's so much more to talk about the net today it's just unbelievable what you guys do while i'm out of town what in the heck is going on today is a very important day in the fight for your right your god given natural right to win this battle over local state and federal governments infringement of your ability to protect yourself your family your community your.

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"kids middle school" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"kids middle school" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"In 707 tie jump which an dodd prior higher budget oof school campus safety has been a topic for many years we've had a series of school incidents over the past decade or so and to address the rising number of school threats around austin the public safety commission is in the process of forming a working group that hopes to increase safety protocols and the commission's ed strug says there's a lot to be done is impossible to heart disease tale i'm also addressed the emergency services person now they had acquitted yeah the group also wants to make sure coordination is among different police agencies is done properly in the event of an active shooter now this is these these stories are happening all over the area has been a handful of kids high school kids middle school kids right here in central texas that have recently been charged with making terroristic threat they had wanted westwood a couple of other high schools around town in fact there was a threat at walsh middle school just last week and parents are demanding some changes like pj kerr he spoke with fox seven news at this and then something gone around the globe may we would be stringent about it but at this point anything's possible in this pairs our job friday's threat was deemed to be non credible but kerr said others say and so the ron lock school district give them specifics on how they plan to keep the kids safe they're not comfortable letting kids go to class there some parents are is part of that meeting now while we thought it'd be a good idea to get us representative roger williams on the phone it's always a good i'd absolute always now wa congressman williams thank you so much for joining us here on the tanah don show and from what i understand you of a piece of legislation that's going to clear the way for some schools to get the money they need for metal detectors.

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"kids middle school" Discussed on TV Avalanche

TV Avalanche

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"kids middle school" Discussed on TV Avalanche

"The most recent season executives by common who are you might know from a film called john with two it's a show about the residence of chicago neighborhood it uh there's a couple of crimes going on early on but you're sort of it's a wide crosssection there's a kid middle school on the spiring chef eventual father all you know as a be young kid who has been left in charge of the baby he fathered and then tried with nor brian which event on your offcutter let up the discussion for spanish as a mitch snia what did you think of this one i i was excited for this because i like lena wave a lot i love to writing on that thanksgiving episode of this i just i there is not enough they are maybe there's too much there to spills if the shot is trying to tell a lot of stories in its to kind of sort of big tapestry show that i am often you know a huge junkie four whether in a tv form like the wire awards the kind of books that i liked read where it's like you're here's the story of seventeen different people in the same city in occasionally they intersect and a lot of the times they don't so in theory i'd like this and there are some good performances here button aegis none of it failed urgent enough or tied to gather enough to keep pulling me through it showtime gave his four episodes on screeners and i think that they improve a little bit after the first one which is sort of a little bit too grim and dry on and they they become slightly more laced with black humor uh going forward but like i got to give a third one another's read his stop and then there was a cliffhanger editor at while i'm curious to see what happens air and so i put on the fourth episode and i saw what happened immediately with the cliffhanger nato's you know what i i'm okay i'm not a gauged enough with this to keep going as of now a it's sort of its it's an interesting idea an interesting world but the stories themselves didn't feel quite compelling enough.

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"kids middle school" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"kids middle school" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"Gofundme page because to him he's raised over fifty seven thousand dollars but even he feels like there's something wrong with the situation there is another gulf on me account called give my son a good christmas which was allegedly run by the mother herself that has now since been deleted it was never confirmed to being run by the kids mother but it was attached were connected to where people work connecting it to her now that's been deleted uh again she's facing backlash over the facebook page with photos of the confederate flag of these other you know post's about buttered americans and out of the whole thing is just striking me as a little bit odd i i got to the studio today kevin west pulled me aside he said hey you know i i know you you had heard the big news is that the valls the tennessee valls were going to be going to the kids middle school to pay a visit to keep jones they're not actually doing that now i said interesting really why is that and he said well they just announced today that they're not going to be doing it but they they will be inviting the kid to come to kneel and stadium some time later in the year and i said to kevin i said well i have a feeling that might have something to do with the fact that a lot of people are now just starting to call this a big scam and there's a lot of people out there who aren't very comfortable with it now uh dakota can we bring up let's bring up joe schilling the audio clip of joe schilling this guy he's a mix martial arts fighter you know like a ufc fighter and he's based out of loss angeles and he two had seen the video reached out to the family felt very bad about the young boy being bullied in eastern esye said you know i was going to invite the kid out to los angeles i wanted to show him a really good time out here and introduce some two to all the fighters and you know we could go to a fight and we can go to some of vents together and he said i just decided to back out because just something doesn't seem right i feel pretty stupid or now people ira i was.

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"kids middle school" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"kids middle school" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Welcome back it is event ferguson show good to be with you the nfl having a big impact on elementary kid junior high kids middle school kids in high school kids and vowed to high school football players they've been thrown off the team for kneeling during the national anthem and god bless their coaching school for doing it texas high school football players throat off team for kneeling during the national anthem they got on good morning america for this these two texas high school football players were thrown off their team's literally moments after kneeling in protest during the national anthem before game on friday night the two teams from victory and praised christian academy and crosby texas plan the protest in advance and even told their coach you immediately asked his players of take off their uniforms and booted them off the team according to the local tate k t r k abc affiliate coach ronnie ray mitchem told ktrk here's a military veteran and as long and a longstanding roleplayers must stand for the national anthem is in place saying quote there is a proper time to do something in a proper way the two players african americans cedric ingram lewis in larry mccalla said they were happy with their protests due to the attention it's gotten ingram lewis his mother said she doesn't believe her son should have been thrown on the team and criticized the coach's decision saying quote he has a slave master mentality you got a throw the race card don't you if you were to go back to that when they wanted to tell us this is what you're going to do and this is how it's going to be done he has that coach as a slave master mentality a slave master mentality i actually feel bad for these high school players these two players gig of team because it's very clear they've been indoctrinated by their parents to just screen the race card anything any time something doesn't go their way for the mother to come out after the kids new in advance that they were q honor and stand for the national anthem and they chose to district beck the.

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"kids middle school" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"kids middle school" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"It's basically the manila russia if you don't ya got everything fullsized basketball hoop yeah onslaught of so we are here uh let's let's start with how we got here the jj why foundation we the awardwinning listeners raised over what fifty five thousand dollars sixteen thousand six thousand dollars on forty five for your foundation so i wanted to talk to you quickly like a little bit about your foundation um it is for kid middle school kids and i don't want you to put a price on a child's life but how many children you think we saved with our over 50000 got saved a lot there was a as i told you before it's thoroughly impressive what the work what the awardwinning listeners did but he saved a lot of kids at sea here sixty sixty thousand dollars uh you roughlybuilt see built a few basketball courts he bought a lot of jersey's new jersey's for edson if they didn't later thursday when they were dia is they're all your jersey his own nails in because then you end up being the numbers one selling jersey ling little bruins skin licencees i'm running who else made children where you say that one for later um so the foundations so it helps out got middle school kids get afterschool activities that so we basically provide them it's schools underprivileged areas so basically if they have sixty percent or more of their kids on a freer dupont's programs we go in and we provide whether they need soccer balls in soccer nets are basketball hoops basketball's uniforms wrestling mat whatever they need basically to be functioning sport we give them and people don't know this but you started that foundation.

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