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SA April 17, 2014 at 07:58 am
1st you “raise” farm animals and rear children … 2nd Administrators are just as aRead More threat as the students are; so if either or look or are acting oddly pull them to the side and figure out what is going on. Aside from Democrats, Liberals and being “PC” is destroying this country.
Judy Galarza April 17, 2014 at 06:14 pm
Still upset how they handled it, we get phone call and email at the end of the day, yet my son wasRead More at school all day and didn't even know about it until I text him and asked him if he was locked down or what was going on he was completely oblivious to the situation. Parents should have been notified immediately credible or not so they can decide if they want their child in school or not ! I pray that this is just a hoax and it truly is incredible but not knowing doesn't sit well with me, complacency will get you killed
Judy Galarza April 17, 2014 at 06:15 pm
"Not credible " not incredible sorry long day
A TB skin test is performed by injecting a small amount of tuberculin under the skin. Health officials then wait 48 to 72 hours to determine if there is a reaction to the test. (Photo: Wikimedia Commons)
AlwaysPO'd April 9, 2014 at 02:37 pm
"Alway's PO'd your ridicules....you just made that up." -- KleinerRead More _______________________________________________________ Did you mean to say "ridiculous"? Ridiculous is the notion you brought forth about Obamacare's involvement in this issue and to "ridicule" someone is much the action you bring upon yourself with such stupid grasps at promoting the liberal agenda. As for "just making things up" ... you my friend are in a class all by yourself.
AlwaysPO'd April 9, 2014 at 02:44 pm
MurrietaMom4, you must not make any money to afford this plan but hopefully things will change andRead More you'll be better off and will be forced off of it. Remember, someone is paying for your medical costs and that is the real savoir here, not Uncle Barry. It's your neighbors. Same as it was before he arrived. Nothing magical about it. In my day it was called County Hospital.
ChrisG April 9, 2014 at 07:12 pm
Obamacare has done more to hurt lower income folks than help. Ask the multitude that has theirRead More hours cut and now have multiple jobs trying to support themselves on.
After winning honors at the Fullerton College Jazz Festival, the Vista Murrieta High School Jazz Band will be performing at the Reno Jazz Festival on Friday. (Photo by Kristin Fuller)
Joe Rubalcava April 8, 2014 at 10:19 am
congratulations to the Vista Murrieta high school jazz band, Great job
Gary April 8, 2014 at 10:47 am
OMG something positive finally coming out of this school. Good Job guys and gal !!
janiecruise April 10, 2014 at 12:01 am
We want to hear more about your performance and activities at Reno Jazz Festival. CongratulationsRead More and have an awesome week-end!!
Menifee parents crowd the board room wearing their red shirts.
ChrisG March 27, 2014 at 06:24 am
This is good. I hope MUSD will approve this charter school.
ChrisG March 27, 2014 at 10:23 am
@Mad, how do you know this? Good news if true.
KMA March 27, 2014 at 02:33 pm
Good job Mad.
Winners of the Rotary Club of Murrieta’s Four-Way Test Speech Contest includes, from left, Ingrid Adams, third place from Great Oak High School; and Murrieta Valley High School’s Jessica Kim, second place, and Cassidy Thornburg, who took first place.
Lynda StarWriter March 22, 2014 at 08:14 am
Congratulations, ladies! One of my most prized, polished, sparkling personal and professional gemsRead More is my public speaking and writing repertoire. As a Distinguished Toastmaster, Toastmasters Int'l encourages me and gives me the tools to keep me on my public speaking toes. It's refreshing to see young women garnering public speaking awards! I KNOW I'll be seeing you and listening to you on your wonderful path! Congratulations, again....
(left-right) Karen Caruso, Exalted Ruler; Ed Repic CHEA Drug Awareness Chairman; Emily Crivello; Bela Dobbins; Kiley Beaart; Barbara Conner, Lodge Drug Awareness Chairman; and Paul Gonzalez, District Drug Awareness Chairman.
Alek J Hidell March 5, 2014 at 06:31 am
they should ban those caffeinated drinks like Monster and Rock Star and 5 hour as well. Kids theseRead More days are all amped on that crap. And have you guys noticed all those 99 cent tiny bottles of vodka lying about? 100 proof and everybody can afford them. Made for kids.....
southernbelle February 28, 2014 at 08:57 am
Alek--I literally spit out my coffee---the words you come up with just kill me!!!Read More hahahahahahahahahahaha
MurrietaMom4 February 28, 2014 at 04:36 pm
It was 2 hand touch during PE class. So should the school be liable for my 5th grader getting kickedRead More in the head with a kickball during PE? Or would I sue little league for my son breaking his nose because someone threw it and my son doesn't catch it? NO. This is because he lost his scholarship so they want to get a scholarship somewhere. It is unfortunate. But you want PE in schools ...now we cant have PE in schools because they could get hurt. Which is it?
Jamee Parcell February 28, 2014 at 07:52 pm
I also agree with Murrieta mom 4 my son broke his leg playing in a pony baseball game going into hisRead More senior year of high school, he had to miss out on football came and a few other things. Should I have sued harveston park because of hole in the grass! No it's called an accident! Just like what happen to this boy. My son also had 7th period pe and played 2 hand touch. It's harmless. It's pe! Accidents happen!
Alek J Hidell February 4, 2014 at 08:39 pm
The students are given just 4 to 6 minutes for each proceeding; imagine how efficient our courtRead More systems would be if actual attorneys had time limits on theirs? say one hour?
TSManning February 5, 2014 at 09:11 am
Imagine if Riverside county courts weren't corrupt with lazy judges and slimy mitigation. Hmm butRead More what about the accuracy there? Will they actually have a fair chance not to be currupt and or correctly dealt a real trial set up?
Lauren Cecile Matheney.
Jeff Kleiner February 4, 2014 at 10:08 am
@southernbelle, I don't think this is just a current situation with our kids. It's just now beingRead More addressed. It's always been there at an alarming rate....we now monitor it better with health care, social media and studies by health professionals and crime professionals.
Marti Searcy February 4, 2014 at 02:23 pm
She also looks like a woman who works at the Temecula Walmart... just weird why can't you go withRead More somebody your own age you going to do it.
southernbelle February 4, 2014 at 02:45 pm
@Jeff- I know it is not a current issue, but it is happening at a much greater rate, enveloping aRead More lot more youth than ever before. I agree that we are more educated in these issues and provide better management, but there are countless upon countless number of teens who are not being treated at all, who refuse to be treated due to stigma, or can't afford to be treated. It's tragic- the number of teens who are suffering.
From left: Theresa Schneider, Thompson Middle School; Lavinia Tikasingh, Shivela Middle School; Cathleen Hansen, Thompson; and Monica Farmer-Hajduk, Adam Rowland, Lacey Aarsvold, all from Warm Springs Middle School. (Courtesy photo)
TemeKoala January 26, 2014 at 01:56 am
Alek Hidell listens to Rush Limbaugh all day then regurgitates his right wing talking points untilRead More his face turns blue. What a blow hard, this guy is like a paid phony he can't be real.
TemeKoala January 26, 2014 at 01:57 am
Alek Hidell and Brenda make sweet passionate love via comment section.
AlwaysPO'd January 26, 2014 at 03:27 pm
I have to concur with Newman, Alex is indeed not a Rush parrot but he's not too far off on theRead More teacher's union stronghold of our kids' academic future. Their pensions and benefits far, far exceed what the average Joe has and the insult is that the average Joe has to foot the bill for it.
Jeff Kleiner January 27, 2014 at 02:59 pm
You go on to attack me in your last post to Cookie's Mom.....Kleiner's rage. Trust me, I never getRead More angry.....I laugh is all I do. As you have no idea what my personality is like. I am free for you to contact at any time. jeff_kleiner@hotmail.com. You have mentioned my wife many times. I will however agree to your truce as long as you don't follow up with your friend in attacking me as he comes from left field under his aliases. As I said, I have no aliases. BTW-my name is not Walter, that was my Grandfather's name and I am proud of it, but if you have an issue with that we can talk about it right now. Remember the terms and I will.
Cookie's Mom January 27, 2014 at 03:44 pm
Yes, Guys, I would love to ignore you but I keep getting emails for all your mud slinging. It seemsRead More to me you both need a mediator! Jeff, thank you for taking this to a personal level so you and Steve can continue on a more private venue. Steve, please email him direct and if you need to, set up a free gmail account so you can keep it all personal. All of Murrieta does not need to hear your rants.
Jeff Kleiner January 27, 2014 at 05:13 pm
See you don't end it.....you know she is not on here to offer anything to. She wouldn't ever useRead More your shoulder. Trust me, you post to almost every article and my liberal views are only rants in your mind not miine so leave it alone now.
Rally participants, Jan. 21, 2014. Courtesy photo.
CB February 25, 2014 at 09:50 pm
Southernbelle, im late in reading your post, things got busy. But my kids have been coming homeRead More somewhat recently asking who God is. I try my hardest to keep it as fact, not pushing them to believe or not believe its true. And im fine with my 6 year old changing the channel to the shows about religion (as ive seen her do recently) because she wants to know what it is so many families have as part of their lives. I think my point is that kids are so excited about learning usually and they see it as a place where truth is brought to them. So i think if they were to learn religion in school, if it conflicts with their own, it could confuse them because it is a very complex subject. I mean, there are wars in the world over it. It is sensitive. I dont see why it is so offensive to keep it out of school at this point. My kids are growing up, theyre asking a lot of questions these past couple of years that are uncomfortable. Did you know that in i think its 5th grade kids have to get a signed permission slip to discuss puberty? In middle school and in highschool health class you get parental permission to sit in class to learn about sex and all that comes with it. Puberty and sex are things that will happen yet it is such a sensitive issue that the right is given to the parents first. Do kids talk about puberty and sex regardless? Of course. But to do it as part of education takes respect for these minors parents and guardians to determine. I know its not exactly the same thing as religion, but it is in the sense of importance and sensitivity for families.
TVOR February 27, 2014 at 09:08 am
I think we should limit what is taught in school to only a very basic overview of what religion isRead More and the most common religions of our time. It is not right to prevent students from expressing to other students their thoughts on the subject.
Sew Good February 27, 2014 at 11:06 am
I find it ironic that there is such uproar and hate over a kid making mention of Jesus in theRead More classroom while no one pays attention to what is in their child's curriculum. In middle school, my son's social studies class spent a month A MONTH on the history of Islam. They studied mosques, built mosques, and learned about the Koran. The book in use is being challenged for its inaccuracies but that doesn't stop anyone from teaching from it. This text actually credits Muslims for giving us the alphabet we use today. Not Arabians, Hebrews, or Phoenicians, but Muslims. Unfortunately, the same amount of time was not spent on the history of Christianity. And CB, I think it's sad that you are so afraid to teach your children about God. Maybe you could teach them how to learn and find information. God is not as complex as you'd like to make him out to be. I would suggest that you all learn who Jesus is first. Buddha and the Dalai Lama could offer your children some enlightenment, too. It certainly wouldn't hurt.
Temecula first-grader Brynn Williams is pictured with a Star of Bethlehem from atop her family's Christmas tree. She brought the star to school as part of an assignment to share a family Christmas tradition, attorneys say. (Courtesy photo)
Steve Newman January 16, 2014 at 08:57 am
Convict Kleiner- your religious rantings show what a hypocrite you are- you want the poor helpedRead More because that is you. Entitlement taker. And tell me genius, if the demoncrats in california have the majority, how is that going to affect Federal Law. It can not- you are blowing hot air again- and anytime you can not make an argument, you fall back on the old attack the conservatives dogma. Racist, stalkers, pervert-and you read the bible-what a joke.
chuck2251 January 23, 2014 at 03:36 pm
FIRE THE TEACHER AND CHANGE THE SCHOOL BOARD IF NECESSARY.
LBV Collins January 23, 2014 at 03:41 pm
@chuck2251: Eloquently stated, Charles. Concise. Poignant. Rational.
Temecula Preparatory School students are pictured during lunch break. School administrators are seeking to open a similar campus in Menifee to be called Menifee Valley Preparatory School. (Photo/Maggie Avants)
travis January 9, 2014 at 06:03 pm
This is too funny. The board has concerns that the school won't meet the "high standards"Read More of public schools. Why not let parents choose if their kids should go based on the performance of the school? If the school really is terrible, it won't survive long.
Demography of meningococcal meningitis. The red indicates the "meningitis belt," orange shows the epidemic zones, and gray illustrates sporadic cases. Photo/Commons
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MonaRoloson December 17, 2013 at 08:09 am
A Facebook friends of mine, has a 4 year old son in the hospital with bacterial meningitis. I'veRead More been praying for her and her family. So very sad to see her and her family especially her son going thru this.