|Published: 9:20 AM, 12/17/2012
Author: Jessica Cross
Source: The Monroe County Advocate
MADISONVILLE-The sounds of the season
rang in the December meeting of the Monroe County Board of Education
on Thursday night.
The Sequoyah High School Choir, lead by
Linda Trout, performed a selection of Christmas songs, including "Baby, It's Cold Outside."
This is a new tradition the School
Board hopes to continue, rotating the high school choirs to sing
Christmas songs to kick off the December meetings.
Diving into business at the meeting,
Chairman Bob Lovingood recommended making a change to the Corporal
"Discipline goes along with love," said Lovingood. "It's necessary sometimes."
Lovingood suggested adding it to the
policy guidelines that if discipline were to get to the point of
corporal punishment, communication should be had with the student's
parents to discuss what led to that.
"It's good to have that discussion on
what has happened with that child," Lovingood continued.
See full story in the Sunday, Dec. 16, edition of The Advocate & Democrat.
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