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December 13, 2006

First, it was just a problem with Michaela Ward

Filed under: Cheerleaders, cultural values, McKinney North High School — texased @ 4:14 pm

This is from last October:

McKinney ISD Issues Response To Cheerleader Sponsor – Sports:

The McKinney ISD Board of Trustees, administration, campus administration, and staff will continue to deal with student discipline in a consistent manner in an effort to create a safe and positive learning environment. The District and campus have met with parents of the McKinney North High School cheerleaders and developed a transition plan and expectations for how the program will operate in the future.

At the time it looked like everything was going to be pinned on Ward. Seems like they have since decided to move up higher the food chain.

1 Comment »

  1. When will society wake up and smell the coffee on discipline. I cannot believe we as a whole allow teens to run the world so to speak. Who are the adults here?

    Michaela had the right idea. I am not sure what transpired during their “camp” to make the Fab Five feel she was one of them, but rules and guidelines are needed for any school organized activity. Safety in cheering/stunting is MOST important.

    If a squad isn’t disciplined, accidents will occur.

    Regards,

    Kerry <

    Comment by Kerry I Dudley — September 22, 2007 @ 11:21 pm


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