Any parent could have told the educators at Jefferson County Public Schools that trying to tag five-year olds as a way to track them in the school district’s monster school busing program was going to be a mess.
On day one of the new school year, it was.
Read the latest on this huge social engineering plan gone crazy in the Courier-Journal.
A dozen kids didn’t finally get home until 9 PM. Four hundred more didn’t get to their homes until after 6 PM.
The district clearly lost control of some students as even kids considerably older than five had problems. The Courier says Amelia Rodriguez told them that when she tried to find out what had happened to her 10-year-old daughter, the district personnel asked her to tell them if she finally showed up!
What a great introduction to school for these kids!
I hope the judge who threw out the lawsuit against this mess last week is paying attention. Fortunately, the parents in that suit say they are going to appeal. After what happened yesterday, I wouldn’t be surprised to see a whole lot more parents jump on board the court action.