DO NOT REMOVE FAMILY CONSUMER SCIENCE FROM CURRICULUM
  • Petitioned John Bertolino

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President: Union Area School Board
John Bertolino

DO NOT REMOVE FAMILY CONSUMER SCIENCE FROM CURRICULUM

    1. Chris Stiles
    2. Petition by

      Chris Stiles

      Las Vegas, NV

Mrs. Pardick AND this class has helped every single one of us in one way or another and to remove her for some of the reasons proposed would be absolutely demeaning to her and not to mention pathetic!

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      • about 2 years ago

      She's one of only a handful of teacher's that make learning interesting.! And she was someone you could trust and talk to about anything. She's a teacher students actually enjoy talking to. you can't fire somebody that means so much to so many people.Her class really is important.!

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    • jeremy rice NEWCASTLE PA, PA
      • over 2 years ago

      she is like the best teacher around and with out her in school it would be boring .....thats like the only class i like

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    • Teresa Brownlee FALLS CREEK, PA
      • over 2 years ago

      Family and Consumer Science classes are so beneficial for students and it's standards include areas that will help them for the rest of their lives including financial management, nutrition, child development and so forth. To take these classes out is a huge disservice to the students.

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    • brandi waugh NORTHERN CAMBRIA, PA
      • over 2 years ago

      Mrs. pardick was a huge part of all of my life. I loved having her as a teacher and i'll never forget her. Removing her class would be awful she is a wonderful teacher.

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    • Kristin Klingensmith NEW CASTLT, PA
      • over 2 years ago

      Mrs Pardick was one of the greatest techers around, It wont be the same without her. Alot of people will be dissapointed

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