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LAST WEEK'S QUESTION:

Massena School District teachers will now potentially be able to teach remotely, following a policy approval by the Board of Education, but some members were not keen on the change. Do you support allowing St. Lawrence County teachers to teach remotely?

75.5% -- No

17.9% – Yes

6.6% -- Unsure

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Here are your comments:

Teach remotely ? Sure. Now get rid of the school buildings, sports, all other non academic tax burdens. Lower teachers out of control salaries, benefits, and corrupt Union. Get R Done !!

5/17/2022 5:26 AM

Nothing but laziness...

5/16/2022 5:53 PM

They should get half pay teaching from home. Students are not going to do their work and fail. The board should all resign..

5/16/2022 4:01 PM

If they do teach remotely then a huge pay cut is in order.

5/16/2022 3:31 PM

NO, are you crazy. Hire teachers that actually want to teach. Hell they can move to Flordia and be a teacher up here

5/16/2022 2:01 PM

that is a big question and should be decided by the teachers and the school board of association at each school. Hopefully those discussions are respectful and informed.

5/16/2022 1:51 PM

If the students can't learn in a remote setting, then why should teachers be able to teach in a remote setting?

5/16/2022 12:31 PM

We pay them to teach in the classroom where children get to associate with others and not be stuck behind a lap top, computer, or chrome book. Isolated from in person contact.

5/16/2022 11:56 AM

No are you kidding teachers should be in school. Must kids today need to be in school. No wonder they are so far behind other countries.

5/16/2022 11:37 AM

No, why take advantage of any new technology that might make school safer? That's liberal talk.

5/16/2022 10:37 AM

I took distance learning classes in college and found them no different than a regular classroom. They need to be interactive so students can ask questions. It could also give schools a broader range of subjects to offer students because the teacher could be in a different school.

5/16/2022 10:11 AM

No! Another poor example of School Boards' bowing to unions without necessity. And speaking of poor examples - why did the Village of Canton government not have the Canton College ceremonial flags out along Main Street this past weekend for that institution's graduating class as historically done? Bet you the Mayor's salary they don't forget the flags for the forthcoming SLU graduation though! This Village entire board is demonstrated incompetent in so much, and this another example they are not worthy to serve its citizens!

5/16/2022 10:05 AM

Absolutely NOT! Teaching is an in person profession. So much more is realized when you are in front of someone.....our kids have enough screen time as it is!

5/16/2022 10:01 AM

Teaching remotely is bad ....and they should be immediately fired by the school district. Get rid of the Teachers Unions will removed them fast and quickly.

5/16/2022 9:15 AM

Let’s do remote so school taxes can be cut in a half. These schools are a laughing matter. It’s an overpriced babysitting service.

5/16/2022 6:35 AM

they get paid to be in the classrooms

5/15/2022 10:57 PM

If teachers can be remote, the same option should be available for the children they teach

5/15/2022 8:32 PM

That’s ridiculous! Look for another job if you don’t care enough about your students to physically interact with them! “Easy way out” of doing a difficult job! Unbelievable what this generation is coming to!

5/15/2022 5:47 PM

Our children need teachers to be present to learn. Remotely only if contagious

5/15/2022 11:51 AM

If it would save on taxes... though even if it did, not like they'd give us a break... and less slowdowns because of school busses. Pretty sure working parents won't be happy

5/15/2022 11:30 AM

I don’t understand why they would be given that option at all unless we have another pandemic. Students need a personal and social interaction with their educators. How can a teacher possibly maintain control of a classroom if they aren’t physically there?

5/15/2022 10:53 AM

Kids need them at school to teach …. This is so ridiculous, we pay taxes for them to do the job to teach in school …. When is this crap going to end & be normal ! They have a choice like us all to leave their job & find a new career … seriously enough is enough & teach these kids right & not wrong ..

5/15/2022 10:06 AM

Time to vote out former or current teachers from school boards who push and support these crazy ideas.

5/15/2022 10:06 AM

No way ! If you can’t at least go to school to teach in person then all these primadonna’s need to find another career! Our kids education is the worst it’s been in years and they have newer and better facilities along with multiple aides and monitors. If you can’t to the job. “ LEAVE “. Let someone else that actually wants to and cares about the kids give it a try .These teachers and the unions have gone to far . Ask them to find another town to ruin if they don’t like this one! And Remember they are paid by YOU. the. TAXPAYER !!!!!!

5/15/2022 10:00 AM

Whatever it takes to do the job safely!

5/15/2022 10:00 AM

So many children struggled through the Pandemic with online instruction. I watched my grand daughter’s frustration as her grades started sliding downward because of the remote instruction. What a ridiculous decision.

5/15/2022 8:07 AM

We wouldn't need school buildings,and related cost, buses,bus drivers. Our taxes should go way down,sounds like a plus to me.

5/15/2022 7:44 AM

other than for extreme emergency situations, teaching remotely doesn't work as well as in-person teaching. Many people phone in the work from home and I fear this will hurt moving forward. Too many potential distractions and too much of the honor system involved for permanent work from home for most people.

5/15/2022 4:46 AM

Time to get back to the working world. Covid is all but over. These teachers unions need to be disolved if they think they run the schools. They work FOR the parents, not the other way around. Hopefully this will all be a moot point gets put back in the chair he won. One question though..how many of the people crying about pro abortion are the ones who cheered on people being forced to take the poison shot in order to keep their jobs? Funny how the shoe is on the other foot now. Abortion is murder..period.

5/14/2022 7:20 PM

Why?? We have always dealt with flu season and statistics show the rate of infection/death to be unchanged despite the hype.

5/14/2022 5:33 PM

Through remote learning I was able to earn my BS degree. If it is done welll it can be a very positive experience. But there must be computors and internet available to all students.

5/14/2022 3:07 PM

I feel like we learned during COVID that remote learning was not the best for students. Not to mention that this is not cost effective. Who will be in the classroom while the students are being taught by the teacher at home? Also what are the guidelines for teaching from home? If you are sick, I'm sure you don't want to be teaching. As a Massena Central school tax payer I highly disagree that this should be implemented. Show up. Be present. Do your job.

5/14/2022 12:30 PM

Definitely would save gas.

5/14/2022 10:26 AM

Are you kidding me, covid has shown the education system has failed, now you want to take the personal attention away, come on, the people making these choices are not doing so well in the education of the children, this is not an improvement in education.

5/14/2022 8:46 AM

Close down the schools and no more school taxes.

5/14/2022 8:23 AM

I think it is very clear that when students and teachers are not face to face in the classroom some student's suffer academically. As a former school board member I would not support a policy change like this for our school district.

5/14/2022 7:53 AM

Do teachers teach at all? They have aides, assistants, volunteers. The classes are smaller in size and the children can’t read or write. Let’s get back to the basic. Reading writing and math.

5/14/2022 7:43 AM

All weekends and summers not enough? Sad. FJB

5/14/2022 12:52 AM

as we saw during covid, the students need to be in a classroom with their teachers in order to learn. Teaching is not a remote vocation.

5/13/2022 9:22 PM

If you can or don’t want to go into work to fulfill your job duties you are not worthy of a teaching job. If teaching can be remote then I want to be able to pick a teacher from anywhere in nys heck anywhere in the states! It’s a very slippery slope!

5/13/2022 8:08 PM

Its Two Thousand and Twenty Two. As long as same rules apply to Students, then yes. You can buy your home with your cell phone today, so I do not see why they can not teach via the Internet. I mean ever heard of getting a degree online? NNY needs to wake up and join the rest of the world. Its so stuck in the past and so incredibly anti progress it hurts.

5/13/2022 4:09 PM

Really? Might as well home school and get rid of the union. It's a great place to work, too bad there are kids. Parents of young children that work will be paying school taxes and a babysitter.

5/13/2022 10:50 AM

Education of children is fast deteriorating. Teachers should be ashamed. They are way overpaid for the 180 day a year job.

5/13/2022 10:44 AM

Remote [anything] is the future, unless you are the typical brain-dead North Country resident who believes that working in "mah grandpa's farm" is the future. Today's high paying careers require employees to interact with colleagues globally, and that means being able to work remotely. As a nation we aren't going to be able to work remotely until we can learn remotely. Plus, there are the inordinate benefits of reducing traffic, pollution, and in areas with weather issues disruption of education. Sure there are hurdles, but that is what we as a nation should work towards as opposed to going backwards. America of 2022 seems more like America of 1822, which is perhaps where one half of the country wants us to be.

5/13/2022 10:43 AM

Most of the kids cannot learn this way. I have a student at massena school and he struggled with remote learning! Teachers need to be in the classrooms! This should have been a vote by the parents, not the school board!!! If you do not want to be in the classroom, why did you become a teacher?

5/13/2022 8:16 AM

Not only do most people benefit from hands on learning, but the social skills developed in school are crucial for kids...i'm sorry but teachers and students staring at a computer in their pajamas is not ok. We belong in the school... lets not be afraid to the point of becoming recluse to our houses.

5/13/2022 7:28 AM

Face to face..do your job. Quit trying to milk the system.

5/13/2022 7:12 AM

Teaching is not best suited to a conference call environment. Perhaps every profession should be remote. Health care, policing, auto repair; all remote. Wow, genius at work here.

5/13/2022 6:35 AM

The teachers need to be in the classroom!

5/12/2022 6:15 PM

Excellent, I think they should be paid a higher salary than most of the people in the community where they teach for barely doing any work. And now they can barely do any work from the comfort of their home wearing pajama pants. Teachers are the true heroes, or so I've been told, by their union propoganda.

5/12/2022 5:48 PM

Are you kidding? Students, age 7, 10, 13 ? All Sitting in a classroom and watching a teacher on tv? You have to be kidding. Too many kids are behind, even before the pandemic. Kids need MORE attention, not less.

5/12/2022 5:35 PM

Routinely, absolutely not at the elementary and high school levels. During a pandemic, yes.

5/12/2022 3:56 PM

They complained when they had to do it, now they get the change to do it?

5/12/2022 3:30 PM

No, absolutely not! I've never heard of anything so ridiculous in my life. This is just over the top. What about my kids? Our kids? Does anyone care about them or are we really just trying to appease the teacher's union because they obviously matter more than our children!!!!

5/12/2022 3:09 PM

Why make it any easier for teachers? They have it made now - working only 180 days a year if that!! Way over paid for what they do. How many holidays or events have they missed with their families compared to Medical and Law Enforcement jobs? Only home owners should be allowed to vote in School Budget Voting - why do you think it always passes? Kids do not learn by doing classes remotely. Sad sad world this is!

5/12/2022 2:51 PM

Absolutely not! This was why students got so behind in their studies during the pandemic. If they're going to teach from home, then why do we need them? There are plenty of online teaching sites, so we could therefore save lots of money for we wouldn't need said so-called teacher. And in the article there is no reason listed for even considering remote learning.

5/12/2022 2:16 PM

This is getting out of hand. Children and teachers need to be in school!!

5/12/2022 12:12 PM

They are paid for in-person instruction. Clearly most members of the Board are either relatives of NYSUT members or former members. The teachers union is a plague upon public eduation.

5/12/2022 9:22 AM

Teachers should try and EARN their money

5/12/2022 8:45 AM

If they teach remotely my school taxes would go down, Right?

5/12/2022 8:38 AM

Perhaps the students who don’t behave can receive their lessons via remote, at home or in a supervised setting.

5/12/2022 8:28 AM

Remote learning, in my opinion, should only be available during a pandemic or other disastrous situations. It should not be used to replace normal face to face instruction which is preferable.

5/12/2022 8:22 AM

They need to do what they are paid to do. Why should they be able to teach from a beach or park or what ever when us tax payers have to work at a construction site or a hot dirty plant or what ever?

5/12/2022 8:17 AM

That is ridiculous

5/12/2022 7:58 AM

Schools are not about kids anymore, they're about teacher's unions. Teachers should go to work or find another job.

5/12/2022 7:49 AM

Schools 10-15 miles apart teaching the same subjects. A hybrid system could allow a high quality teacher remote teach many more students 2-3 times a week, with a teacher assistant in classroom at other times.

5/12/2022 7:30 AM

These part time employees need to get over themselves

5/12/2022 7:26 AM

Hell no, stop using excuses to not work. Get to work and be a productive member of society and stop hiding behind excuses!!

5/12/2022 5:47 AM

Covid is over. Time to get back to normal. Kids are behind enough.

5/12/2022 5:34 AM

If teachers can t teach in person..maybe they need to find a new profession...many realize remote education via zoom is ineffective...our children have dropped in basic education classes and need more 1:1...not less

5/12/2022 4:46 AM

You are paid to teach in person, that's what you need to do.

5/11/2022 7:03 PM

Teaching remotely is a bad idea because it was so obvious that school districts aren't training their teachers for this type of teaching. How can someone on a video screen keep control of their students? This is a very poor idea.

5/11/2022 6:01 PM

I guess the teachers will do most anything to keep their pay and benefits. Most were against covid protection and this is the answer. NOT!

5/11/2022 4:27 PM

This needs to be considered carefully and allowed in certain situations where it would actually benefit the students, for example a short-term medical leave where a teacher in an area where it is unlikely to find anyone but a $100+ "warm body"could be allowed to teach remotely until their return.

5/11/2022 2:46 PM

We have seen the poor results of trying to teach children remotely...it has been an utter failure and these kids are going to pay for that failure for many years to come.

5/11/2022 1:00 PM

Teachers should teach in person unless the school is shut down for something like Covid. If you are going to allow remote instruction, then why not just have one teacher teach the course all across the nation for every school and have everyone learn from home. It would save a lot on salaries and buildings. My answer is "No" - teachers should teach in person

5/11/2022 12:49 PM

With all the vaccines available why would it be necessary? I understand many children are not vaccinated, but if the teachers are concerned then they should be.

5/11/2022 12:37 PM

Teachers barely work as it is for the money they make. 7:40-3:15, every holiday off, summers off with the best medical and dental and average salaries in the 40s to 60s a year thanks to a corrupt public sector union. Now you want to make it so they don't even have to show up to work? Why would we need them at all? Why not spend money on a computer-based training for children to give them the skills to be autodidacts and let them teach themselves.

5/11/2022 12:32 PM

are you kidding me

5/11/2022 12:18 PM

Absolutely not.

5/11/2022 12:07 PM

Do your job! Or cut school taxes. You're damaging our youth because of your agenda. If you're afraid of the manufactured fear then quit. There are many in line waiting to do your job and put the students needs before their own. Besides seems to be enough Staff Development days to start developing the staff. Mismanagement and Union influence at it's best right here.

5/11/2022 11:28 AM

No, no, no. Crazy idea, but most things crazy these days!

5/11/2022 11:19 AM

In classroom is best method to teach.

5/11/2022 10:52 AM

This is absolutely not in the interest of the students. Sad that Massena Board of Ed does not realize there is more learned by in class instruction. Children need more than a monitor stuck in front of them.

5/11/2022 10:43 AM

Absolutely not. Enough is enough. Get back to normal teaching or find another career.

5/11/2022 10:16 AM

It was stated the effect remote learning had on students and now you want remote teaching. We need personal interaction

5/11/2022 10:09 AM

I believe that teaching is hands-on duty. If every job that involves teaching went remote then we would see a spike of drop out rates. Some schools are able to successfully continue online schooling but upstate New York is not one of those places. I believe it is St. Lawrence County's best interest is to not go remote. Many students are not able to concentrate online and will not pay attention. If they are in school then students are more likely to participate and pay attention. If teachers are online then schools lose the hands-on work that prepares students for real life interactions.

5/11/2022 9:14 AM

In a ever-changing world you would think remote-based jobs would become the future and that most jobs would be done from the comforts of home. However, we saw in the pandemic that education of our youth (if not properly prepared and setup) suffers greatly. If the school is setup traditionally for in-person education, then..the teachers SHOULD be in-person. If students and teachers want to go online and work remotely then they'll have to move. New York State school districts are prohibited from recognizing correspondence or online programs of high school study as fulfilling the New York State requirements for completion of an approved course of high school study.

5/11/2022 9:11 AM

I would think that this would be necessary only under the most unusual of circumstances; e.g., home under quarantine, some time limited physical limitation, etc.

5/11/2022 9:08 AM

Absolutely not ! The pandemic proved that remote teaching of our children was a disaster !! Massena, replace your stupid board of education !!

5/11/2022 8:45 AM

Seems only want the paycheck and not have to be bothered by the marginal students

5/11/2022 8:31 AM

How would that work? Teachers are at home, students in the classroom? have to hire people to monitor the classroom so, teachers can work from the comfort of their own home? sounds expensive and poor education model at best. Don't we hire teachers to teach and alot of that has to do with hands on instruction. VERY POOR IDEA....

5/11/2022 8:29 AM

ABSOLUTELY NOT! We already have a poor education system in this county. What are they thinking? Did Covid teach them anything? The teachers need to be IN THE CLASSROOM with the students. That's what they're getting paid to do! This is ridiculous! Someone is benefitting from this and it's NOT the children! Parents should be asking what the motive is and who it's benefitting.

5/11/2022 8:22 AM

There’s no possible reason to do it except laziness on the teacher’s part!

5/11/2022 8:22 AM

Get your lazy union a**es into the classroom and do your job! This Chinavirus thing is way too overblown and is being used by the teacher's union to follow the call of the radical communist left to dumb down our children to become obedient ignorant morons who will do as the evil satanic cabal tells them, and become totally dependent on them so that they can be CONTROLLED!

5/11/2022 8:19 AM

Many of the teachers are very lazy and blame students or the system for their inability to teach. Also they get too much time off.

5/11/2022 8:07 AM

sick days and covid positive otherwise get back in with the kids in the classroom where you belong

5/11/2022 8:03 AM

So now if they don't like your comment they wont post it in the comment's section! I'd call this one sided must be a Republican!

5/11/2022 8:00 AM

If they teach remotely then they should NOT receive paychecks.Laziness is not rewarded in our culture.Get over it and get on with educating our students.

5/11/2022 7:39 AM

teachers need to go to work just like everyone else. during covid, I saw teachers jogging, shopping and doing other things besides teaching from home. Isnt having 2 1/2 months off a year enough?

5/11/2022 7:36 AM

This was education of the future before the pandemic. Even more so now.

5/11/2022 7:34 AM

no kids need to learn in person not by viewing a computer screen all day. i also feel this can be harder on teachers to help kids who need extra help by teaching online

5/11/2022 6:40 AM

If the students have to physically attend class, why should teachers be any different?

5/10/2022 11:01 PM

IS THIS A JOKE???

5/10/2022 10:47 PM

Yes. All this nonsense about it not being good for the kids is just that. It's parents who are seeding these kids with idea's and then the kids act accordingly. Bad parenting. I'm talking about the ones complaining about masks etc. Children parenting children. Grow up and be an adult.

5/10/2022 8:35 PM

Without direct interaction with the students noone knows how successful their studies are.

5/10/2022 7:32 PM

Children learn best with face to face education. The teachers that want to instruct remotely should take a reduction in pay since they are no longer working full time and they are not available to their students in the classroom and after school.

5/10/2022 7:15 PM

Any way to avoid showing up..In 1968 I sat in front of a computer screen for 5 hours a day 5days a week at AT&T LONG LINES IN NYC. learning how,trouble shooting &operation of all systems and control systems. Do we really need all the people in education system??? It worked then,why not now? look at all the tax dollars we would save.

5/10/2022 7:09 PM

I feel most things can be done remotely, with today’s technology, it may lessen needed substitute teachers which are not available, less time off work for the teachers, so overall better attendance of teachers

5/10/2022 6:24 PM

Look what happened during pandemic-- generational deficits.

5/10/2022 5:46 PM

This is ridiculous. I don't support this what so ever!

5/10/2022 5:16 PM

All of our kids suffered when education was remote due to Covid. The kids needs educationally, mentally, emotionally and physically need to come first. They need to be in school where they can get the best education, one-on-one help, resources and socialization. If teachers don’t want to come to the classroom to help our kids then their pay should be less. It’s like having a doctor work from home instead of seeing his patients. The needs of the ones that you claim to care about have to come first

5/10/2022 5:06 PM

This has to be a joke right? Im a teacher and it took over a year for intelligent people to admit out loud that online education is a JOKE. Anyone supporting this non sense better get a clue.

5/10/2022 4:47 PM

Are you kidding, there are kids that need in person because they do better .way to go let the kids fall further behind .go to work like the rest of us have to .

5/10/2022 4:41 PM

Where has work ethic gone? Excuse to be lazy and stay in their PJs all day.

5/10/2022 4:40 PM

Parents need to teach their children proper behavior and respect !! Then maybe the teachers wouldn’t mind spending in person time with them !! Also if a parent doesn’t work and their child needs a 1to1 the parent should be the one going to school providing the 1to 1 coverage.Maybe both the child and the parent would learn something.Just saying.

5/10/2022 4:39 PM

absolutely not unless under pandemic circumstances. Education is just not the same when its not in person.

5/10/2022 4:37 PM

Teachers need to be in the classroom unless there is a declared emergency for K - 12.

5/10/2022 4:28 PM

It depends on the subject matter and on the teacher. Most substitutes these days are just a warm body passing out homework for a study hall. However, a history teacher at home with a sick kid can still discuss the civil war with the class while a substitute proctors the class. But a Pre-K teacher wouldn't be able to teach effectively from home since that class is more hands on. It also would depend on whether the teacher is effective teaching remotely.

5/10/2022 3:56 PM

No..its bad enough our kids are losing ground now this..come on..if you are going this route than hire and home school and leave NY state run schools behind..

5/10/2022 3:42 PM

Remote teaching is a bad idea, the students are the losers, if I do not go in to work, I would get fired, why is it any different for teachers?

5/10/2022 3:41 PM

Why in god's creation would teachers need to be remote? This whole COVID nonsense needs to stop and people need to stop being ignorant and realize what we are teaching our children...that its ok to be lazy.

5/10/2022 2:48 PM

My daughter did not do well on zoom for learning. For a teacher to be able to choose to stay home, does not give her optimal learning ability, and fails her.

5/10/2022 2:38 PM

Absolutely not unless there is a pandemic.

5/10/2022 2:36 PM

Absolutely absurd!

5/10/2022 2:33 PM

You may be home with a sick child, a cold, whatever and still give content! It's a win-win situation!

5/10/2022 2:33 PM

Huh? They did that during the Pandemic!

5/10/2022 2:31 PM

Why have a classroom and buses? This should not be an option. Children are not evaluated and monitored enough. This will disrupt classes.

5/10/2022 2:21 PM

It does not work!!

5/10/2022 2:00 PM

No! They already work only 185 days per year. Some would work but most would coast. Kids will suffer even more than they already do.

5/10/2022 1:59 PM

Students need in person, face to face contact with the teachers. They've suffered enough through the pandemic and having to do remote learning for far too long. Teachers are paid very well to properly teach our children,

5/10/2022 1:36 PM

ABSOLUTELY NOT. I understand there may be a teacher shortage (or an anticipated one) but quality instruction does not happen, except for the most dedicated of students, online/via Zoom.

5/10/2022 1:34 PM

Our country is socially depleted as it is. We are training our kids to keep their eyes glued to the screen. Friends are anonymous and not real. They need people, and teachers do too. They need physical interaction, not just on a screen. Let's please stop making this easier for people to stay home and wear sweats. There is a whole world of sight, sound, smells and emotions that kids (and teachers) aren't getting. There are people out there that need to get out of the house because it is safer - mentally & physically. Suicide rates are up for children. Possibly for teachers and parents as well. Is there a study on that? There should be. Send the kids and teachers to school.

5/10/2022 1:01 PM

We tried that and it went horribly. Go to work and teach or find a stay to home job.

5/10/2022 12:59 PM

No way. Teaching is a person-to-person job.

5/10/2022 12:14 PM

This smart move should been done years ago.

5/10/2022 11:47 AM

99% of TEACHING is personal interaction with the students! Horrible idea! What is our education system coming to? Shame...shame...shame!

5/10/2022 11:44 AM

if need be do what you have to

5/10/2022 11:21 AM

If they don't want to teach in school where the students need them, force them to quit. There are far too many good teachers looking for a permanent job, but can only get "substitute" positions because of the current nepotism in NC Schools!

5/10/2022 11:18 AM

Remote instruction is a far cry from actual teaching and learning.

5/10/2022 11:12 AM

Teachers should be in the classroom. I worry that some would take advantage of the ability to teach from home

5/10/2022 11:03 AM

remote education may be OK for college age students but high schoolers and elementary students simply waste their time on zoom. the real question is why do teachers not want to come to work?? Other workers including police, sanitation, fire, grocery, medical etc workers are now back to work! the only application for zoom that may make sense is to avoid a snow day. Snow days can become zoom days.

5/10/2022 10:45 AM

Cut their pay if they go remote !

5/10/2022 10:37 AM

but not all the time

5/10/2022 10:31 AM

Not at all! Things have gotten out of hand. How can you teach "hands on" if you are not present when you teach?

5/10/2022 10:25 AM