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Nov 5, 05, 01:11 PM #16Snicker snicker.... next thing you know Meade won't trade tapes... then we'll need CSI Louisville!Advertisement
Nov 5, 05, 01:31 PM #17
Originally Posted by TomSportsHack
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Nov 5, 05, 01:43 PM #18Originally Posted by Blitz
P.S. Great win for Manual.
Nov 5, 05, 02:17 PM #19Originally Posted by sports lover
Nov 5, 05, 06:12 PM #20Originally Posted by RowdyRedRam
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Nov 5, 05, 07:36 PM #22Originally Posted by NEERFAN
Nov 5, 05, 09:17 PM #23Originally Posted by 90Rock
Nov 5, 05, 10:13 PM #24I have the privilege to speak with people out in the state. People from Hardin County, Nelson County, Taylor County, Washington County, etc.,etc. While the majority DO understand that there is "open enrollment" in Jefferson County, there are still a few that do not understand that all schools in Jefferson County can draw students from throughout the entire county. Is this fair in regards to teams that have districts to draw from within their respective counties? No! We should also understand that in most of the smaller counties, there might be only one high school to attend as is the case in Brandenburg. Some of the other counties may have a city/county situation like Taylor County H.S. - Campbellsville H.S. and Boyle County H.S. - Danville H.S. Where the major differences come in is when you start drawing student athletes from multiple counties and across state lines. While the satire in the Post from Blitz is humorous, I can see the perceptions being there. Next I guess we'll hear from posters about conspiracies involving the "no child left behind" being manipulated to give a certain school chances to draw students from a school that does not meet state goals in testing. HaHa.The problem will always exist unless some concrete guidelines are established and even then we know that rules are "made to be tested" or was that "broken".? Regardless, it seems that this whole Prop 20 issue has done one thing and that is stir discussion and occasionally arguments. It seems that you cannot go anywhere without heariing questions about the proposal. Sometimes just general discussion can be a catalyst to positive changes. Will verybody be happy? Never!
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Nov 6, 05, 03:35 PM #25The No Child Left Behind probably wont ever be a issue because all the athletes that came to Henry Clay last year (we are talking 2 or 3) had to sit out a year like any other transfer student. So I wouldn't think kids would use it as a oppurtunity to join a better program because of the lose of a year worth of compition.