urbanleader's comment history

urbanleader said...

durham is such a loser. It is obvious you are an immature woman. A person who talks alot but has nothing to say. If you read the updates and listen objectively, the inability of passing the graduation test came from the graduation coach at LFO and it was her suggestion for Tim to go back to TN where he would not have to take such a test to receive a high school diploma. By the way, I asked an administrator about his license. He has a special education license with an additional endorsement to teach middle grades math, science and k-12 PE/wellness which is what he teaches at Signal. Sounds pretty competent to me. Look it is obvious you are anti Signal and not objective in your comment/responses. All you have done is attack and accuse. You really are a sad individual.

October 20, 2011 at 10 p.m.
urbanleader said...

Interesting information!! I do not have an interest in the outcome but I do have an interest in the story. It is my understanding that while at his current address Tim attended Hixson on a hardship his freshman year and was on the football team. They obviously would have played him at some point. Soddy's coach is on record saying they to interprate the hardship the same as Signal and their hardship student/athletes are allowed to participate. It is obvious in Hamilton County and across the state student athletes are being allowed to participate out of their territory when a hardship has been granted by their board of education. I know for a fact (b/c my friend a guidance couselor at a local school recv'd the email from the TFP) the TFP is trying to gather information concerning how many kids are on hardship and how many are athletes. The HCDE has not been cooperative in providing this information. The HCDE is having to contact schools individually. How will or should it be handled if it is found that this is a city and state wide issue?? Tim sounds like a wonderful young man. I think Roberson should sleep well at night knowing he made a difference in someones life. If everyone would choose to try and make a difference in a young persons life, our cities, states and country should would be a better place. Too bad the TSSAA does not have Tim's best interest at heart. Good Luck Young Man!!!

October 14, 2011 at 11:01 p.m.
urbanleader said...

I don't have an interest in this outcome but I am interested in the story. It is my understanding Tim attended Hixson and was on the football team as a freshman. It is obvious they planned to play him too. What is the difference? Soddy-Daisy's coach is on record stating their interpretation is the same as Signal's and their hardship players are also allowed to participate. I have been advised the TFP has tried to gather how many hardship students are athletes and participating at their respective schools. The HCDE has not been co-operative in giving this information. So, the TFP is having to ask individual schools. Do you really think these schools will openly divulge this information? I think they should have to without giving names. Once this information is provided (i.e. Soddy) will these schools be subject to the same scrutiny and penalties as Signal? Sounds like this is going on across the state and not just in Hamilton County. I think Roberson did a great thing and should sleep well at night knowing he has made a positive impact on someone's life. I wish everyone would choose to help someone else better themselves. The world sure would be a better place.

October 14, 2011 at 10:27 p.m.
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