Calm down public school
The calm room
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Gardner Public Schools advised the I-Team that its “calm down quarters” are not used for punishment, but rather to give students who are dangerous or excessively disruptive a few minutes to calm down. Erika and Vic, on the other hand, say that their son was left alone in the room for hours on that day and others.
Using the rooms in this way, according to Ellen Braaten, an associate professor at Harvard Medical School and co-director of The Clay Center for Young Healthy Minds, is punishing. She described the practice as cruel, and said she couldn’t think of any circumstance in which it would be acceptable for a child to be alone in a room with nothing to do.
The I-Team brought the parents’ concerns to Gardner Schools Superintendent Mark Pellegrino, who said he couldn’t discuss individual children’s actions because it would be a violation of confidentiality, but that the rooms aren’t used for punishment and aren’t harsh in general. He explained that the aim of the rooms is to remove the need for physical restraints.
I-team: gardner parent says school calm down room
Things are starting to fall into place as we move into the second episode of this season of RuPaul’s Drag Race. There are forming alliances and rivalries, the queens’ identities are emerging, and the abundance of tall, skinny glamazons is gradually becoming distinguishable. Despite this, “Glamazonian Airways” provided a number of unforgettable moments, some of which arguably belong in the show’s Hall of Fame.
1. Vitamin deficiency Violet is a beautiful color. Violet Chachki, despite winning the first main challenge of season seven, is nothing but negative, particularly when it comes to judging mainstay Michelle Visage. Although it’s true that Visage was harsh with Chachki in the previous episode, criticism that clearly didn’t impede her ability to win, Violet had no tolerance for it. The fact that she revealed her deeply shady attitude so early in the season seems to irritate a lot of the other contestants, who are all aware that making waves this early in the series seldom leads to smooth sailing later on. Apart from that, it’s just obnoxious to be such a loser, particularly when you’re surrounded by people you’ve defeated. Violet may not be here to make friends, but she should be wise enough to avoid making enemies outright. Unless she makes a swift course change, she should expect to be one of the last people chosen for team competitions for a long time.
The calm room: one school’s radical plan to combat
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