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School transitions can be tough on students and parents



As Richmond County middle and high schoolers head back to the classroom on Monday, some parents and children are feeling the growing pains associated with hitting those milestones.

Samantha Pasquale is an Augusta mom of three who is experiencing two different milestones this school year as her e...

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  1. Parents: just don’t forget, your kids are not YOUR kids when they are in school. They belong to the teachers. And the teachers will help them determine what sex they want to be. And the teachers will help the ones that can get pregnant by getting them an abortion without having them tell their parents. This is Education in America now. Thank God, right?

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