There is a heavy gang presence in that town. The kids will most likely be under pressure from them to participate or face serious consequences. I wouldn't want to be a kid there, and in these times.
Don't part with your illusions. When they are gone you may still exist, but you have ceased to live.
That is very true in this location as well as many others nationwide realneil. This actually seems like a good idea, I also think something of the nature would be relevant to kids or individuals in general who get in trouble. I could see it implemented easily as a requirement for probationary action. I also do not think it would be a bad idea in either case. This can of course be seen negatively, but if you are under 18 or on probation you would not, nor should you have any way to fight it. As it stands if you are under 18 you are at first a ward of your parent, and if your on probation you are a ward of the state until said probation is finished.
Ya what coolice said, i mean its only a device, u can leave it at home for all u care... What are u getting out of it?
Bender (regarding kids watching too much inappropriate TV): "Have you ever tried simply turning off the TV, sitting down with your children, and hitting them?"
I'm pretty sure the same approach would work wonders for skipping school.
What part of "Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn" don't you understand?
Hey Neil, Did you noticed the Pic in this article.... those kids look don't look like the the typical gang members!!
Now thats more like it.
But seriously, this isn't the solution, sure but it might save a few kids, but I see this as nothing more than a research experiment for a GPS related company or product that's putting a few bucks on some Anaheim Union District School officials pockets.
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