Zack Hill by John Deering and John Newcombe

Zack Hill

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  1. keltii

    keltii said, over 2 years ago

    unfortunately my daughter was this way going into grade 6, it was so bad she was ill, I had to write to the school board to allow her transfer to another school, explaining the problem (bullying). Once she transferred, she had a good year and even earned the award for most improved!

  2. db

    db said, over 2 years ago

    You sound like a good and caring parent, keltii. Kids always seem to benefit when they are blessed with parents who care and are involved with their lives. Thanks for sharing.

  3. Vickie Arnold

    Vickie Arnold said, over 2 years ago

    Ah, such is life Zack. Wait till you get in the work world.

    Yep, keltii, good for you and your daughter. She has a good and sharp Mother.

  4. Comic Minister

    Comic Minister said, over 2 years ago

    What about Henry Lee?

  5. coldsooner

    coldsooner GoComics PRO Member said, over 2 years ago

    So Zack grew up to be an education major and become a principal. He treated the teachers at his school the same way he was treated when he was a student. The good old boys club didn’t blink an eye when the turnover at his school was over 30% for two years and only two of those were due to retirement. And of course the teachers who stayed and weren’t fired hated him for his lack of leadership but could do nothing about it and don’t even get me started on the useless teacher’s union who were only around to get a paycheck.

  6. Robert Tatro

    Robert Tatro said, over 2 years ago

    I hated public school in WI and MN from 3-11th grades due to bullying. I had no friends in the entire school. Left for a private school late 11th grade.

  7. W Chris Watkins

    W Chris Watkins said, over 2 years ago

    wish i had Zack’s hair!

  8. phyllis  bear

    phyllis bear said, over 2 years ago

    ..hahah – probably explains why i started spending recesses inside helping Mrs. Clark inventory the pencils, and decorating the bulletin boards, and watering the plants, and feeding the snakes and tadpoles, etc etc etc.

    and cleaning out the old supply cupboards that the teachers never had time to do.

    which is where a found a white kerchief with a blue design and red embroidery that said. Cheryl Morris. …

    it had been in that 5th grade cupboard all those years – evfen after she died of a brain tumor at 12 years old.

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