Bonnie: I have a grandson who is now in sixth grade, having gone from elementary to middle school this year. Excuse my comment, but middle school in my town is the pits. There is no communication between parents and the school, and they want the kids to be responsible but treat them like they are in kindergarten. I think k-8 is much better for the transition to high school.
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The family of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. has served notice to Gov. Nathan Deal that it wants input into any monument to the slain civil rights leader erected on state Capitol grounds – if the state expects free use of King’s copyrighted likeness.