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What a punk kid! Glad he is off the streets!
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Uhhh, What an idiot cashier, REALLY!!!!
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I am a parent of a 2013 graduate of Rising Sun High School, and just counted the names of the seniors that were on the hand out they gave at the ceremony that day and there were 43 names on it. 43 out of 58 is still horrible in my book. I am glad we are done with that school all together. My oldest child wanted to finish there, but my younger child I transfered out of this school district last year. Rising Sun does not like to "embrace any change". Most of the teachers have no business teaching, if you hate your job, quit! Don't tell any child they will never amount to anything, or, you will go no where in your life. You dont tell a parent and a child that some kids get math and some dont, your kid doesnt. If students knew what kinds of options they had with other schools that are around here, Souh Dearborn, Lawrenceburg with just the different electives they had to choose from, it would open a whole new world to them. Careers or jobs or, "what they want to be, when they grow up" , so many options are there that Rising Sun Schools are not willing to make any changes at all. Not to mention a high school with no senior prom! Thats right the Rising Sun Church of Christ puts the prom on for the seniors, the school has NOTHING to do with it. Thank you to the church! And my child who graduated last year 2013, has yet to get his year book!! Called several times to the school, they say it is still in editing, 2 and 1/2 years later!! So I ask about the 2013 senior year book , well they decided they were not doing one now! But made all the boy seniors get there pictures taken with a collared shirt and tie, costing each parent $16.00 So Rising Sun School 2013 class did not get a junior or senior year book!!!
8 months ago on UPDATE: Local HS Graduation Rates For 2013; Rising Sun Contends Status As State’s Lowest