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Re: Stabbing in Waterloo High

Postby *$kїđž!™ » May 29th, 2013, 12:15 am

Tim blames the parents.......I am surprised how he didnt blame this on teacher absenteeism and punctuality......../

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School killing a reflection of society, says TTUTA
Death of Renaldo Dixon

By Sue-Ann Wayow sue-ann.wayow@trinidadexpress.com
Story Created: May 28, 2013 at 10:00 PM ECT
Story Updated: May 28, 2013 at 10:43 PM ECT
THE stabbing death of Renaldo Dixon at his school on Monday is reflective of the violent culture this country has developed, according to Peter Wilson, general secretary of the Trinidad and Tobago Unified Teachers’ Association (TTUTA).
Dixon, 14, was stabbed four times by his schoolmate at Waterloo Secondary School in Carapichaima.The suspect is a 16-year-old pupil who skipped his Caribbean Examination Council (CXC) exam to prepare and carry out the killing with a kitchen knife.
Wilson told the Express: “We have been pointing out all along that students are part of the society. We have unfortunately developed a culture of violence in the society and that, of course, is being reflected by the students.
“The students come from communities where they are exposed to violent behaviour, incidents of crime and the use of violence. Children grow up in this type of culture and therefore reflect that kind of behaviour. It is a problem for the whole society to deal with.”
Wilson said, in the past, TTUTA made several recommendations to the Education Ministry.
“A number of recommendations have not been implemented in a consistent fashion and the Ministry needs to devote more resources in terms of implementing those recommendations.”
Wilson said the killing should be a “wake-up call” for the Ministry to implement “hard and soft measures”.
Hard measures, he said, referred to beefed-up security and police patrols and soft measures would include proper training and counselling programmes.
“Priority must be given to ensure an incident like this does not occur again,” he said.
Education Minister Dr Tim Gopeesingh blamed the “failed family support system” for Dixon’s death.
Gopeesingh said: “We want the parents to take some responsibility of their children’s behaviour. They must take charge as well to prevent their children from getting involved in those types of fights. Look after your children. Instil in them a proper sense of values and self-worth and self-esteem and encourage them not to go down a path of dysfunctional behaviour.”
He also said people in communities need to intervene “if they see abnormal student behaviour on the streets”

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Re: Stabbing in Waterloo High

Postby *$kїđž!™ » May 29th, 2013, 12:16 am

..Girl in middle reports threats
By Carolyn Kissoon carolyn.kissoon@trinidadexpress.com
Story Created: May 28, 2013 at 9:59 PM ECT
Story Updated: May 28, 2013 at 10:43 PM ECT
The schoolgirl who was the romantic interest of both Renaldo Dixon and the boy who allegedly stabbed him to death reported yesterday that she was being threatened.
The girl told school officials that she was warned to stay away from classes, because she was responsible for Dixon’s death.
The threats were allegedly made by friends of the victim and suspect, the Express was told.
A school official told the Express “the girl said she was being threatened by the boys’ friends. The pupils telling her that they will beat her because she responsible for Renaldo’s death and the arrest of the other boy. She is scared that they will attack her. She was crying”.
The school has also been informed of a Facebook profile created in memory of Dixon, on which photographs of Dixon, the girl, and the 16-year-old suspect have been posted, and where derogatory statements have been made.
Dixon’s mother, Camille Taitt, said she was planning a memorable service for her second-born. The mother of four described her son as a loving, quiet boy.

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Re: Stabbing in Waterloo High

Postby *$kїđž!™ » May 29th, 2013, 12:18 am

Gopeesingh: No return of licks in schools
By Carolyn Kissoon
Story Created: May 28, 2013 at 9:58 PM ECT
Story Updated: May 28, 2013 at 10:43 PM ECT
Education Minister Dr Tim Gopeesingh said yesterday that the return of corporal punishment was not being considered as a solution to violent crime in schools.
He said, however, that discussions were ongoing for the implementation of walk-through metal and weapon detection scanners at high-risk schools.
Gopeesingh was speaking to the media following a meeting with principal and staff at Waterloo Secondary School, where a 14-year-old pupil was stabbed to death by a schoolmate on Monday.
Renaldo Dixon was stabbed four times and died at Freeport Health Centre.
A 16-year-old Form Five pupil is in police custody.
Gopeesingh was accompanied by Couva North MP Ramona Ramdial and several local government councillors. Trinidad and Tobago Unified Teachers Association (TTUTA) second vice-president Orville Carrington also visited the school.
Gopeesingh said Waterloo Secondary School was not among the 36 high-risk schools.
“In fact, Waterloo (Secondary) got three additional scholarships (last year) and it is one of the three Government secondary schools that is performing so well. This (death) came as a shock to the student population, the teaching population and the Ministry of Education. If you do scanning for every student and pass them through scanners, what mindset are you creating in our students?” he said.
Dixon’s mother, Camille Taitt, had appealed for the return of corporal punishment in schools on Monday. She also suggested walk-through metal scanners.
Gopeesingh said the principal, teachers and pupils were saddened by the incident.
“I feel the pain as a Minister...I am sure the country feels the pain for a young child. Many parents will ask on a daily basis, ‘when I send my child to school what will happen to my child’ and this is the responsibility of the Minister. To ensure that students are taken care off in the schools and I intend to continue to work as hard as possible to ensure parents that our children are protected and taken care of.”
Gopeesingh said he was unhappy and dissatisfied with what was happening in the nation’s schools. He said in recent years 2,200 pupils were suspended, with 700 suspended for more than seven days.
He said centres were being established to provide counselling to parents and pupils before re-entering the school system.
Gopeesingh said there was no need for police officers to be stationed at schools.
He said a committee was being established to deal with abnormal and deviant behaviour among pupils.
“This is why Cabinet recently passed a note to have more than 500 guidance officers in schools.
Gopeesingh said he extended condolences to Dixon’s mother in a telephone conversation on Monday night.
He said counselling would be provided to the teenager’s family, teachers and friends.
Ramdial said the Minister has called an urgent meeting with all principals and schools supervisors in the Central district.
She said financial support was offered to the victim’s family for funeral arrangements.
“We are all working closely together to ensure that this event is not repeated in any way. Not only in Central, but otherwise,” she said.

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Re: Stabbing in Waterloo High

Postby kurpal_v2 » May 29th, 2013, 12:37 am

pioneer wrote:Those injuns are outcasts.




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but rams too full of pride to admit it.

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Re: Stabbing in Waterloo High

Postby RIPEBREDFRUIT » May 29th, 2013, 7:39 am

*$kїđž!™ wrote:Tim blames the parents.......I am surprised how he didnt blame this on teacher absenteeism and punctuality......../

:shock: :shock: :shock:

Wait, allyuh talking about the SAME man whos SON planass ah man over a doubles comment??

just sit back and look at the SEA and his impending forcefull CEC implementation and ask who is qualified to make such a Stupid comment.

http://www.trinidadexpress.com/news/Sch ... 79091.html

School killing a reflection of society, says TTUTA
Death of Renaldo Dixon

By Sue-Ann Wayow sue-ann.wayow@trinidadexpress.com
Story Created: May 28, 2013 at 10:00 PM ECT
Story Updated: May 28, 2013 at 10:43 PM ECT
THE stabbing death of Renaldo Dixon at his school on Monday is reflective of the violent culture this country has developed, according to Peter Wilson, general secretary of the Trinidad and Tobago Unified Teachers’ Association (TTUTA).
Dixon, 14, was stabbed four times by his schoolmate at Waterloo Secondary School in Carapichaima.The suspect is a 16-year-old pupil who skipped his Caribbean Examination Council (CXC) exam to prepare and carry out the killing with a kitchen knife.
Wilson told the Express: “We have been pointing out all along that students are part of the society. We have unfortunately developed a culture of violence in the society and that, of course, is being reflected by the students.
“The students come from communities where they are exposed to violent behaviour, incidents of crime and the use of violence. Children grow up in this type of culture and therefore reflect that kind of behaviour. It is a problem for the whole society to deal with.”
Wilson said, in the past, TTUTA made several recommendations to the Education Ministry.
“A number of recommendations have not been implemented in a consistent fashion and the Ministry needs to devote more resources in terms of implementing those recommendations.”
Wilson said the killing should be a “wake-up call” for the Ministry to implement “hard and soft measures”.
Hard measures, he said, referred to beefed-up security and police patrols and soft measures would include proper training and counselling programmes.
“Priority must be given to ensure an incident like this does not occur again,” he said.
Education Minister Dr Tim Gopeesingh blamed the “failed family support system” for Dixon’s death.
Gopeesingh said: “We want the parents to take some responsibility of their children’s behaviour. They must take charge as well to prevent their children from getting involved in those types of fights. Look after your children. Instil in them a proper sense of values and self-worth and self-esteem and encourage them not to go down a path of dysfunctional behaviour.”
He also said people in communities need to intervene “if they see abnormal student behaviour on the streets”

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Re: Stabbing in Waterloo High

Postby ztune » May 31st, 2013, 6:48 am

The moms called the Ministry of Education informed them that her daughter is traumatized and had the audacity to ask for a transfer to Holy Faith Convent, Couva. She is going to be transferred to a school deep south.

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Re: Stabbing in Waterloo High

Postby bluefete » May 31st, 2013, 8:40 am

RIPEBREDFRUIT wrote:
School killing a reflection of society, says TTUTA
Death of Renaldo Dixon

By Sue-Ann Wayow sue-ann.wayow@trinidadexpress.com
Story Created: May 28, 2013 at 10:00 PM ECT
Story Updated: May 28, 2013 at 10:43 PM ECT
THE stabbing death of Renaldo Dixon at his school on Monday is reflective of the violent culture this country has developed, according to Peter Wilson, general secretary of the Trinidad and Tobago Unified Teachers’ Association (TTUTA).
Dixon, 14, was stabbed four times by his schoolmate at Waterloo Secondary School in Carapichaima.The suspect is a 16-year-old pupil who skipped his Caribbean Examination Council (CXC) exam to prepare and carry out the killing with a kitchen knife.
Wilson told the Express: “We have been pointing out all along that students are part of the society. We have unfortunately developed a culture of violence in the society and that, of course, is being reflected by the students.
“The students come from communities where they are exposed to violent behaviour, incidents of crime and the use of violence. Children grow up in this type of culture and therefore reflect that kind of behaviour. It is a problem for the whole society to deal with.”


Okay> So they remove corporal punishment from schools because it "violent" but blaming society for the violence that children exposed to. If there were serious consequences for deviant behaviour in schools, students would think twice before doing mischief.

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Postby bonzo.specb » May 31st, 2013, 8:49 am

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Re: Stabbing in Waterloo High

Postby skylinechild » May 31st, 2013, 11:33 am

i blame MTV...kids these days emulate what they see on Tv...the live life fast bling out lifestyle......

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Re: Stabbing in Waterloo High

Postby pioneer » May 31st, 2013, 12:04 pm

Too late, she's already a sloth. Transfer won't help.

She needs to be mercy killed.

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Re: Stabbing in Waterloo High

Postby nemisis » May 31st, 2013, 1:12 pm

pioneer wrote:Too late, she's already a sloth. Transfer won't help.

She needs to be mercy killed.
I don't like what you promoting. Why deny the next generation their fair share of badess by keeping the current generation from maturing and mating? Badess serve are a keystone species unno

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Re: Stabbing in Waterloo High

Postby pioneer » May 31st, 2013, 1:28 pm

Traditional family values need to be instilled in the younger generation especially these sloths.

-take away fone
-take away internet
-take away laptop
-take away facebook
-take away going to the mall
-take away extravagant allowances, make them account for every cent weekly with a ledger showing expenditure and net savings
-take away cable/direct tv
-reward good performance at school with family trips to the beach with strict supervision
-let them know who the man of the house is, and the repercussions for disobeying
-if they want to take man, they can pack up and leave the house forever, along with their sloth of a mother who encouraging it
-no crap about "I need internet and laptop to do homework", remind them their is a public library and encyclopedia with plenty info (like how it used to be done)
-they will not ever touch alcohol or any type of drug/vice

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Re: Stabbing in Waterloo High

Postby Ted_v2 » May 31st, 2013, 2:37 pm

pioneer wrote:Traditional family values need to be instilled in the younger generation especially these sloths.

-take away fone
-take away internet
-take away laptop
-take away facebook
-take away going to the mall
-take away extravagant allowances, make them account for every cent weekly with a ledger showing expenditure and net savings
-take away cable/direct tv
-reward good performance at school with family trips to the beach with strict supervision
-let them know who the man of the house is, and the repercussions for disobeying
-if they want to take man, they can pack up and leave the house forever, along with their sloth of a mother who encouraging it
-no crap about "I need internet and laptop to do homework", remind them their is a public library and encyclopedia with plenty info (like how it used to be done)
-they will not ever touch alcohol or any type of drug/vice


makes sense, no lie

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Re: Stabbing in Waterloo High

Postby speedist » May 31st, 2013, 2:38 pm

Sheit, what you proposing there sounding like amish or mormon living, isn't it? Still, the more you restrict a girl, the worse she'll become when she get older. She'll just do all the sheit she couldn't as a kid when she gets older.

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Re: Stabbing in Waterloo High

Postby Ted_v2 » May 31st, 2013, 2:46 pm

how should one deal with the problem then?

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Re: Stabbing in Waterloo High

Postby nemisis » May 31st, 2013, 2:52 pm

sound boy 64 wrote:how should one deal with the problem then?
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Postby pioneer » May 31st, 2013, 3:25 pm

sound boy 64 wrote:
pioneer wrote:Traditional family values need to be instilled in the younger generation especially these sloths.

-take away fone
-take away internet
-take away laptop
-take away facebook
-take away going to the mall
-take away extravagant allowances, make them account for every cent weekly with a ledger showing expenditure and net savings
-take away cable/direct tv
-reward good performance at school with family trips to the beach with strict supervision
-let them know who the man of the house is, and the repercussions for disobeying
-if they want to take man, they can pack up and leave the house forever, along with their sloth of a mother who encouraging it
-no crap about "I need internet and laptop to do homework", remind them their is a public library and encyclopedia with plenty info (like how it used to be done)
-they will not ever touch alcohol or any type of drug/vice


makes sense, no lie


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-no cutting of hair until married
-no coloring of hair until married
-if a moustache appears which would affect aesthetics, it will be permissible to remove it once a year
-eyebrows can be shaped/trimmed/tapered, only by the child's mother once a year
-no makeup until married
-no shaving of legs necessary as only clothing covering the ankle can be worn, stockings are recommended but optional
-no fitted or tight clothing
-no armless/strapless clothing
-no short pants at all, never, not even at home
-no low cut clothing exposing cleavage, tshirts and polos are recommended
-during free time/weekends/holidays once all homework is complete, child will be allowed to learn to cook, clean, bake and perform other household chores as deemed necessary
-no shoes exposing the toes
-slippers exposing the toes can be worn at home only, but must be removed when visitors arrive for more suitable attire
-no heels greater than 2"
-no nailpolish
-only light scented perfume is allowed for special occassions like weddings, prayers and other family gatherings
-child shall never ask to drive, or have aspirations/wishes of ever driving an automobile, transporation will be provided upon reasonable request
-a strict regime of the application of coconut oil to the hair shall be followed
-marriage can only take place with the proper consultation and permission of the father or most senior male in the family
-husband-to-be has to sign a binding agreement pledging allegiance and loyalty to the father or most senior male in the family

If these things are followed, we will not as a society have problems with females getting out of line and having to resort to slothing.

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Re: Stabbing in Waterloo High

Postby Yodins » May 31st, 2013, 3:46 pm

gyal ugly. and for me to say you ugly, you hadda be damn ugly.

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Re: Stabbing in Waterloo High

Postby nemisis » May 31st, 2013, 3:47 pm

Seems distinctly arabic

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Re: Stabbing in Waterloo High

Postby speedist » May 31st, 2013, 4:08 pm

Yodins wrote:gyal ugly. and for me to say you ugly, you hadda be damn ugly.


Thought I was the only one. New generation have no taste either it seems. D boy really lose he life fuh nutting. On a serious note, the girl coasing what look to be a bb torch and she eh even wukkin yet. Parents does always spoil they gyul chirren anyhow instead of teaching them how to work, they looking for a rich man to mind them. Not to mention idiots like stabbie that feeding her ego. :roll:

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