Your Turn: feedback on Copenhagen lesson, county bonuses & Taco Bell lines
WATERTOWN, New York (WWNY) - “Male, female, and neither.” That’s what one woman says was taught during a 3rd-grade lesson on gender at Copenhagen Central School. Most of your feedback this week is about that:
Third grade is a little early to have this kind of conversation.
Holly Rice Weaver
This is a subject for the parents to address.
Denise Dunn Barker
If we start talking about these topics earlier, it becomes the norm. Then there won’t be a need for kids to hide who they are.
You also had a lot to say about St. Lawrence County workers wanting a bonus for working throughout the pandemic:
We deserve it! People on unemployment got an extra $600 a paycheck while we got nothing!
A lot of people worked through the pandemic. You shouldn’t expect a bonus for doing your jobs.
Karen Canning Dreythaler
Who is to say who gets what? It can’t be done in a way to keep everyone happy!
Customers at Ogdensburg’s brand-new Taco Bell waited in drive-thru lines for as long as 45 minutes, which got a lot of you talking:
No fast food is worth sitting in line that long.
With the price of gas, that’s a $45 taco.
Who cares if someone wants to wait in line that long? You’re not paying for their gas or meal.
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