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    Sixth graders at J. Michael Lunsford Middle School received a special treat Jan. 5-6, when a famous president visited to teach them about our nation’s War on Independence.

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    I read some of the previous blogs and was surprised, but soon realized that in Loudoun, NoVA, that is atypical behavior, for the most part, exceptions dully noted.

    Instead of praising the teacher for getting the kids to learn, as well as praising the re-enactor, there was nothing but sarcasm. Perhaps there needs to be a lesson re-taught on proper manners, but in an area where teachers are overall mistreated (many exceptions, of course), In an “all about me” mentality, guess that is the norm!

    Thanks to Mr. Seipt, for his creativity, and to Mr. Weir for his wealth of knowledge and talents. The other naysayers can (and should) get an attitude re-adjustment!


    To whoever commented on it saying he is a perv back off. You have no idea and no right to make accusations on something you are clueless to. If what you do all day is sit on the computer and post comments that are rude and uncalled for on news articles than that is pathetic. Bill Weir is an educated man and a historic inthusiest who gave time and energy to teach your LCPS neighbor’s sons and daughters, and he deserves respect. I hope some of you are ashamed of what you have said because it was again, rude and uncalled for. Also, just because some of the students at Lunsford made bad choices, doesn’t mean that the whole school is represented by their actions. If some of you hold any knowledge what-so-ever, than you would know that.

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