This shows that the relationship with the mother and kids was very unstable in a way. The children then went out their way to pull a prank out in the street and risk Tiffany, the youngest sibling’s life. This was very dangerous but the children did not give off any fear from attempting the act.
Texting and Driving Deej Logan was just like any normal high school girl. She woke up on her first day of school and combed her hair, picked out the “perfect” outfit and headed out the door. What she didn’t know is that after that day nothing would be the same. Nothing that day seemed to be going right. At school drama was swarming all around her, not exactly what she hoped the first day would be like. By the time the last bell of the day rang she was more than happy to get out of that school. She drove home as quickly as she could but as soon as she got home she realized that she had forgotten to pick up her sisters. “Great.” She thought sarcastically as she sat back down in her car and drove off. Just then she pulled out her phone to message one of her friends about her awful day. That one decision changed everything. Before she had a chance to send the message Deej veered off into oncoming traffic and was killed on impact.
Mrs.Henry and Ruby stayed in her classroom all day because she couldn’t go to lunch or recess with the other students. If she had to go to the restrooms the Marshals had to help her down the hall to make sure she was safe. The Marshals walked Ruby everywhere home, to school, to the bathroom, everywhere and always by her side. By the end of the winter break, she was stressed out she had to see Dr. Robert Coles she saw him once a week either at her school or at her home.
The book Hate List by Jennifer Brown (2009). Tells a story of a girl’s boyfriend shooting up a school and how it affected her life as a teenager. I recommend you read this book, because it is entertaining and emotionally stimulating. Hate List will captivate you with the main character,
Everyone in Welch doesn’t like newcomers. Jeannette and Brian were enrolled in schools there and Jeannette’s mom didn’t’ have any of their records from Phoenix so they go to the principal to talk and the principal asks them very simple questions to see their intelligence. However, it does not work out very well because of the accent of the principal. After trying to figure out what the principal was saying they end up in classes with other kids that have learning disabilities. The first day of fifth grade for Jeannette was terrible for her. Jeannette got beat up from a girl named Dinitia. Dinitia would bully Jeannette everyday. Jeannette knows that her mom and dad can’t help so she tries to befriend Dinitia. Jeannette then sees the good side of Dinitia, and tries to be friends with her. Jeannette then sees Dinitia scaring a dog away from a kid and Dinitia befriended Jeannette. Jeannette’s parents decide to go to Phoenix to get what they left behind. The first day Jeannette’s parent are gone Erma calls Brian so she can fix his pants. When Jeannette goes to check on them she sees Erma touching Brian’s private parts. Jeannette then screams that Erma is a pervert and Lori, who is now thirteen, starts screaming at her and fighting with her physically. Erma then locks them in the basement, which has a door to go outside, but they can’t go inside the house. When Jeannette’s parents come back Dad found out what happened to Brian. Dad acts very strangely, which made Jeannette wonder if Erma did that to him as a kid. Mom and dad’s car broke down on there way back to Phoenix so they had to take a bus back, and they couldn’t get back the stuff they left in Phoenix. Mom and Dad decide to buy their own house in Welch because of Erma. The house they bought was in the worst part of Welch. It had a leaking roof, three rooms, and no plumbing. After awhile there a bully named Ernie Goad makes fun of Jeannette for living in trash. The
She wanted to be a role model for her children and at the same time, she wanted to become friend with them. Helen valued education, and she wanted Julie to go to college and have a successful life. However, after she found out that Julie had secretly being together with Tod, the poor, unambitious man. She was disappointed, betrayed, sad. Julie moved out of Helen’s home. Later, when Helen found out that Julie and her husband Tod had nowhere to live, she let them move in with her. She is a permissive parent, yet, she cares about her children, provides them as much support as she can. Helen stayed calm when Gary told her he wanted to live with his dad for a while. I can see her heart was bleeding when she heard her son’s words. She gave Gary his father’s phone number anyway, and Gary talked to his dad over the phone and figured out the cruel fact that his dad didn’t care for them anymore. Helen wanted to comfort Gary but he refused to talk. I felt Helen’s guilt and desperation at that moment. After she broke into Gary’s room and found out that Gary was carrying the bag that contains pornography, she immediately asked Tod’s help to talk to Gary. She had a chance to talk to Tod and had learned that Tod came from a broken family. She had a better idea of who Tod was and his help to Gary gained Helen’s respect. Helen supported Tod and helped her daughter Julie overcame the tough situation in marriage. Helen
R/s possible physical abuse in regards to Ky’leah (7), Janiah (4), and Hailey (3). R/s it was reported that Shaquanda’s (mom) girlfriend Sada had beaten Ky’leah with a thick belt leaving a welt. R/s Sada had threaten to break Ky’leah’s neck. R/s Shaquanda works a long hours as a correctional officer.
Trying to find justice to her terrible childhood. Lori was the first one to leave in New York City after graduating, later on, Jeanette followed her and move in with her. Jeanette found a job very quickly as a reporter, they were both Lori and Jeanette living their dream away from her parents. Everything was turning out great for them and decided to tell their younger siblings to move in with them, and they did. Jeanette was finally happy for once, enjoying the freedom from her parents and from having to move every two weeks or so. She then found a guy whom she married and went on with her lifestyle. On the long run, her parents again couldn’t afford a house or to stay in stabled job, so decided to move in with Jeanette and her siblings, and again Jeanette felt like she was never going to have a normal life because her parents were going to follow
Unzzensheerah reached out to the other children’s moms but they were not seeing eye to eye. Unzzensheerah mentioned that her 5 year old was fondled by one of the boys a while back and she did not pursue the incident. Reporter could not remember which one of the boys fondled the child. Tina (Terrance’s mom) said both Unzzensheerah and George Jr. (dad) are doing pills and opiates. The neighborhood is caring for the children. At 10pm the parents high. It is unknown if they are doing the drugs around the children and if they have access to the drugs. Reporter recalls that the family has a past history with cocaine. The family does have working utilities in the home. It is unknown if the children have any physical or mental limitations. Unknown if they have food in the home. Reporter has not spoken with the juvenile concerning
R/s Harley is a former drug user, she is selling sex toys out of the home. R/s the family lives in a 3 bedroom home, and Leeanna (5), Jenna (2), and Dominik (3) sleep in one bedroom together. R/s it was reported that Leeanna sleeps on a stained foam pad. R/s there is excessive drinking in the home. R/s dad has not taken the children the doctors since 2013. R/s 2-year-old Jenna has asthma, not receiving medical treatment. R/s Leeanna gets in the crib with Jenna to comfort her because Daryl doesn’t check on the children. R/s Daryl doesn’t give the children medicine that they are prescribed. R/s reportedly Harley is hitting Jenna. R/s reportedly Daryl will pop the children in their mouth if they lie. R/s the children are not happy living with
When they finally returned home from lunch D was already asleep in the car for her nap time. She usually wakes up around one-thirty, and her snacks are made for her before she is up. Her favorite snack is applesauce so her mother normally put a little bit extra for her with a side of whole grain crackers. When snack time is done her mother put on her favorite TV show on for her called the “Wiggles Gables”. While she is watching her show in the living room, her mother is preparing dinner. About an hour passed there was a knocked on the door, when Mrs., Smith went to see who it was; it was her friends and her oldest daughter returning home from school. D heard her voice, she run to the door and on the door on the door she run to the door with
Days like this rarely happened to Margaret Sowell. She never worried about what people might think of her or what people might say. She always felt so comfortable and welcomed. Well... needless to say, things had changed. Things were not the same anymore. People thought
R/s when Mr. Weston was in the hospital he conveyed that they were going to found him somewhere to live because he was tired of living with his sister. R/s it is suspected that Ms. Green abuses alcohol. R/s sometimes Ms. Green doesn’t want to deal with her brother.
R/s Amy leaves Courtney (17) home alone so she can go be in the streets. R/s Courtney is a special needs child that can’t walk and talk. R/s Courtney can’t do anything for himself. R/s Amy takes her two other children with her because they can walk and do for themselves. R/s over the weekend Courtney was left home alone.
Our narrator Susie Salmon is already in heaven. Murdered by a neighbor when she was only fourteen years old, Susie tells us what it is like to be in her new place. "When I first entered heaven I thought everyone saw what I saw. That in everyone's heaven there were