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IN People ON 14 Aug, 2016
The social media and the ways to express thoughts over it have changed largely. The relationships have got more complicated with the use of social media, be it a relationship between employers and employees.
One bus driver working at Haralson County school district turned to Facebook and posted thoughts regarding his interaction with one of the students of the school and in response he was frightened by the school.
Here is what actually happened.
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He was concerned when he saw one middle school student looking upset in the bus.
"A middle schooler got on my bus this evening and said, "Mr. Johnny, I'm hungry." I said, "Why are you hungry, buddy? Didn't you eat lunch?" He said, "No sir, I didn't have any money on my account. I said, "They would let you charge it?" "No, sir. Huh! What! This child is already on reduced lunch, and we can't let him eat? Are you kidding me? I'm certain there was leftover food thrown away today. But kids were turned away because they didn't have .40 on their account."
On the whole matter, superintendent denied that the boy was never in the lunch queue that day as per CCTV footage.
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