Local police respond every day to heated and unusual situations. The following is one item pulled from the daily police blotter. PERKINS TWP. POLICE MONDAY, JAN. 2 7:50 a.m. - Woodlawn and Paxton avenues, 8-year-old boy waited with backpack at curb, told police he was waiting for the school bus; police told boy there was no school. For the full daily police blotter from agencies across the area, pick up the Register or check out the e-paper.

Comments

grandmasgirl

So, did this 8 year old child get himself ready for school, or did a parent who has no clue as to what is going on in this child's life get him ready?

Sue Meredith

But the kids were back in school on Tuesday. Sandusky went back on Monday.

Uputwhatwhere6

Wouldn't that be Monday January 2 and Tuesday January 3rd?  I know Norwalk didn't go back until the 3rd.

ReallyGood

:( That makes me sad. Poor kid. I too would like to know what the parents were thinking or doing that morning.

Phil Packer

Bonus! Extra day off!

wiredmama222

Awwww    This is really a sad story.  What were his parents thinking???????  That poor kid.  Get him a big cookie and cup of hot coco.  Or better yet, go get his parents and handcuff them to the bus stop until tomorrow morning. 

origen

I know from experiance that sometimes mistakes are made by the parents and the kids after the hectic christmas hoildays, Ended up driving my kids to school on the day we all thought school was to begin. So it is not always the parents fault (or the kids) just a mistake made in the season of hectic schedules.

Bluto

Come on , it's a win , win situation . I still get that thrill when I hear we ( THE KIDS ) get a snow day or better yet , a day off that was un expected just because of a lack of attention . I bet this kid was happy as can be when told school wasn't in .

bigbirdblue

 omg there goes another bad parent not knowing when their child goes back to school all i can is wow an shakin my head at the stupidity we have around here 

William Jeffers...

We used to do this to our kids all the time.  My wife and I would be inside laughing at them, but we would only let them stand there for a couple hours at the most.  The best one was when we pretended that mommy was dead.  You should have seen their faces.  LOL. 

ReallyGood

Hey Bigbird! Maybe instead of sitting here on the computer and defending negligent parents, you should go back to school and get your GED. You are "shaking your head at the stupidity around here", yet you can't even spell, use punctuation, or write a complete sentence. Wow! The irony...nice try though.