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Found: Light brown large male puppy, approx. 1 year old, very lovable and sweet, no collar, near F.M. 537 and 427 off Hwy. 181. Call 830-393-9999 or 419-250-9099.
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La Vernia  
March 31, 2011 12:55pm
This is such a sad, sad situation for the family, school children, and staff/faculty of LVISD. My thoughts, and prayers go out to Mr. Hendrickson's family in this awful time. Also, to the children, and employees at LVJH and the district. He was a larger than life man, who the children all seemed to admire, and look up to. I will never forget him standing out front greeting children in a luau skirt on Hawaiian day at the school, or as Santa at Christmas. Everyone just needs to focus on helping those effected by this tragic loss get through the next few days, weeks....

I would like to make one comment about something I have read in several of the posts. I have worked in education for many years...and have seen instances where a teacher needs to be removed from a class/school. It is not within the principal's power,Vice Principal's power, or staff, to remove/fire a teacher. All that a principal can do is file conduct/complaints/behavior reports on the teacher with administration(central office). The actual removal/firing of a teacher from a school has to come from there. So please...don't put this on the principal, Mr. Hendrickson, staff etc at LVJH. From what I understand many reports had been made, not just by faculty/staff, but also by parents...the ADMINISTRATION at the central office is where the lack of action, and therefore blame needs to lie. Let's keep it there, and not sully this GOOD man's name, and reputation with innuendo, and rumors. God Bless and watch over the Hendrickson family, and all who new and loved Mr. Hendrickson...he will be very sadly missed.
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