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We need to address the various problems and conditions that injure our students and that make it difficult for them to perform in the classroom.  We must understand the conflicts that young adult problems can cause our students to become sick in school.  We need to offer psychological counseling and medical treatment to those students who are overwhelmed by the conflicts of young adulthood.

Basic Conflicts of St. Cleo's Students in St. Cleo's Grammar School

Issues BetweenThe Kids and Young Adults of St. Cleo's Grammar School

  1. Joseph Klinger, the main character, tries very hard to maintain a good relationship with God throughout the eight years of the story.  Joseph tries to maintain very good behaviors even though he remains under psychiatric treatment throughout the duration of the story.  Joseph is a good student that is guided by good forces.  Joseph does not have hurtful thoughts about those who he feels might be trying to hurt him.  His conflicts with others continue through the story.
  2. The faculty and the parish give young adult girls the impression that they have the permission of the school to engage in dating and premarital relationships.  They recognize the grammar school as a dating service for young adults. 
  3. Some students have been getting good grades on report cards through curving of their grades on their exams.  The authorities finally discover this when the school comes under investigation when Joseph is in the fifth grade.  Everyone wants to blame Joe as the troublemaker for causing the grade-curving scandal to go public.
  4. This school seems to tolerate bullying and taunting.  The faculty seems to tolerate intimate behaviors between students on school grounds and on school buses.
  5. The students taunt and tease Joseph for not meeting the requirements of the peer groups of the school.
  1. Young adults were attempting to engage in sexual activity with no intent to conceive and with no capacity to take on the responsibility of parenthood.
  2. The children and young adults were not adequately preparing for vocational certifications.
  3. Young adults were compromising their educations while seeking to engage in sexual relationships with other young adults.
  4. Many students were experimenting with illegal drugs.
  5. Many students were hurting their relationships with God by trying to hurt themselves and to hurt others.
  6. The behaviors of young adults were offending their relationships with God by caring more about obtaining a premarital partner than by furthering their studies and education.
  7. The students were rejecting the values that they had been learning in their religious training throughout their undergraduate years in St. Cleo's Grammar School.
  8. Students were not looking for guidance from God through prayer.  Students were attempting to ignore the influence of the Holy Spirit in their lives.

Family Planning Issues

Criminal Justice Issues

  1. Students in St. Cleo's Grammar School were engaged in protected and unprotected sexual activities.
  2. Students were trying to engage in sexual activity with under aged minors.
  3. Students were unaware of the consequences of their sexual behaviors such as an unplanned pregnancy and transmissions of sexually transmitted diseases. 
  4. Students were trying to find a premarital partner for marriage by graduation from high school.
  5. The students were very promiscuous in the way that they were "playing the field" in order to find a pre-marital relationship.
  6. The students were not trained in the use of birth control and did not have the income to obtain various forms of birth control.
  7. The students did not know how to protect themselves against the transmissions of sexually transmitted diseases.
  1. The students did not understand that under aged sexual activity is illegal.  Having a sexual encounter with a minor is illegal.
  2. A girl's parents are responsible if she is hurt in a relationship with a boyfriend if she is a minor that is under the age of eighteen years old.
  3. The gang members thought that they could just distribute drugs throughout the Effitsville County without answering to law enforcement.
  4. Principals and teachers are responsible if they do not discipline boys in grammar schools that are trying to rape and/or to sodomize young adult girls that go to school with them.
  5. Students cannot continue to be part of the student body if they refuse to respond to discipline.  Students that break the rules and that commit crimes have to be disciplined in a fair manner.  They will have the attitude that they can get away with it endlessly until something horrible will happen.
  6. Educators and law enforcement officers have to make it perfectly clear to our young adults that smoking, drinking alcohol, and abusing illegal drugs are absolutely unacceptable and will not be tolerated in any grammar school, middle school, or high school.

Joseph Klinger's Issues

Joseph's Behavioral Treatment Team Issues

  1. Joseph is a child that is diagnosed with psychiatric disorders at a very young age in the first grade.  He begins taking the medications in the first grade and continues under medical treatment and psychotherapy during the entire time that he is in grammar school.
  2. Joseph suffers from "Growing Pains" when he faces intense peer pressure to find a girlfriend from his classmates and from his best friend, Clarence Fulbright.  His therapist, Ellen Hayes, and his parents would rather see Joe dating in as a senior in high school or in college.
  3. Joseph has a strong interest in his relationship with God.  He believes that God and Jesus Christ are important parts of his life.  He does not understand why God allows so much conflict to exist in this school when Joe is such a good person.
  4. His affection for Chrissie Hilbert is met by the pain of her rejection of Joseph for other boys.  One of the boys belongs to a local gang that had been taunting Joe for years.
  5. There were other conflicts that made Joseph feel rejected by his peer groups.  He discusses his pain throughout the story with Ellen Hayes, his psychotherapist. 
  6. Joseph Klinger tries hard to function normally even though he has a psychiatric disorder and needs medication to help him to function.
  1. Joseph's therapist, Ellen Hayes, and psychiatrist, Marcus Adams, care very much about Joseph's upbringing and medical treatment.  They try hard to make sure that Joseph will live up to his potential in school.
  2. Ellen Hayes detects that something is wrong with the students of St. Cleo's Grammar School when Joseph is in the fourth grade.  Joseph became very sick because of the way that the kids were taunting him.
  3. Under aged dating in the school was making the employees of the Effitsville Behavioral Health Center and Effitsville Family Planning Center.  Their counselors started to work together to try to understand how to help young minors that were dreaming of getting pregnant by the time that they would reach sixteen years old.
  4. The treatment team was also alerted to an academic crisis that involved the federal authorities.  Some students were not doing well on standardized exams.  St. Cleo's Grammar School then came under investigation by the federal authorities.  The team felt that Joseph did not deserve this stress because he was a good student that would get exceptional grades on the standardized exams.
  5. The team also heard rumors of gang-related drug use throughout Effitsville County.  They were very upset that certain drug dealers were trying to give illegal drugs to kids on the streets.  The team did not want to bring this problem to the attention of the authorities because they felt that it was not their job to prosecute drug dealers.
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