Is there a Monster behind the wheel of a school bus in Youngstown Ohio? Well you decide. I have been on a long road this year trying to keep my sons occupied. If you give them idle time, their mind reflects upon their sister Faith and her horrible
Thankful Youngstown People Who Support Child Safety in general. Many themselves have had to suffer injustices but still try to do the right thing. I am proud to be friends with these people.
My Goal is Child Safety for All Children in 2015-2016 Coming School Year
Parents, the school year of 2015 – 2016 is fast approaching.
Do you believe in the justice system in Youngstown Ohio? After viewing articles like this one I am convinced that there is something
I had a very interesting conversation with a school student at East High. The following conversation took place during school hours. In hindsight I might of not even been speaking to a student but to a someone else? Maybe even the driver? However
People usually take the path of least resistance. The is why I highly recommend home schooling in Youngstown Ohio if you care about your child’s safety or education. The education system in Youngstown Ohio is failing the children on many different
Yesterday I received a disturbing message from Facebook from a mother who is very concerned about her son. Keena Hardy wrote me the following message.
Hello Maximus how are you hoping all is well. I was writing to ask you about a petition my son was
Do you remember this pole sticking out of the ground?
Well here is that same spot today, rusty pole sticking up out of the ground is gone! Yaaa!
I am glad to see the fence being installed. People taking responsibility for child safety really warms my heart. Although I will never have my baby girl back I know that this is a step in the right direction. It is never too late for child safety and
Youngstown City Hall is a very disappointing place to seek justice. The current Mayor hides when I requested just a phone call from him just to see if he supported the Killing of Faith McCullough and ironically I feel he does from his silence.
March 6, 2015
On November 12, 2014, Maximus McCullough’s world came crashing down. His 14-year-old daughter, Faith, was killed when she fell into the path of a school bus on East High Avenue. He