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Posted on October 4 at 10:45 a.m.
As a teacher I find myself more and more frustrated with the administration of our schools. Teachers must be 100% ready to go on the first day of school; we must hit the road running; the bright, shiny faces of our pupils are present and must be accounted for, before they become bored and complacent. To put everything on-hold until they get this budget settled, is to start a class a month into the school year, or to let a child fall through the cracks because we are not ready. It is shameful. This should have been done months ago, or more obviously, never happened...Bring back more electives, help our kids and community NOW!
On Superintendent Brian Sarvis on Budget Woes, Mini-Victories, and the No»l Factor
Posted on August 2 at 11:30 a.m.
what makes this so sad are the teachers, good teachers, who had to be let go and have found new jobs elsewhere; and the district, in their "negotiation," really laid blame for these deep cuts on the teachers modest pay raise. in the end the students and community are hurt by the increased class sizes and loss of programs.i for one would like to see the class sizes be brought back down to a number lower than prior to these cuts.it would be good for all.
On Fiscal Chaos Plagues Schools
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