I was pleased to find out at a recent school board meeting that much
of what I have read in fliers and in Mr. Rogers’ column is false. I
was pleased to find out that its members did not violate the rights
of an employee or the law surrounding their governing actions. I
found out the board is handling matters professionally and
courteously, and is informing the public as to the current status of
the affairs of our schools and our kids, especially now that several
allegations in the lawsuit have been dismissed.
With pending budget cuts from the state, new administrators and
the last stages of the rebuilding of our schools, I am not ready to
give up three seats to “rookies.” Our schools are looking better than
ever, test scores are up, security is up and graduation rates are up.
It is not a time for on-the-job training for the majority of the