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Taxed Off

Lebanon, OH

#4239 Apr 8, 2009
Found it in the July 2008 Minutes. Once again, why did the BOE renew this one year early? Because Dr. Baker was doing such a good job?

08-155 SUPERINTENDENT’S CONTRACT
It was moved by Mrs. Trifiro and seconded by Mr. Kruse to renew the Superintendent on a three (3) year contract effective August 1, 2009 through July 31, 2012.
VOTE: ALL YEAS: Motion Carried

Since: Aug 08

Loveland, OH

#4240 Apr 8, 2009
Bernie wrote:
Captain Renault....a calm voice from the past. Where have you been. Welcome back.
Thanks Bernie, been here and there watching from afar. Finding it hard to keep a calm voice.
Bernie

Amelia, OH

#4241 Apr 8, 2009
Captain Renault wrote:
<quoted text>
Thanks Bernie, been here and there watching from afar. Finding it hard to keep a calm voice.
Well you do it better than I sir.

The mistrust of the School Board has been running for years.I feel this has to be fixed internally and the people of the community must have more say in major decsions. Power has been taken and corrupted. Just electing new members to the BOE I think will not be enough. We need to have a rework as how business is conducted.
Bernie

Amelia, OH

#4242 Apr 8, 2009
To be clearar, I have nothing against DI. I was a coach and a judge when it was OM. I think it is a very good program. I have a problem with those,especially students who come here and don't recognized the facts before them. Not words or statements but documents. This is what the real world is going to be like for them. Give them more credit but expect more responsibility. They are young adults, not children.
Anonymously yours

Falling Waters, WV

#4243 Apr 8, 2009
Bill N wrote:
<quoted text>
Yes! I DO think 5-6 less teachers would be worth letting go in order to provide busing and increase the safety for the children of Springboro. I really believe both NO and YES voters would agree to this and sign a petition. I think the reasonable thing to do is no pass the May 5 levy, then have a petition drive ready to go and take it to the board and tell them this is what the taxpayers want and demand. This should never of happened and we have seen that other districts, even some of our neighboring districts, have refused to go the no busing route because they know it is the ethically wrong approach.
We cannot say yes to the May levy because we will be confronted with this again and we need to wait and see what Columbus votes in from Gov Strickland's education reform bill. As it stands right now we WILL see automatic increase to our property taxes unless the legislature votes his plan down.
A petition for buses with media attention is the way to go.
Excellent, and I will sign it right after you! The district cites that stopping high school busing "saved" $250,000 and their proposal to eliminate all busing within a 2-mile radius will "save" $400,000.

As we have learned with the recent saved or created stimulus bill, is this really reducing actual dollars by this amount or reducing budget dollars?

Bus drivers did not lose their jobs, none were layed off only some limited hours reduced, with the elimination of high school busing. With the elimination of a 2-mile radius, will bus drivers actually be layed off? I would hope so, but have yet to see that detail discussed. What a scam if all bus drivers continue to drive just with reduced hours and benefits. They also recently bought school buses. Will these be sold, mothballed, or all continued to be used? Lots of questions need to be answered by the BOE and we, the taxpayers, are the ones that need to demand the answers and hold their feet to the fire.

The time has ended for them to just use this as political blackmail for a yes vote from parents. If we want some teachers, coaches, aides to go...we need to make the decisions and it too bad we can't have a petition and a vote to decide which ones!:) I would love to offer up one that has worked for quite a while in the Intermediate school. She makes almost $70,000 grand a year and all my children have told me she does the same thing, disappears for 15 minutes during every day's class period to take a "restroom break" and talks non-stop about personal crap instead of teaching. Principal does nothing.

This is what we got, folks. Yes, a few could go and it would be welcome but they are protected by the union. So, we would probably lose the young good ones, unfortunately, but maybe the other lazy ones would start to be rehabilitated. Change needs to happen and it shouldn't be in jeopardizing the safety of the kids and cutting absolutely everything on the table instead of touching the "sacred" cow - teaching.
Anonymously yours

Falling Waters, WV

#4244 Apr 8, 2009
Newbie wrote:
I just wanted to say that Boro DI coaches are indeed paid, by the school district. I know, I've been one now, for at least 6 years! Not that there's anything wrong with it- we do hold all meetings in our homes and usually provide items for kid consumption at our expense , for around 4 months ! But, bottom line, we are paid a stipend. So, people do need to get their facts straight. This year, for the FIRST time, we had the choice- get a "less detailed" background ck for $25 thru the school, or get a "more detailed" one thru the sheriff's dept for $50. If one chose the $25 one, you were classified as a volunteer and get no pay; if one chose the $50 one, you do get paid a stipend this year.To verify all of this, Christine Therkelson is the Boro Director. And if DI is on a list as a nonfunded activity, that is definitely incorrect; makes one wonder how many others are supposedly nonfunded !!
Interesting debate about whether DI coaches/advisors are paid or not. By and large, I believe most coaches and advisors of after school activities and clubs are paid. If they are saying they are "unfunded" fees may come out of the general fund. This needs to be a question asked of them at a board meeting. Whether we will get an answer, a list of funded positions by dollar amounts, is debatable. I bet they absolutely hate the requirement of posting minutes of board meetings and financial data online.

Teachers are paid supplemental contracts to do all these things and a lot of the clubs only meet once or twice a month after school for 45 minutes. I'm sure if you eliminated these stipends they would refuse to do them, and that is why they don't do it. Maybe we will someday get truly to a type of merit pay for teachers where them advising a club will be part of the norm of good behavior for moving ahead in the system. When I use to stay after school to meet with a teacher in the old days you never had to question that they were getting paid to do this.

Does anybody know if all those activities provided after school at the Intermediate school are paid positions? They are offering a bunch of ridiculous things, like karate. You would hope that they are volunteer parents and community people looking for business doing this because they are all so unneeded and unnecessary! My kids have not participated in these and this is the first and only school district we have ever lived in that offers these things? Do we need after school babysitting services for working parents or why do we have these? Can't parents provide their own after school activities at their costs? Just by offering them in the school there are costs involved, such as more utilities being run, extra insurance, etc.
DeerHunterDad

United States

#4245 Apr 8, 2009
Bill N wrote:
We cannot say yes to the May levy because we will be confronted with this again and we need to wait and see what Columbus votes in from Gov Strickland's education reform bill. As it stands right now we WILL see automatic increase to our property taxes unless the legislature votes his plan down.
Great idea!! Let's wait for a Democrat to spend his way out of our local problem. Genius solution, friend.
DeerHunterDad

United States

#4246 Apr 8, 2009
Anonymously yours wrote:
Does anybody know if all those activities provided after school at the Intermediate school are paid positions? They are offering a bunch of ridiculous things, like karate. You would hope that they are volunteer parents and community people looking for business doing this because they are all so unneeded and unnecessary!
You can stop your whining because they are activities sponsored by local businesses, like Chung's Martial Arts.
Taxed Off

Grove City, OH

#4247 Apr 8, 2009
Not all-inclusive, from September 2008 Minutes
DeerHunter Dad - I believe that the taxpayers are paying these and then some.
Approval to Employ Supplemental Positions for 2008-2009 School Year
NAME
POSITION
Minna Aminzadeh
JW – Elementary Instrumental Music
Kathrine Pearson
JW – Grade Level Leader – Grade 1
Kimberly Moore
JW – Grade Level Leader – Kindergarten
Jennifer Johnson
JW – Grade Level Leader – Specials
Christie Hinderer
JW - Educational Technologist
Minna Aminzadeh
CE – Elementary Instrumental Music
Robin Root
CE – Grade Level Leader – Grade 1
(1/2 contract)
Lisa Hopkins
CE – Grade Level Leader – Grade 1
5470
(1/2 contract)
Angela Santiago
CE – Grade Level Leader – Kindergarten
(1/2 contract)
Shawnda Dillon
CE – Grade Level Leader – Kindergarten
(1/2 contract)
Angela Konkle
CE – Educational Technologist
Lois Baratko
FPE – Elementary Vocal Music
Sara Benedict
FPE – Elementary Instrumental Music
(1/2 contract)
Alissa Gantt
FPE – Elementary Art Coordinator
Beverly Little
FPE – Elementary Student Council Advisor
(1/2 contract)
Amber Schmitt
FPE – Elementary Grade Level Leader – Grade 2
Amy Shroyer
FPE – Elementary Grade Level Leader – Grade 3
Traci Griffen
FPE – Elementary Grade Level Leader – Grade 4
Amy Panzeca
FPE – Elementary Grade Level Leader – Grade 5
Sara Gerstner
FPE/FPW – Elementary Grade Level Leader – Specials (1/3 contract)
Andrea Cargill
FPE/FPW – Elementary Grade Level Leader – Specials (1/3 contract)
Natalie Cohen
FPE/FPW – Elementary Grade Level Leader – Specials (1/3 contract)
Traci Griffen
FPE – Educational Technologist
Beverly Little
FPE – Student Council
Amy Panzeca
FPE – Camp Kern
Beverly Little
FPE – Camp Kern
Beth Waldo
FPE – Camp Kern
Ryan Boyer
FPE – Camp Kern
Lori Harwood
FPE – Camp Kern Nurse
Kirsten Abrams
FPW – Elementary Vocal Music
Sarah Benedict
FPW – Elementary Instrumental Music
(1/2 contract)
Linda Nelson
FPW – Elementary Art Coordinator
Jill Phillips
FPW – Elementary Student Council Advisor
(1/2 contract)
Molly Zilgalvis
FPW – Elementary Grade Level Leader – Grade 2
Lura Jenkins
FPW – Elementary Grade Level Leader – Grade 3
Scott Ray
FPW – Elementary Grade Level Leader – Grade 4
(1/2 contract)
Pamela Headley
FPW – Elementary Grade Level Leader – Grade 4
(1/2 contract)
Alisha Roode
FPW – Elementary Grade Level Leader – Grade 5
Brandi Aliaga
FPW – Educational Technologist (1/2 contract)
Nikki Dice
FPW – Educational Technologist (1/2 contract)
Jill Phillips
FPW – Student Council (1/2 contract)
Alisha Roode
FPW – Camp Kern
Betty Jo Baker
FPW– Camp Kern
5471
Jill Phillips
FPW – Camp Kern
Kristine Bahner
FPW – Camp Kern
Lori Harwood
FPW – Camp Kern Nurse
Angie Boerger
DEE – Elementary Vocal Music
Julie Crace
DEE – Elementary Art Coordinator
Sylvia Rodberg
DEE – Elementary Student Council Advisor
(1/2 contract)
Heather Kogler
DEE – Elementary Grade Level Leader – Grade 2
Teresa Beimly
DEE – Elementary Grade Level Leader – Grade 3
Lisa Morrison
DEE – Elementary Grade Level Leader – Grade 4
Sharon Sexton
DEE – Elementary Grade Level Leader – Grade 5
Sylvia Rodberg
DEE – Elementary Grade Level Leader – Specials
Heather Ward
DEE – Educational Technologist
Emily Richley
DEE – Camp Kern
Sharon Sexton
DEE – Camp Kern
Mary Beth Tsamasiros
DEE – Camp Kern
Genni Nation
DEE – Camp Kern
Taxed Off

Grove City, OH

#4248 Apr 8, 2009
More - from same September 2008 meeting
David Hall
DEE – Camp Kern
Phyllis Harover
DEE – Camp Kern Nurse
Melissa Wilson
DEW – Elementary Vocal Music
Stephanie Roeder
DEW – Elementary Art Coordinator
Sylvia Rodberg
DEW – Elementary Student Council Advisor
(1/2 contract)
Donna Miller
DEW – Elementary Grade Level Leader – Grade 2
Michelle Gillum
DEW – Elementary Grade Level Leader – Grade 3
Maria Eisert
DEW– Elementary Grade Level Leader – Grade 4
Judi Metzger
DEW– Elementary Grade Level Leader – Grade 5
Sylvia Rodberg
DEW – Elementary Grade Level Leader – Specials
Chantel Smith
DEW – Educational Technologist
Judi Metzger
DEW – Camp Kern
Sue Delon
DEW – Camp Kern
Marcie McShane
DEW – Camp Kern
Tonya Kerns
DEW – Camp Kern
Trina Penn
DEW – Camp Kern
Phyllis Harover
DEW – Camp Kern Nurse
Nick Palmer
SI – Instrumental Music Director
Bree Sprankle
SI – Vocal Music Director
Dani Dameron
SI – Art Coordinator
Lisa Pascoe
SI- Student Council (1/2 contract)
Allison Diller
SI – Student Council (1/2 contract)
Lori Heck
SI – 6th Grade Team Leader
Sherri Payne
SI – 6th Grade Team Leader
Alicia Kessel
SI – 6th Grade Team Leader
Ron Mapes
SI – 6th Grade Team Leader – Specials
Allison Diller
SI – Spelling Bee Advisor (1/2 contract)
Alicia Kessel
SI – Educational Technologist
Stephanie Franks
JH – Student Council Advisor (1/2 contract)
Jennifer Heagan
JH – Student Council Advisor (1/2 contract)
5472
Judy Miller
JH – Yearbook Advisor
Linda Pierce
JH – Newspaper Advisor
Scott Maney
JH – National Honor Society
Stephanie Jordan
JH – Spelling Bee Advisor (1/2 contract)
Ann Crouse
JH – Art Coordinator
Chris Wylie
JH – Vocal Music Director
JH – Show Choir
Kirby Cain
JH – Band Director
Jeff Runge
JH – Asst. Band Director
Jane Heitkamp
JH – Team Leader (7th grade)
Diane Howard
JH – Team Leader (7th grade)
Linda Gillum
JH – Team Leader (7th grade)
Beth Holtrey
JH – Team Leader (8th grade)
Linda Pierce
JH – Team Leader (8th grade)
Sheryl Winter
JH – Team Leader (8th grade)
Shannon Shelton
JH – Team Leader (specials)
Sheryl Winters
JH – Educational Technologist
Beth Jamison
HS – Vocal Music Director
HS – Jazz Choir
HS – Musical
HS – Department Head (Fine Arts)
Leslie Sharkey
HS – Asst. Vocal Music Director
Kirby Cain
HS – Band Director
HS- Pep Band Director
Taxed Off

Grove City, OH

#4249 Apr 8, 2009
Even more - from same meeting

Jeff Runge
HS – Asst. Band Director
HS – Summer Assistant Band Director
HS – Music Percussion Director
Nick Palmer
HS – Asst. Band Director
Tom Allen*
HS – Asst. Band Director
Cathy Fox*
HS – Flag Corps
HS – Winter Guard Director
Phyllis Harover
HS – Band Camp Nurse
Jennifer Cooper
HS – Year Book Advisor
HS – Junior Class Advisor
Kevin Gutekunst
HS – Newspaper Advisor
Jonathan Franks
HS – Student Council
Harry Krohn
HS – Senior Class Advisor
HS – Department Head (Social Studies)
Michelle Roberts
HS – National Honor Society (1/2 contract)
Luke Sandro
HS – National Honor Society (1/2 contract)
Ethan Hodge
HS – JCOWA Advisor
Katie Kennedy
HS – Pride Committee (1/2 contract)
Chelesa Partusch
HS – Pride Committee (1/2 contract)
Gail Dauber
HS – Mock Trial
Sarah Cox
HS – Teen Counselor Advisor
Mary McConnell
HS – SADD Advisor
Jennifer Lugo Hagan
HS – International Language Club Advisor
5473
Lindsay Schulte
HS – Art Coordinator
Peter Berwald
HS – Art Club Advisor
Molly Wray
HS – Muse Machine (1/2 contract)
Lindsay Schulte
HS – Muse Machine (1/2 contract)
Patti Celek*
HS – Fall Play
Richard Creager
HS – Panther Express
Dennise Wolfe
HS – Department Head (Special Ed)
Bill Fox
HS – Department Head (Science)½ contract
Michael Beckmeyer
HS – Department Head (Science)½ contract
Troy Holtrey
HS – Department Head (Unified Arts)
Michelle Roberts
HS – Department Head (Foreign Language)
Jodi LeMaster
HS – Department Head (Language Arts)
Mary Loose
HS –Department Head (Math)
Rory Korzan
HS – Educational Technologist (1/3 contract)
Jonathan Fulton
HS – Educational Technologist (1/3 contract)
Troy Holtrey
HS – Educational Technologist (1/3 contract)
Eugene Lolli
Summer School Director
Cindy McSherry
Technical Support
Videographer
Deb Cheserak
Tech Support (back-up)
Jennifer Kneeland-Janco
Special Olympics
Christine Therkelson
Destination Imagination Coordinator
Taylor Bates
JW - Mentor Teacher
Diane Cherella
JW – Mentor Teacher
Christie Hinderer
JW – Mentor Teacher
Ann Finnie
CE – Mentor Teacher
Angie Santiago
CE – Mentor Teacher
Judi Calahan
FPE- Mentor Teacher
Jackie Eshbaugh
FPE – Mentor Teacher
Tiffany Page
FPE – Mentor Teacher
Christine Bennett
FPW – Mentor Teacher
Natalie Cohen
FPW – Mentor Teacher
Molly Zilgalvis
FPW – Mentor Teacher
Jane Heitkamp
JH – Mentor Teacher
Gail Dauber
HS – Mentor Teacher
Donna Griffith
HS – Mentor Teacher
Beverly Harner
HS – Mentor Teacher
Jeremy Wysock*
Varsity Asst. Cross Country Coach
Brian Drake*
JV “B” Boys Soccer Coach
Taxed Off

Grove City, OH

#4250 Apr 8, 2009
DeerHunterDad wrote:
<quoted text> You can stop your whining because they are activities sponsored by local businesses, like Chung's Martial Arts.
THis one should be first - from September 2008
Approval to Employ Supplemental Positions for 2008-2009 School Year
NAME
POSITION
Minna Aminzadeh
JW – Elementary Instrumental Music
Kathrine Pearson
JW – Grade Level Leader – Grade 1
Kimberly Moore
JW – Grade Level Leader – Kindergarten
Jennifer Johnson
JW – Grade Level Leader – Specials
Christie Hinderer
JW - Educational Technologist
Minna Aminzadeh
CE – Elementary Instrumental Music
Robin Root
CE – Grade Level Leader – Grade 1
(1/2 contract)
Lisa Hopkins
CE – Grade Level Leader – Grade 1
5470
(1/2 contract)
Angela Santiago
CE – Grade Level Leader – Kindergarten
(1/2 contract)
Shawnda Dillon
CE – Grade Level Leader – Kindergarten
(1/2 contract)
Angela Konkle
CE – Educational Technologist
Lois Baratko
FPE – Elementary Vocal Music
Sara Benedict
FPE – Elementary Instrumental Music
(1/2 contract)
Alissa Gantt
FPE – Elementary Art Coordinator
Beverly Little
FPE – Elementary Student Council Advisor
(1/2 contract)
Amber Schmitt
FPE – Elementary Grade Level Leader – Grade 2
Amy Shroyer
FPE – Elementary Grade Level Leader – Grade 3
Traci Griffen
FPE – Elementary Grade Level Leader – Grade 4
Amy Panzeca
FPE – Elementary Grade Level Leader – Grade 5
Sara Gerstner
FPE/FPW – Elementary Grade Level Leader – Specials (1/3 contract)
Andrea Cargill
FPE/FPW – Elementary Grade Level Leader – Specials (1/3 contract)
Natalie Cohen
FPE/FPW – Elementary Grade Level Leader – Specials (1/3 contract)
Traci Griffen
FPE – Educational Technologist
Beverly Little
FPE – Student Council
Amy Panzeca
FPE – Camp Kern
Beverly Little
FPE – Camp Kern
Beth Waldo
FPE – Camp Kern
Ryan Boyer
FPE – Camp Kern
Lori Harwood
FPE – Camp Kern Nurse
Kirsten Abrams
FPW – Elementary Vocal Music
Sarah Benedict
FPW – Elementary Instrumental Music
(1/2 contract)
Linda Nelson
FPW – Elementary Art Coordinator
Jill Phillips
FPW – Elementary Student Council Advisor
(1/2 contract)
Molly Zilgalvis
FPW – Elementary Grade Level Leader – Grade 2
Lura Jenkins
FPW – Elementary Grade Level Leader – Grade 3
Scott Ray
FPW – Elementary Grade Level Leader – Grade 4
(1/2 contract)
Pamela Headley
FPW – Elementary Grade Level Leader – Grade 4
(1/2 contract)
Alisha Roode
FPW – Elementary Grade Level Leader – Grade 5
Brandi Aliaga
FPW – Educational Technologist (1/2 contract)
Nikki Dice
FPW – Educational Technologist (1/2 contract)
Jill Phillips
FPW – Student Council (1/2 contract)
Alisha Roode
FPW – Camp Kern
Betty Jo Baker
FPW– Camp Kern
5471
Jill Phillips
FPW – Camp Kern
Kristine Bahner
FPW – Camp Kern
Lori Harwood
FPW – Camp Kern Nurse
Angie Boerger
DEE – Elementary Vocal Music
Julie Crace
DEE – Elementary Art Coordinator
Sylvia Rodberg
DEE – Elementary Student Council Advisor
(1/2 contract)
Heather Kogler
DEE – Elementary Grade Level Leader – Grade 2
Teresa Beimly
DEE – Elementary Grade Level Leader – Grade 3
Lisa Morrison
DEE – Elementary Grade Level Leader – Grade 4
Sharon Sexton
DEE – Elementary Grade Level Leader – Grade 5
Sylvia Rodberg
DEE – Elementary Grade Level Leader – Specials
Heather Ward
DEE – Educational Technologist
Emily Richley
DEE – Camp Kern
Sharon Sexton
DEE – Camp Kern
Mary Beth Tsamasiros
DEE – Camp Kern
Genni Nation
DEE – Camp Kern
Taxed Off

Grove City, OH

#4251 Apr 8, 2009
Seen enough? There are plenty more.
mom with a plan

Cincinnati, OH

#4252 Apr 8, 2009
Bill N wrote:
<quoted text>
Yes! I DO think 5-6 less teachers would be worth letting go in order to provide busing and increase the safety for the children of Springboro. I really believe both NO and YES voters would agree to this and sign a petition. I think the reasonable thing to do is no pass the May 5 levy, then have a petition drive ready to go and take it to the board and tell them this is what the taxpayers want and demand. This should never of happened and we have seen that other districts, even some of our neighboring districts, have refused to go the no busing route because they know it is the ethically wrong approach.
We cannot say yes to the May levy because we will be confronted with this again and we need to wait and see what Columbus votes in from Gov Strickland's education reform bill. As it stands right now we WILL see automatic increase to our property taxes unless the legislature votes his plan down.
A petition for buses with media attention is the way to go.
Why don't you draft a petition and put it at the Springboro Public Library - We can notify all of our friends and neighbors to go in and sign it. My husband and I would sign it immediately and would get many others as well.

Any other thoughts..
Old Croney

Springboro, OH

#4253 Apr 8, 2009
Taxed Off wrote:
Found it in the July 2008 Minutes. Once again, why did the BOE renew this one year early? Because Dr. Baker was doing such a good job?
08-155 SUPERINTENDENT’S CONTRACT
It was moved by Mrs. Trifiro and seconded by Mr. Kruse to renew the Superintendent on a three (3) year contract effective August 1, 2009 through July 31, 2012.
VOTE: ALL YEAS: Motion Carried
The BOE is required to decide the contract some time ahead of its expiration. I can't remember for sure, but it's either 6 months or 1 year. Of course they didn't have to offer a 3-year contract. Obviously, they didn't want to take a chance on a new board not renewing Baker. The good-ol-boy network wins again.
Resident of 23 years

Springboro, OH

#4254 Apr 8, 2009
mom with a plan wrote:
<quoted text>
Why don't you draft a petition and put it at the Springboro Public Library - We can notify all of our friends and neighbors to go in and sign it. My husband and I would sign it immediately and would get many others as well.
Any other thoughts..
Great idea. We'd sign it too.
you nailed it

Amelia, OH

#4255 Apr 8, 2009
Old Croney wrote:
<quoted text>
The BOE is required to decide the contract some time ahead of its expiration. I can't remember for sure, but it's either 6 months or 1 year. Of course they didn't have to offer a 3-year contract. Obviously, they didn't want to take a chance on a new board not renewing Baker. The good-ol-boy network wins again.
you nailed it. I hear they "convinced" Kruse to get a unanimous vote. Would have loved to be in that executive session.
Taxed to the Max

Girard, OH

#4256 Apr 8, 2009
mom with a plan wrote:
<quoted text>
Why don't you draft a petition and put it at the Springboro Public Library - We can notify all of our friends and neighbors to go in and sign it. My husband and I would sign it immediately and would get many others as well.
Any other thoughts..
Do you have to get permission to place it at the library? What's the proceedure? Is this something they would allow at the library? Where do they keep it?
don Gingerich

Bellbrook, OH

#4257 Apr 8, 2009
After talking with several people involved with defeating the school levy and surveying the situation as I now see it, I believe the school levy will pass.
Old Croney

Springboro, OH

#4258 Apr 8, 2009
don Gingerich wrote:
After talking with several people involved with defeating the school levy and surveying the situation as I now see it, I believe the school levy will pass.
Say it isn't so Don. Are there that many parents willing to cash in their values and give in to EXTORTION? I hope not.

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