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Leslie DeRose and Libby Wilson: PV school board sets priorities for the year ahead

There are 12 comments on the Santa Cruz Sentinel story from Dec 28, 2008, titled Leslie DeRose and Libby Wilson: PV school board sets priorities for the year ahead. In it, Santa Cruz Sentinel reports that:

Earlier this month, we had the honor to be elected by our fellow trustees to one-year terms as president and vice president of the Pajaro Valley Unified School District's Board of Trustees.

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Ghost writer in the sky

Millbrae, CA

#1 Dec 28, 2008
These PVUSD columns tend to be dry as toast, so it's amazing trustee spouse Peter Nichols keeps claiming they're the product of a professional ghost writer. If so, the district isn't getting much bang for its bucks.
myron

Mountain View, CA

#2 Dec 28, 2008
Pretty dull, until you read the part about a parcel tax or bond measure. Get your teachers to actually teach (like in Salinas and Sanger) so PVUSD can get out of the gutter before you come asking for money.
been there too long

United States

#3 Dec 28, 2008
The superintendent and assistant sups along with others who went on these excursions have probably a few centuries in PVUSD between them. The fact that they made a little visit and suddenly realize there are other districts where they have worked to overcome ideology in favor of successful practices is really a testament to their collective incompetence.
Corralitos Taxpayer

Watsonville, CA

#4 Dec 28, 2008
"We also recognize and value the importance of nurturing one of the most important resources of our district: the language and culture of our diverse student population."

I would like to nurture one of my most important resources - my dwindling bank account. I really don't give a damn about nurturing anyone's native culture or language. Welcome to the United States speak English, provide for your own housing, groceries, health care, school meals, day care, and you will do well and prosper.
watsonville resident

Antioch, CA

#5 Dec 28, 2008
The Spanish language does not need to be "nurtured" in our public schools in Watsonville.
memoryfreak

AOL

#6 Dec 28, 2008
Note to Board--Don't waste too much time discussing a parcel tax--The votes "ain't" there.
Sentinel Ghostwriter

Capitola, CA

#7 Dec 28, 2008
When is the Sentinel editor going to get with it and stop running these public relations pieces. As dry as the writing is, everyone knows this is plagarized writing. It is actually written by Bruce Woolpert's hired writer, former Sentinel writer Stonebrook, and they try to pass this off as written by these two. Who are they kidding?

Then they have the audacity to propose a parcel tax with the long history of misspending. They make themselves look like a total jokes. Such a tax would be dead on arrival.
Pajaroite

United States

#8 Dec 29, 2008
Give it up girls. You can't bee ess the Troops, and you sure as hell did not write this piece!!
john Bratovich

United States

#9 Dec 30, 2008
This is a dishonest article. The trustees did not write the article their "ghost writing" PR group wrote it. The fact that these trustees take credit for writing the article is dishonest and nothing short of cheating. PS It is a terrible article with nothing to say. How about this: write your own articles and be honest.
WPK and BCA

San Jose, CA

#10 Dec 31, 2008
If there ever was a public school district that needed to be taken over by the State, turned inside out from the top down, slung over a tree limb and then beaten severely, meet the PVUSD.

And, if the Public ever decides that they finally want to take a close look at this cesspool of “Official” corruption, just pull gently on the convenient “official government arts monopoly” zipper represented by PVPAA and the mello.
james Jackson

San Francisco, CA

#11 Jan 4, 2009
This article is incoherent.I know nothing about the ghost writer stuff,but only an idiot would take credit for this piffle.
BCA

San Jose, CA

#12 Jan 8, 2009
This is a call for action!

Good governance requires good gravy

So, we Citizens need every porky drop of "Leadership's" vaunted "Experience" dominating every single decision that is ever made by our State Government.

Folks, every local Senator's Son should have a life time cushy pay check from the State, not just the Former Majority Leader's.

It's the public's responsibility to make sure that all such politicians and cronies continue to be supported in the manner that they have become accustomed.

So, since there's clearly no way around it, I propose to immediately launch Bay Concert Arts'* "Big Government Benefit" fundraising concert series in PVUSD's and the late "Godfather's" own Mello Center.
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*BCA: Watsonville's Own and the California Taxpayer's TRUE STATE CHAMPION.

A "product of" the PVUSD.

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