Albemarle Considers Elementary School Closures
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#1 Mar 18, 2009
I think it's best to work with what you got because if you close them down and rebuild a biger school then you are looking at more children together and that's when trouble starts because you will be putting small children in with big children and that's not going to be good because the little ones can't stand up against the big ones and then you got to reroute the buses and it will cost more to build a new school then just to fix the ones we have. When you build a new one then after a couple of years you have more children going to school then rooms for then what you going to do build another one when you just closed down others. It's time to stop building and wasting money and fix what we have. Either way you build one some of the children will have to be on the buses longer and more miles the buses will have to travel and that means more fuel cost. It's a bad move to build but smarter to keep what we have and fix the things that needs it. We need to look at the big picture instead of the little picture. This move seems like another easy way out and will cost WHO the tax payers.
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