Teachers, employees retiring in Sprin...

Teachers, employees retiring in Springboro schools identified

There are 55 comments on the Dayton Daily News story from Apr 27, 2011, titled Teachers, employees retiring in Springboro schools identified. In it, Dayton Daily News reports that:

The Springboro school board accepted the early retirements of 31 employees Tuesday, part of a program expected to save the district more than $3 million.

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dirty harry

Dayton, OH

#41 Jun 6, 2011
fact wrote:
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You get only one chance to make a good first impression on this board; and you blew it! No chance to recover from your dirty name and first "bad" impression on this discussion board, no matter how many good names you trample on trying to elevate your "dirty" name.
ah....try sticking to one alias there..hard to keep track of you and babbeloney.
pupperoni

Springfield, OH

#42 Jun 6, 2011
dandelion wrote:
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Pupperoni, a lesson that you should have learned long ago from your high school or college logic class:
DON'T GENERALIZE
My wife and I are in full support of Educate Springboro's overall agenda.
We also are raising two children that both happen to be in Springboro schools, and are doing extremely well.
Not anymore.
fact

Valparaiso, IN

#43 Jun 6, 2011
Babbaloney wrote:
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Hey dirty harry, you state that it would not be wise for you to ID yourself; but a "dirty" harry is still dirty, by any other name.
So who cares about your real identity? Still, you have NO problem personally identifying by name, both Anderson and Kohls. And, We the People do care about the "corrupt issue" that you have raised against these two BOE elected officials. By what measure are you judging Anderson and Kohls? Is it by their official votes on school issues? Or are you judging Anderson and Kohls by measure of your own character flaws as "dirty harry?"
What say you, dirty harry? By what measure are you judging BOE members Anderson and Kohls? Personally experience? Or could it be personal mud slinging at others, with no real first hand experience on which to base your "corrupt" judgment?
Hey Pupperoni

Valparaiso, IN

#44 Jun 6, 2011
pupperoni wrote:
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Not anymore.
Yes! MORE!
Hey Dirty Harry

Christiansburg, OH

#45 Jun 7, 2011
dirty harry wrote:
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ah....try sticking to one alias there..hard to keep track of you and babbeloney.
Try sticking to answering ONE question...hard to keep track of all the distractions you are offering in order to avoid ONE answer to the ONE question: What evidence do you have to support your comment that you are ONE, for starters, of the Kohls early supporters that, now, has been forgotten?
dirty harry

Dayton, OH

#46 Jun 7, 2011
school board as a group, and indivudually being sued..LMAO..that's rich. Maybe Lisa Babb as well.:)
fact

Miamisburg, OH

#47 Jun 8, 2011
dirty harry wrote:
school board as a group, and indivudually being sued..LMAO..that's rich.)
Not to worry no money will come out of the BOE pockets,

win or lose, we will all pay for it in the end.
fact

Christiansburg, OH

#48 Jun 8, 2011
fact wrote:
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Not to worry no money will come out of the BOE pockets,
win or lose, we will all pay for it in the end.
Perhaps we can ask the educated union workers to donate their $175 bonus pay for "perfect attendance" that the inept BOE leadership recently took from the taxpayers pockets.
Fair and Balanced

Christiansburg, OH

#49 Jun 9, 2011
clueless wrote:
To the 'Educate Springboro' group - you are pathetic people and I feel sorry for you and your families. You will be judged by your narrow mindedness! You already are being judged as people that want to bring down our incredible schools and teachers. You are hurting the families and children of Springboro that CARE about our community. IF you don't like our schools, teachers, etc. than leave! You don't even have your children in the school system as it is so you have no room to destroy what you don't know about!
Hmmm...Sounds like one of those 10 community residents wjo (with the help of BOE member) implemented that "Smear Campaign" ...against CCE principal Sarah Lord, claiming she was "hurting the families and children of our community"...stepping on too many toes???
Fair and Balanced

Christiansburg, OH

#50 Jun 9, 2011
fact wrote:
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Not to worry no money will come out of the BOE pockets,
win or lose, we will all pay for it in the end.
Taxpayers and our children's education in our school district will continue to lose, until we elect a firm majority of Springboro Board of Education members, who have what it takes to hold their own with the Springboro Education Association and:

"Make sound decisions in the areas of budget, curriculum and instruction, collective bargaining, and program planning"...

which requires skillful leadership to efficiently manage our multi-million dollar school budget by implementing children first budgeting.
dirty harry

Dayton, OH

#51 Jun 9, 2011
Fair and Balanced wrote:
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Taxpayers and our children's education in our school district will continue to lose, until we elect a firm majority of Springboro Board of Education members, who have what it takes to hold their own with the Springboro Education Association and:
"Make sound decisions in the areas of budget, curriculum and instruction, collective bargaining, and program planning"...
which requires skillful leadership to efficiently manage our multi-million dollar school budget by implementing children first budgeting.
That will never happen because "good people" don't want the bullshit associated with being connected in any way shape or form to the BOE. Take that to the bank (not PNC)!
dirty harry

Dayton, OH

#52 Jun 9, 2011
dirty harry wrote:
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That will never happen because "good people" don't want the bullshit associated with being connected in any way shape or form to the BOE. Take that to the bank (not PNC)!
Flame away all you want...it's the truth!
Band Aid

Springfield, OH

#53 Jun 10, 2011
kohl aid wrote:
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Kohls will try to sell ice to eskimos then take the money and her 5 kids to Mexico~laughing all the way to bankruptcy as the rest of us pay our bills and retain our good credit. Nice role model. And since she doesn't think taxpayers should cover education does that mean she and Tom are paying for their oldest daughter to go to college or is there a financial aid package taxpayers are picking up for this poor bankrupt family still living in their overvalued ATM of a house they chose to refi??? Just trying to see why she thinks she's a 'fiscal watchdog'. Like the fox guarding the hen house.
Could be your tunnel vision is blinding you to the truth that it is BOE member Mike Kruse's family for whose financial support that "taxpayers are picking up for." Mike Kruse's wife is supported by taxpayers in our school district (and has been employed by our school district since before Mike Kruse was elected to serve on the BOE). While Mike Kruse served as BOE President, the Board voted to hire Mike Kruse's son,(a 2009 SHS graduate) as a teacher aid; don't know why Mr. & Mrs. Kruse did not pay college tuition for their high school graduate to further his education; or perhaps the Springboro taxpayers are picking up the tab for Mr.Kruse's teacher aid son to "continue his education" as an educated union worker. Got conflict of interest?
fact

Christiansburg, OH

#54 Jun 15, 2011
fact wrote:
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Not to worry no money will come out of the BOE pockets,
win or lose, we will all pay for it in the end.
For sure we will all pay for it in the end, as soon as Springboro School superintendent decides HOW MUCH "we the overtaxed already people" will pay for the school superintendent's inept leadership.
It appears that the school superintendent could not even lolligag a "legal" reason to fire Sarah Lord; and now has created a NEW ADMINISTRATIVE position, throwing the cost of his inability to manage his employees (without causing a law suit against the district) on the backs of the overbudened taxpayer.

By Lawrence Budd, Staff Writer 7:55 AM Tuesday, June 14, 2011
SPRINGBORO — The Springboro school board is expected to transfer a principal, who has filed a lawsuit against the board over her non-renewal, into a new administrative position.
On Tuesday the board is expected to transfer Sarah Lord, principal at Clearcreek Elementary School since 2006, into a new assistant human resources director position.
Lord was reassigned to a special projects position in the district’s administrative office after her principal’s contract was not renewed by the board on March 24.
Among claims in Lord’s lawsuit, her lawyers say the district automatically renewed her by failing to evaluate her during the previous contract period.
The lawsuit also accuses the district of creating “a new and unnecessary administrator’s position” for Lord as a step toward terminating or laying her off.
On Monday, Lord’s lawyer, Mark Byrne, said of the new job:“We believe it’s a cover-up to hide their unlawful actions.”
In July, Lord’s lawyers are scheduled to question board members in depositions.
Superintendent Gene Lolli said Lord’s new position was part of the administrative reorganization of the district where more than 30 employees have been laid off as voters rejected five consecutive levies for new operating money.
Lolli and board members declined to comment on whether Lord’s transfer into the new job was related to the lawsuit she filed earlier this month accusing the board of illegally non-renewing her contract and four of five board members of conspiring in a “smear campaign” against her.
Lolli said he was unsure how much the assistant human resources director position would pay.
In April, the board offered Lord — who earned about $81,000 in salary last year — a contract for a principal position with a base salary of $81,508, according to the lawsuit.
Lord is to be transferred into the new job during a meeting beginning at 7 p.m. at Springboro High School.
Band Aid

Springfield, OH

#55 Jun 16, 2011
Get a clue wrote:
Shocking that Educate Springboro is not on here demanding more should be retiring and complaining about the buy out these horrible people (aka teachers)are getting.
Even more shocking that common sense voters are not on here complaining about the "buy out" of a Springboro school principal as the school superintendent attempts to "cover up" his lack of management skills (as reported in the Dayton Daily News).
Imagine the "horrible" judgement of the superintendent shown here of "transferring" a school principal, who is said to have "stepped on too many toes," in a human resources job. And imagine the horrible cost of this human resources position; which obviously will have to be more than the $81,000 CCE principal employment contract. And imagine the horrible "defense" lolligagged in the news article that "levy failure" is to blame for his poor leadership in the school district.

By Lawrence Budd, Staff Writer 7:55 AM Tuesday, June 14, 2011
SPRINGBORO — The Springboro school board is expected to transfer a principal, who has filed a lawsuit against the board over her non-renewal, into a new administrative position.
On Tuesday the board is expected to transfer Sarah Lord, principal at Clearcreek Elementary School since 2006, into a new assistant human resources director position.
Lord was reassigned to a special projects position in the district’s administrative office after her principal’s contract was not renewed by the board on March 24.
Among claims in Lord’s lawsuit, her lawyers say the district automatically renewed her by failing to evaluate her during the previous contract period.
The lawsuit also accuses the district of creating “a new and unnecessary administrator’s position” for Lord as a step toward terminating or laying her off.
On Monday, Lord’s lawyer, Mark Byrne, said of the new job:“We believe it’s a cover-up to hide their unlawful actions.”
In July, Lord’s lawyers are scheduled to question board members in depositions.
Superintendent Gene Lolli said Lord’s new position was part of the administrative reorganization of the district where more than 30 employees have been laid off as voters rejected five consecutive levies for new operating money.
Lolli and board members declined to comment on whether Lord’s transfer into the new job was related to the lawsuit she filed earlier this month accusing the board of illegally non-renewing her contract and four of five board members of conspiring in a “smear campaign” against her.
Lolli said he was unsure how much the assistant human resources director position would pay.
In April, the board offered Lord — who earned about $81,000 in salary last year — a contract for a principal position with a base salary of $81,508, according to the lawsuit.
Lord is to be transferred into the new job during a meeting beginning at 7 p.m. at Springboro High School.

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