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#28102 Oct 20, 2013
Fresh ideas have allowed our school district to sustain itself in an uncertain economy with no new money required!
According to the DDN, Status quo school board candidates, Malone/Stuckey/Anderson, were
against the reduced renewal levy BEFORE they were supportive!
Remember last March 2012 when Ron Malone (who was the SHS princial) refused to accept responsibility of focusing on our Students First and lead our school district in the challenges ahead in our students first 21st century classroom education?
Why would our community vote to turn back to the Malone/Stuckey/Anderson status quo, business as usual leadership of a union controlled school board?
Only the fresh ideas of Students First/Repsonsibile Budgeting school board candidates, David Bitner and Kolton Vaughn,
are a good fit with our school district leaders to meet the challenges ahead!
David Bitner and Kolton Vaughn are the only TWO
school board candidates who should be our next
TWO school board representatives, who can be trusted, after election, to continue to challenge old out-dated status quo business where need be...
and THAT IS A GOOD THING!
VOTE NOVEMBER 5th FOR
DAVID BITNER and KOLTON VAUGHN
IT'S A WIN-WIN TICKET FOR ALL STUDENTS, PARENTS,
SCHOOL DISTRICT EMPLOYEES and SPRINGBORO FAMILIES
and TAXPAYING HOMEOWNERS!
#28103 Oct 20, 2013
The most important issue in the November 5th school board election is spreading the great news that Children's First Budgeting works!
Where the board's at right now is wanting the highest academic achievement and fiscal responsibility! That's what our school district superintendent stands for!
And that's what Students First/Responsible Budgeting school board candidates, David Bitner and Kolton Vaughn, are standing for at the polls with Springboro families and taxpaying homeowners!
The most important issue of this school board election is to stay on this new course and move in the direction of common sense and sound financial leadership for our childlren, schools and community.
Vote for Students First/Responsible Budgeting school board candidates, DAVID BITNER and KOLTON VAUGHN, who should be
our next two elected school board representatives!
Our children's future depends upon it!
#28104 Oct 20, 2013
All of the money was not recovered and the money that was stolen was replaced by the parents who paid ridiculously high pay to play fees. The parents paid those fees because money that was supposed to be there to fund our athletic programs was being stolen out from under our kids. The only reason the boosters exist is to support Springboro athletics, no other reason.
#28105 Oct 20, 2013
Look in the mirror and ask yourself these questions.
Do you wish Springboro schools to regress toward making many of the terrible mistakes of the past all over again?
Do you wish a return to union-controlled school boards of the past?
Regardless of the specific sentiments in this board race, virtually everyone in this community is "For The Kids".
However when it comes to the local teachers union, the SEA's number one agenda is and has always been doing whatever's necessary to PROTECT THE INTERESTS OF THEIR OWN PEOPLE.
Who will keep the focus on the kids, you ask?
- David Bitner
- Kolton Vaughn
- Jim Rigano
- David Petroni
#28106 Oct 20, 2013
Yes Doug you are an idiot, tell us about your incident at Sky Bank please.
#28107 Oct 20, 2013
The Malone/Stuckey/Anderson run for school board seems to be fueled by fear.
It is dark and angry--promising to bring calm to a storm. The problem with their platform is that there is no storm. If there is a sense of tubulence in our community, it has been manufactured by those who oppose change, wish to suffocate debates they would surely lose, and return to the days of endless
levies, punitive actions against our citizens, and never ending financial emergencies within the school district.
Why would our community want to back to the past? We have sought to change the status quo, and that is difficult, but debate does not equal harm. The politically correct tenet that spirited discussion is harmful stifles new ideas. When a blanket of suppression covers the conversation, the only sure losers will be our community and the children we serve.
Our current board leadership is navigating us away from the repeated failures of the past and toward a better future for our schools. Looking to the past, copying failed policies, and fearing change does not remove barriers to improvement, it imposes them. The fear of change will not chase our community back into the darkness of previously failed practices. Let's stay on this new course and move in the direction of common sense, ethics and sound financial decisions for our children, schools and community.
Vote Responsibly November 5, 2013! The future of our schools and
community depend upon it!
Vote For Students First/Responsible Budgeting
Parents Representing Parents
David Bitner and Kolton Vaughn
It's a Winning Ticket for all students, parents, teachers, school district employees, and community-wide taxpayers!
#28108 Oct 20, 2013
MEET and GREET
David Bitner and Kolton Vaughn.
Where: 205 East St., Springboro, Ohio
When: Monday, October 21, 2013
Time: 6:30 until 8:30 p.m.
We are looking forward to meeting you and listening to your concerns.
#28109 Oct 20, 2013
Go ahead, you tell everyone.
I will still be speaking the truth.
#28110 Oct 21, 2013
Is the answer none of the above?
#28111 Oct 21, 2013
Why is this guy still around?
Clearcreek administrator retiring after 35 years
DDN -- CLEARCREEK TWP., Warren County — Township Administrator Dennis Pickett is expected to announce his retirement Wednesday after 35 years in public administration.
Pickett, 57, said he was retiring, effective July 31, 2012.“It’s just time,” he said.
Pickett, administrator in Clearcreek Twp. since November 1985, also worked as administrative assistant in Franklin Twp.“I certainly will miss him. He’s been good for Clearcreek Twp.,” said Ed Wade, chairman of the township trustees.
In his time with the township, Pickett has seen the community and staff grow, and the government move from a small office to a sprawling government center.
However, he clashed with Linda Oda, the fiscal officer elected in 2007, prompting a review last year by the trustees. Also last year, Trustee Cathy Anspach sought discipline against Pickett for failing to advise township officials that former trustee Dr. Greg McDonald, a local dentist, had been receiving health insurance for himself and his wife that was subsidized through funds set aside for unemployed workers.
On Tuesday Anspach said their dispute was in the past.
“I think he’s just burned out on the job,” she said.
#28112 Oct 21, 2013
"What is now proved was only once imagined."
Fresh ideas have allowed our district to sustain itself in
an uncertain economywith NO new money required.
Look at the Past...
Failure of five levy attempts in two years, each asking
for $30-$40 million dollars of new money.
Fees raised, busing cut, staff reduced, and maintenance deferred.
"D" grade on gifted intervention and "C" grade on the lowest 20%
in achievement from state.
Standard of mediocrity - from contracting out our preschool services to accepting "Proficient" as an acceptable test score.
Weakened curriculum in high school program, fewer students taking advantage of Advanced Placement and other early college credit opportunities.
Ignored new state testing mandate for technology. Neglected instructional technology.
Why would our community wish to go back?
LOOK AT TODAY AND THE FUTURE...
#28113 Oct 21, 2013
"What is now proved was only once imagined."
Fresh ideas have allowed our district to sustain itself in an uncertain economy with NO new
"Where the board's at right now is wanting the highest academic achievement and fiscal responsibility," Petrey said. "That's what I stand for."
We will continue to challenge the status quo where need be.. and THAT IS A GOOD THING!
LOOK AT TODAY AND THE FUTURE!
Renewal levy saves taxpayers $6.5 million over the five year life of the levy, while continuing to
Reduced school fees, lower pay to participate fees, busing restored, staff cuts reversed, long neglected building and ground maintenance funded.
Efficiency plans reallocate resources from under utilized programs to gifted and early intervention. Putting money where it is needed!
District run preschool instead of outsourcing, saving $132,000 each year. Analyzing data to expose "Proficient" as failing.
RAISING THE BAR FOR STUDENTS AND TEACHERS...AND THAT IS A GOOD THING!
Adding ACT/College Essentials class, balancing class sizes, and strengthening our curriculum.
Emphasizing early college credit programs through the high school, Post Secondary Enrollment Options
(PSEO), Advanced Placement, and Dual Credit courses.
Coordinated technology plan with wireless access for every building, laptops to every teacher, and more than 1100 new computers.
WHY WOULD OUR COMMUNITY WISH TO GO BACK?
Please join with Parents Representing Parents and vote for our only two school board candidates who are on board with the current board's winning agenda of putting CHILDREN FIRST!
Vote November 5, 2013 for David Bitner and Kolton Vaughn who should be elected as our next two
Students First/Responsible Budgeting school
Spread the Great News! Vote for David Bitner and Kolton Vaughn. It's for our children, our community and toward a better future for our schools!
#28114 Oct 21, 2013
In viewing the Vaughn/Bitner site and following their explanation for the volations on the signs they state:
"Your Candidates for membership on the Springboro School Board: you only need to vote for two!"
Isn't this a false statement since the ballot will state you need to vote for three?
#28115 Oct 21, 2013
It actually states: For Member of Board of Education(Vote for not more than 3). Nobody can force you to vote for anyone. If you only want to vote for two, just vote for two. If you only want to vote for one, just vote for one. You can't vote for more than three though.
#28116 Oct 21, 2013
Did you know that as a Springboro resident, you have a vote in the Clearcreek Township Trustee Election!
Did you know that WADE & LAMB is spending YOUR hard earned taxpayer's funds to cover their CRIMINAL ACTS! They held off the trial until after the NOVEMBER election. Here is what the Ohio Appeals Court said...
Ohio — A lawsuit challenging a township's longstanding practice of holding informal gatherings before official public meetings is headed back to a southwest Ohio court.
An Ohio 12th District Court of Appeals judge ruled recently that the lawsuit was dismissed prematurely by a Warren County court. He sent it back to resolve conflicting testimony on whether Clearcreek Township trustees are violating state open meetings law.
Judge Robert Ringland wrote that were too many unanswered questions, including whether the "pre-meeting meetings were prearranged, what the purpose of the meetings was and whether deliberations took place therein." Township officials defend the practice of having informal gatherings in the administrator's office ahead of the twice-monthly township meetings.
Dennis Hetzel, executive director of the Ohio Newspaper Association, thinks the township practice is questionable.
"When they have these information-gathering sessions, if they are discussing stuff, I think you can argue that they are deliberating," Hetzel said. "If they start asking questions or discussing, they have moved over from information-gathering to deliberating."
PLEASE, for the sake of our community, DO NOT PUT WADE & LAMB back into office.
#28117 Oct 21, 2013
SUPPORT THE PROGRESS MADE IN THE PAST TWO YEARS...
Renewal levy that saves taxpayers $6.5 million.
Reduced school fees, lower pay to participate fees, as well as restored busing, and building maintenance.
We believe over taxation of the taxpayers is wrong!
We believe in supporting the amount of necessary taxation required to do the job correctly.
We believe that excess tax money in any government body tends to insopire creative ways to spend that money.
We believe transparency, from budgeting to policy formulation to meetings, leads to good governance in all levels of government.
We believe in maintaining fiscal integrity and
We believe in LISTENING ....and That's a Good Thing!
You Are Invited to meet and greet your
Students First/Responsible Budgeting
School Board Candidates
David Bitner and Kolton Vaughn
October 21, 2013
6:30 p.m.- 8:30 p.m.
205 East St.
Springboro, Ohio 45066
Since: Sep 12
#28118 Oct 21, 2013
no you can vote for two but they elect the top 3
#28119 Oct 21, 2013
So tell us how the PSEO students are getting less of an education. They still have to meet all the state requirements to graduate. Are you saying that the state requirements PLUS college classes would mean LESS of an education than just state requirements? You are correct the most important issue is the students. However, your Less is better argument clearly shows you are not worried about the students.
#28120 Oct 21, 2013
Me thinks it's something way beyond coincidence that a certain incumbant township trustee's surname rhymes with... "PAID".
#28121 Oct 21, 2013
YOUR / YOU'RE
Unlike you, "idiot" Doug Wiedeman has a solid grasp of how to properly utilize a contraction.
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