Don't You Mean By... "To start investing" we have to re-instate Malone's failed practices of union first, offering only Symbolism with no Substance of Raising the bar for students and teachers?<quoted text>
Nope they don't "suck" as your command of the english language comes out in it's full glory.
Simply that if you look at the other schools (the one's in the top 10) They have less of a student to teacher ration (one is 14:1, ours is 20:1). I did notice not one charter school in the top 5 (didn't check after that). Oakwood is 9th in the state. Ask them what they pay in taxes.
I found this on their website:
"Most recently, the school district passed a new 5.75 mill operating levy in November, 2010, with a 62% positive vote and a 1.8 mill Permanent Improvement Renewal Levy in March, 2012, with 72% approval."
And they have another levy on the ballot Tuesday:
"The next test will come Nov. 5, when the district will be on the ballot for a 5.75-mill levy that would cost the owner of a $200,000 home an additional $403 per year."
Kind of answers why Springboro is 97, we don't pass school levys.
Therefore it stands to reason that if we want to be in the top 10 in the state. We need to start investing in our children.
Why would our community wish to go back to a continuous stream of BOE promoted tax increases for union financial gain first; when our Children's First Budgeting Works in the best interest of all students, school employees, and community taxpayers?
Our school district doesn't need more money for a quality classroom education for all students; we need more accountability!
Now that we know the WASTE of OUR HARD EARNED MONEY during the
time of Dr. Malone's employment as high school principal, concerned citizens cannot allow school district leaders to get
that embedded in their own comfort zone and fail to challenge their staff nor their students. Mr. Malone was so empowered as
the insanely popular education god of false doctrine, that he falsely accused a taxpayer of sitting in HIS parking lot watching HIS staff. On November 5th, this community needs to vote with their eyes wide open, and just say NO more of Ron Malone's status quo tunnel vision.
Fiscal responsibility and highest academic achievement is what our new school district administrators stand for; Now all we need is to elect David Bitner and Kolton Vaughn as our next two TEAM PLAYERS who are already on board with our current board's
reform minded vision for our students 21st Century Quality Classroom Education (including on line learning coming up soon).
Taxpayers have INVESTED heavily in education; and now we have to
hold our school district administrators and building principals accountable to the taxpayers to get the job done right, and
we are on our way to victory...
Please join us in voting for David Bitner and Kolton Vaughn as our next two school board representatives!
Please join us in voting for our school renewal levy that saves taxpayers $6.5 million.
It's for our children, our community and toward a better future for our schools!