Why do some on this blog have such a negative opinion of Springboro<quoted text>
Why do you have such a negative opinion of Springboro teachers? My experiences have been quite positive.
School Board of Education representatives, Kelly Kohls, Jim Rigano, and David Petroni? My experiences have been quite positive.
As many of our concerned citizens in Springboro, including school employees, school board members and school district taxpayers, seek to build confidence in our schools for everyone...Why do others seek to build mistrust?
From the outside, board representatives Kelly Kohls, Jim Rigano, and David Petroni have been demonized by their fearful political opponents who continue spreading lies, while projecting false evidence appearing real, deceiving community members who do not know the true history of goings on "inside" our schools.
What is negative about the progress that our current board has made putting our students first in the past two years?
Zero based budgets and efficiency plans are not controversial.
Updated technology and curriculum are not controversial.
Buses that run and roofs that don't leak are not controversial.
Putting children first is reasonable, not controversial.
What is negative about every School Employee receiving MORE
money in their individual paychecks AND every Springboro family
keeping more of their hard earned money in their pockets with reduced levy that saves taxpayers $6.2 million?
Where integrity was not maintained from within, WHY is it not
our individual right and our individual duty, regardless of diversity in politics and religion, to rebuild that integrity, working together in a unifying direction, putting our students first while maintaining fiscal integrity?
Educate Springboro's common sense approach does not strip the district of its traditions or diversity. It does not ignore its accomplishments and honors, including "Excellent with Distinction." It simply gives both the School Community of Students and Employees AND the Community of Taxpayers a
unifying direction that extends beyond any individual,
building, or year.