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Our recommendation: Springboro voters should say 'yes' the first time to school levies

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Wednesday manifesto

Springfield, OH

#29592 Dec 6, 2013
Boro Future Brighter wrote:
<quoted text>
Perhaps if you turned the page from 1782 and took a Look at Today and the Future, you could rise above your pettiness and celebrate the progress made in the past two years, right here in our Springboro school district, including pay increases for every school employee and renewal levy that saves taxpayers $6.5 million!...and why is that? Simply because Children First Budgeting Works!
Congratulations! You are guilty of a "red herring" logical fallacy!

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Red_herring

The topic of debate had been creationism in public schools and how this is interpreted by members of various religious faiths and secular groups / individuals.
You attempted to escape that argument by switching to something you're obviously more comfortable wasting LOTS of keystrokes about...the district's budget.
Get a life

United States

#29593 Dec 6, 2013
Come Grow With Us wrote:
Springboro Families and Taxpaying Homeowners proved overwhelming support for the progress made in the past two years by our current board and school district leaders, by voting in appreciation of all our school employees for November 5th Renewal Levy! Special Thanks are due our board members for unanimously voting for pay increases for all school employees and reduced taxes for all Springboro Families! Thank You!
The following is adapted from a blog post by Springboro Board of Education Member David Petroni,
September 2013 Board of Education Briefing)...
...In The Direction of Sustainability
Our recent history of five failed new money levies has challenged our district, but with our staff and teachers, we have met that challenge. With data-driven decisions and careful budgeting, we have reallocated resources to do more for our kids without asking our community for higher taxes.
The budget through 2017 includes busing for all grades and a program to spend more than $2.1 million on new buses; more than $2 million in textbooks and curriculum adoption; over $3.7 million in capital needs and deferred maintenance; and more than $1l1 million in new technology; as well as our current staff salaries and benefits.
These needs are met in the five year forecast even with the lower renewal levy. How is this possible?
Our district will receive 6.5% more in 2013-2014 than in the previous year from the State of Ohio (approximately $828,000) as well as 10.5% more in 2014-2015 (approximately $1.2 million).
Since 2012-2013, the district has received $3.5 million per year as a result of a pipeline that has been completed.(A second pipeline is possible; however, the district's current forecast assumptions DO NOT include the additional funding it may bring to the district.)
Efficiency plans, reallocating resources, and increased revenue make the lower renewal levy possible.
If the reduced renewal levy passes on November 5, we will maintain an approximate $4 million carryover in 2017, according to our current five-year forecast.
With every step, we are proving that this district--with its record of excellence-- is sustainable with an even lower tax burden. We are meeting and exceeding state mandates as well as local expectations. We are building a technology backbone, investing in computers, curriculum, buses and buildings. Most important, we are being honest about what is needed through 2017. This is reform at the local level, and this is working together toward sustainability.
Springboro's Board of Education members come from different perspectives, but they share a common goal to accelerate student achievement in Springboro. BOE members provide a critical link between our schools and our community.
Are you this socially awkward in person? I'll bet you're super fun at parties, repeating the same things over and over again. I think you need to get out more.

If they try to insert Creationism into the curriculum anywhere other than an optional world religions course, I will sue and enjoy it. Thankfully that won't happen since the crazies will no longer have the majority.

I love how you refer to the SEA as an overpaid cult. Dramatic much?

Oh my, get a life!
The Record Speaks Truth

Springfield, OH

#29594 Dec 6, 2013
Wednesday manifesto wrote:
<quoted text>
Congratulations! You are guilty of a "red herring" logical fallacy!
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Red_herring
The topic of debate had been creationism in public schools and how this is interpreted by members of various religious faiths and secular groups / individuals.
You attempted to escape that argument by switching to something you're obviously more comfortable wasting LOTS of keystrokes about...the district's budget.
You are guilty for S-U-R-E of using the media circus, presenting false evidence appearing real, demonizing board members -- not because they are pushing creationism in public schools (which evidence proves is false) but, simply because our current board is attacking the high cost of labor in our children's classrooms, and evidence proves that putting our Students First while maintaining fiscal integrity is working.

Education in Springboro is all about "show me the money!"
And our current board's financial expertise and leadership skills have an "excellent with distinction" rating on their job performance from our community of taxpayers!

Our schools (including SEA and SCEA members) and our community of taxpayers are inextricably tied. Public schools serve the community. And the community supports public schools. Today,
we stand in an almost unheard of place: Increased pay for all our school employees and reduced taxes for every Springboro family!

What's Not to Celebrate in that Great Job Performance of our
School Community of Employees and our entire community of taxpayers, working together, doing what's right for our school children and community?

Special Thanks and Appreciation are due to ALL five board members, Kelly Kohls, Jim Rigano, Wendy Kull, Don Miller and David Petroni!

Special Thanks and Appreciation are due to our School Superintendent, Mr. Petrey, and his Staff!

Thank You All for Renewal Levy that saves taxpayers $6.5 million,
and most important, Thank You ALL for being honest about what is needed through 2017! This is reform at the local level and this is working together toward sustainability!

Springboro's Board of Education members come from different perspectives, but they share a common goal to accelerate student achievement in Springboro. BOE members provide a critical link between our schools and our community.

Springboro families and taxpaying homeowners extend Congratulations to our new board members-elect, Charles Anderson, Ron Malone, and Mr. Stuckey! Our Children's First Budgeting winning agenda has a good thing going for our students first 21st Century Education, with Highly Valued Quality Teachers in every classroom; and look forward to working together "training up our retired educators" ... in the direction of common sense!
Welcome Aboard!
Come Grow With Us

Springfield, OH

#29595 Dec 6, 2013
Our schools (including SEA and SCEA members) and our community of taxpayers are inextricably tied. Public schools serve the community. And the community supports public schools. Today,
we stand in an almost unheard of place: Increased pay for all our school employees and reduced taxes for every Springboro family!

Springboro Families and Taxpaying Homeowners proved overwhelming support for the progress made in the past two years by our current board and school district leaders, by voting in appreciation of all our school employees for November 5th Renewal Levy! Special Thanks are due our board members for unanimously voting for pay increases for all school employees and reduced taxes for all Springboro Families! Thank You!

The following is adapted from a blog post by Springboro Board of Education Member David Petroni,
September 2013 Board of Education Briefing)...

...In The Direction of Sustainability

Our recent history of five failed new money levies has challenged our district, but with our staff and teachers, we have met that challenge. With data-driven decisions and careful budgeting, we have reallocated resources to do more for our kids without asking our community for higher taxes.

The budget through 2017 includes busing for all grades and a program to spend more than $2.1 million on new buses; more than $2 million in textbooks and curriculum adoption; over $3.7 million in capital needs and deferred maintenance; and more than $1l1 million in new technology; as well as our current staff salaries and benefits.

These needs are met in the five year forecast even with the lower renewal levy. How is this possible?

Our district will receive 6.5% more in 2013-2014 than in the previous year from the State of Ohio (approximately $828,000) as well as 10.5% more in 2014-2015 (approximately $1.2 million).

Since 2012-2013, the district has received $3.5 million per year as a result of a pipeline that has been completed.(A second pipeline is possible; however, the district's current forecast assumptions DO NOT include the additional funding it may bring to the district.)

Efficiency plans, reallocating resources, and increased revenue make the lower renewal levy possible.

If the reduced renewal levy passes on November 5, we will maintain an approximate $4 million carryover in 2017, according to our current five-year forecast.

With every step, we are proving that this district--with its record of excellence-- is sustainable with an even lower tax burden. We are meeting and exceeding state mandates as well as local expectations. We are building a technology backbone, investing in computers, curriculum, buses and buildings. Most important, we are being honest about what is needed through 2017. This is reform at the local level, and this is working together toward sustainability.

Springboro's Board of Education members come from different perspectives, but they share a common goal to accelerate student achievement in Springboro. BOE members provide a critical link between our schools and our community.
The Record Speaks Truth

Springfield, OH

#29596 Dec 6, 2013
Get a life wrote:
<quoted text>
Are you this socially awkward in person? I'll bet you're super fun at parties, repeating the same things over and over again. I think you need to get out more.
If they try to insert Creationism into the curriculum anywhere other than an optional world religions course, I will sue and enjoy it. Thankfully that won't happen since the crazies will no longer have the majority.
I love how you refer to the SEA as an overpaid cult. Dramatic much?
Oh my, get a life!
Life is Good!.... in the direction of Common Sense!

For too long, the Springboro district appeared to work very well, but it lacked clear direction. With no plan for textbooks, technology, capital improvements, buses and more, there was no larger course charted for our schools. There was no common sense.

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 us a unifying direction that extends beyond any INDIVIDUAL (including Ron Malone, who has been a SHS principal for the PAST 13 years); any BUILDING (including the SHS building that Ron Malone run like a union shop, making up classes with scant demand to ensure employment for those whose skills were not in demand); or any YEAR (including the years that our school district wasted taxpayers money holding status quo membership in the Ohio School Boards Association).

When we combine common sense spending with the strong performance of our schools, we provide opportunities for everyone:

OUR STUDENTS; OUR TEACHERS; OUR FAMILIES; and OUR COMMUNITY!

What's NOT to Celebrate in that combination?
duh

Mason, OH

#29597 Dec 6, 2013
It seems quite funny that this blog is so clue less in historical matters regarding BOE AND ADMIN
LOL
motorvoter

Cincinnati, OH

#29598 Dec 6, 2013
Heh Teabaggers - your buddy Sonny Thomas has had some banner days lately of throwing around anti-black racism. Good luck with that.
duh

Mason, OH

#29599 Dec 6, 2013
duh wrote:
It seems quite funny that this blog is so clue less in historical matters regarding BOE AND ADMIN
LOL
thatjudgment just reinforces my point
Wednesday manifesto

Springfield, OH

#29600 Dec 6, 2013
The Record Speaks Truth wrote:
<quoted text>
You are guilty for S-U-R-E of using the media circus, presenting false evidence appearing real, demonizing board members -- not because they are pushing creationism in public schools (which evidence proves is false) but, simply because our current board is attacking the high cost of labor in our children's classrooms, and evidence proves that putting our Students First while maintaining fiscal integrity is working.
Education in Springboro is all about "show me the money!"
And our current board's financial expertise and leadership skills have an "excellent with distinction" rating on their job performance from our community of taxpayers!
Our schools (including SEA and SCEA members) and our community of taxpayers are inextricably tied. Public schools serve the community. And the community supports public schools. Today,
we stand in an almost unheard of place: Increased pay for all our school employees and reduced taxes for every Springboro family!
What's Not to Celebrate in that Great Job Performance of our
School Community of Employees and our entire community of taxpayers, working together, doing what's right for our school children and community?
Special Thanks and Appreciation are due to ALL five board members, Kelly Kohls, Jim Rigano, Wendy Kull, Don Miller and David Petroni!
Special Thanks and Appreciation are due to our School Superintendent, Mr. Petrey, and his Staff!
Thank You All for Renewal Levy that saves taxpayers $6.5 million,
and most important, Thank You ALL for being honest about what is needed through 2017! This is reform at the local level and this is working together toward sustainability!
Springboro's Board of Education members come from different perspectives, but they share a common goal to accelerate student achievement in Springboro. BOE members provide a critical link between our schools and our community.
Springboro families and taxpaying homeowners extend Congratulations to our new board members-elect, Charles Anderson, Ron Malone, and Mr. Stuckey! Our Children's First Budgeting winning agenda has a good thing going for our students first 21st Century Education, with Highly Valued Quality Teachers in every classroom; and look forward to working together "training up our retired educators" ... in the direction of common sense!
Welcome Aboard!
Get a Life hit the nail directly on the head. Obviously, your mind continuously flexes in and out of a dilusional state. Have you considered seeking psychiatric help?
Now That We Know

Springfield, OH

#29601 Dec 6, 2013
Ever notice how those who oppose doing what's right for our school children and community always bring up bashing the same private citizens (including Springboro parent Sonny Thomas, who has NO influence nor authority over our children's classrooms, and who is NOT an elected BOE official, nor school employee)in their efforts to divert attention away from Ron Malone's true history of dumbing-down our students curriculum, running our high school like a union shop, robbing resources from areas of greater need in the district, to the detriment of our students who were gifted and those in need of early intervention?

As the man who led our school district as high school principal for 13 years, Ron Malone held a special place of trust, authority, and influence in our community. How he chose to use those gifts is revealed in the public records reports of his professional peer reviewers, his superiors, and his own public pronouncements; revealing PROOF of the TRUTH....the true history of Ron Malone is not as golden as you have been led to believe.

Now, in the local newspaper, Malone said he is grateful to community that they have TRUST in himself, Anderson, and Stuckey... Get Real Malone! There is no One Chair in the Board Room that Seats Three! Only YOU are responsible for your own failed practices in the past as the SHS principal, who WAS trusted
as a professional educator, but that was BEFORE the "community"
learned the truth about YOU, as an individual who betrayed our trust; failing to put our students highest academic priorities first! You fooled us once; but not a chance that you won't be challenged if you try it again in the board room!
The Record Speaks Truth

Springfield, OH

#29602 Dec 6, 2013
As the man who led our school district as high school principal for 13 years, Ron Malone held a special place of trust, authority, and influence in our community. How he chose to use those gifts is revealed in the public records reports of his professional peer reviewers, his superiors, and his own public pronouncements. It is not as golden as you have been led to believe.
DECEMBER 2010 - Warren County Educational Service Center audit report on SHS program of studies RECOMMENDATIONS page 13:
"Increase the number of students taking the HIGH SCHOOLS THAT WORKS recommended curriculum/Ohio Core each year by at least 25 percent.
"Increase the percentage of students taking college preparatory courses. Eliminate any course offerings below the college preparatory level."

JANUARY 2012 - Superintendent Gene Lolli's annual performance evaluation of Mr. Malone notes:

"Mr. Malone does demonstrate the ability to affect change, but sometimes very reluctantly. It sometimes takes numerous requests by Superintendent before changes are implemented."

Mr. Malone needs to improve on getting request goals to the Superintendent in a timely fashion. Examples include: Requested schedule of events for delayed start at the beginning of the year, at semester, and last week and have not yet received. Also requested times and dates of all staff meetings and quarterly updates on the High Schools That Work per 2011-2012 job targets.

JANUARY 2013 - Warren County Educational Service Center audit report on SHS program of studies page 10:
"SHS still offers GENERAL LEVEL CLASSES (Algebra 1A and 1B, physical science, US History, and World History). Thus, not all students experience a college preparatory curriculum. Documents provided to the Technical Assistance Visiting (TAV Team indicate that contrary to the High Schools That Works philosophy, SHS believes that offering LOW-LEVEL COURSES is in the best interest of students. This belief, however, WAS NOT SUBSTANTIATED by research or data."
2013 US NEWS ranking of high schools in Ohio ranks King’s #23, Mason #35, Bellbrook#37, Brookville #41, Lebanon #48, Centerville #49, Waynesville #53, Monroe #90 and , and finally Springboro #97.
Given our district’s stated 40% gifted population, the fact that only 20% are on track to take A/P classes in high school, our district is severely underperforming compared to those districts around us in my opinion.
*Number of Dual College Credit Classes available when Mr. Malone
retired - 0
*Number of Dual College Credit classes added after Mr. Malone retired
June 30, 2013 - 6
Misallocation of district and taxpayer resources: 34 out of 77 elective classes at the high school had less than 20 students, more than a few had multiple classes.
IE: Children’s Literature, 2 classes – 27 total students, Entrepreneurship, 2 classes – 20 total students, etc.
My conclusion is that Mr. Malone ran this high school like a union shop, making up classes with scant demand to ensure employment for those whose skills were not in demand. This tactic robbed resources from areas of greater need in the district. Those who suffered the most were the gifted and those in need of early intervention.
In The News

Springfield, OH

#29603 Dec 6, 2013
@Star Press 11/14/2013:

Truth be told, Ron Malone sounds "delusional" in the local news article, as he speaks of himself, Anderson and Stuckey, as ONE.(typical delusions of the former SHS principal, who always presents himself, throughout our schools and community, of himself as the self-appointed ONE authority as false god of education, with his Union troops occupying our taxpayer funded high school facility).

Malone said one of "their" goals(as if he has all power over the minds of Anderson and Stuckey as his "puppet boys") is to "define the role of the board in the school system. He said the role should be one of policy making and RECEIVING
RECOMMENDATIONS from STAFF....!

lol, now that's not only DELUSIONAL, but that's the Identity Crisis suffered by board member-elect Ron Malone, who has been a high school principal for the PAST 13 years! In January 2012 Superintendent Gene Lolli's annual performance evaluation of Mr. Malone notes:
"Mr. Malone does demonstrate the ability to affect change, but sometimes very reluctantly."

In his past employment as high school principal, Mr. Malone REFUSED to act on Mr. Lolli's RECOMMENDATIONS to affect changes needed to raise the bar for our students and teachers; AND
Mr. Malone gave Priority to RECOMMENDATIONS
from Union Staff to run our high school like a union shop, making up classes with scant demand to ensure employment for those whose skills were not in demand....

The time has come for board member-elect, Ron Malone, to reset his delusional priorities of
"RECEIVING RECOMMENDATIONS FROM STAFF" in the
board room.

The "Role" of a BOE elected official is already defined; and ALL five board members will be held accountable, as Individuals, to listen and give fair and balanced consideration to ALL needs of the school district; AND to listen and give fair and balanced consideration to needs of ALL community taxpayers. OUR schools and OUR community are inextricably tied. Public Schools serve the community. And the community supports public schools! The Priority Role of Individual BOE
MEMBERS is to provide a critical link between our
Schools and our Community.
Get a life

Springfield, OH

#29604 Dec 7, 2013
In The News wrote:
@Star Press 11/14/2013:
Truth be told, Ron Malone sounds "delusional" in the local news article, as he speaks of himself, Anderson and Stuckey, as ONE.(typical delusions of the former SHS principal, who always presents himself, throughout our schools and community, of himself as the self-appointed ONE authority as false god of education, with his Union troops occupying our taxpayer funded high school facility).
Malone said one of "their" goals(as if he has all power over the minds of Anderson and Stuckey as his "puppet boys") is to "define the role of the board in the school system. He said the role should be one of policy making and RECEIVING
RECOMMENDATIONS from STAFF....!
lol, now that's not only DELUSIONAL, but that's the Identity Crisis suffered by board member-elect Ron Malone, who has been a high school principal for the PAST 13 years! In January 2012 Superintendent Gene Lolli's annual performance evaluation of Mr. Malone notes:
"Mr. Malone does demonstrate the ability to affect change, but sometimes very reluctantly."
In his past employment as high school principal, Mr. Malone REFUSED to act on Mr. Lolli's RECOMMENDATIONS to affect changes needed to raise the bar for our students and teachers; AND
Mr. Malone gave Priority to RECOMMENDATIONS
from Union Staff to run our high school like a union shop, making up classes with scant demand to ensure employment for those whose skills were not in demand....
The time has come for board member-elect, Ron Malone, to reset his delusional priorities of
"RECEIVING RECOMMENDATIONS FROM STAFF" in the
board room.
The "Role" of a BOE elected official is already defined; and ALL five board members will be held accountable, as Individuals, to listen and give fair and balanced consideration to ALL needs of the school district; AND to listen and give fair and balanced consideration to needs of ALL community taxpayers. OUR schools and OUR community are inextricably tied. Public Schools serve the community. And the community supports public schools! The Priority Role of Individual BOE
MEMBERS is to provide a critical link between our
Schools and our Community.
You're obnoxious and annoying. An ape could copy and paste this crap over and over.(Of course, in fairness, you did evolve from one)

I'd be interested to hear any NEW insight you have. Otherwise, can you stop saying the same thing over and over?
remember who the enemy is

Springfield, OH

#29605 Dec 7, 2013
duh wrote:
<quoted text>thatjudgment just reinforces my point
You radical leftist communists are scary and very pathological.
remember who the enemy is

Springfield, OH

#29606 Dec 7, 2013
They sit in the audience at board meetings and they sit up on stage, they stalk parents and board members in black Cadilacs and are relentless with demands and public records requests. They demand that a review of our public offices are not done by someone that would understand how the private sector works simply because they don't want a real eye on the finances. They Petition, Rally, call the media, film every board meeting, clap like seals when a groupie says what they like. They have their hands up the skirt of people like David Bowman and Plunderbound (Jason)- all fully entrenched in the union controls and they all smile and tell you they care about this kids.

You all hold hands and destroy your childrens future and tell me that it was all for the kids again. If this town does not wake up we will be just like Germany where kids are taken from parents if they do not send them to the communist soldier training schools.
remember who the enemy is

Springfield, OH

#29607 Dec 7, 2013
Wednesday manifesto wrote:
<quoted text>
What about parents and grandparents of Muslim students who attend Springboro schools? Is it your opinion that their children should be forced to study the Christian God, using public tax dollars?
Maybe we should look at the founding documents. They are written to form a Christian Nation, they were written by 90% Christians, they were written to avoid over bearing government and tyranny. They are written to keep government out of the Church. They were written to keep govt in its rightful place, as servants to the People not the other way around. The other way around is Communism.
you need therapy

Springfield, OH

#29608 Dec 7, 2013
duh wrote:
<quoted text>what makes "god" the higher name read the books of all beliefs they all follow the " basic " teaching man changes path not "god"
WOW can you say something coherent? Where did you get your ejucaton? lol
the divider

Fairborn, OH

#29609 Dec 7, 2013
remember who the enemy is wrote:
They sit in the audience at board meetings and they sit up on stage, they stalk parents and board members in black Cadilacs and are relentless with demands and public records requests. They demand that a review of our public offices are not done by someone that would understand how the private sector works simply because they don't want a real eye on the finances. They Petition, Rally, call the media, film every board meeting, clap like seals when a groupie says what they like. They have their hands up the skirt of people like David Bowman and Plunderbound (Jason)- all fully entrenched in the union controls and they all smile and tell you they care about this kids.
You all hold hands and destroy your childrens future and tell me that it was all for the kids again. If this town does not wake up we will be just like Germany where kids are taken from parents if they do not send them to the communist soldier training schools.
"stalked by people in black Cadillacs " That would be Sarah Jobe"..another one of Springboro's "queens of darkness".
the divider

Fairborn, OH

#29610 Dec 7, 2013
Get a life wrote:
<quoted text>
You're obnoxious and annoying. An ape could copy and paste this crap over and over.(Of course, in fairness, you did evolve from one)
I'd be interested to hear any NEW insight you have. Otherwise, can you stop saying the same thing over and over?
it's a bit early to be so cranky, isn't it Sarah Jobe ?
Spread the Great News

Springfield, OH

#29611 Dec 7, 2013
Get a life wrote:
<quoted text>
You're obnoxious and annoying. An ape could copy and paste this crap over and over.(Of course, in fairness, you did evolve from one)
I'd be interested to hear any NEW insight you have. Otherwise, can you stop saying the same thing over and over?
There's only one way to say the TRUTH; Otherwise, it would just be parents for S-U-R-E spreading F-E-A-R... you know False Evidence Appearing Real; distorting the Truth all over the news media by preaching politics of personal destruction, demonizing our school district's winning agenda of Students First/Fixing Budgets/Levy Alternatives, doing what's right for our students, our teachers, our schools and our community?

Reform-minded Common Sense Voters understand that our Status Quo Pro-Levy Lover Voters find it "obnoxious and annoying".... that overwhelming SUPPORT of the progress made by our current board in less than just TWO years, was proven solidly by November 5th Renewal levy...Saving Taxpayers $6.5 million over the FIVE year life of the levy, while CONTINUING to generate surplus!

....And that is NEW insight worthy of Front Page Headlines,
bringing NEW appreciation to Taxpayers' minds EVERY DAY,
over and over, saying the SAME thing... Children's First Budgeting Works! It's for our children, our community and toward a better future for our schools!

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