"No debate means No Choice" EQUALS TWICE the Brain Drain Ignorance.<quoted text>
One down, Two to go...
If YOU could step out of the Smoke that gets in your eyes from the hot air being pumped
out from the ego of Malone, who HAS BEEN a principal for the PAST thirteen years, perhaps your mind would be CLEAR enough to see a broader REFORM MINDED vision that all common sense voters see clearly!
Stay With Us! Common sense voters are VERY optimistic that our three board members (Mr. Anderson, Mr. Petroni and Mr. Rigano) with their private sector Business-Wise financial expertise, are Eager and Able to role model our school district's winning agenda of
Children First Budgeting, thus influencing our Two Minority Retired Educators (Ron Malone and David Stuckey) to let go of old status quo failed practices of the past, and Stay on this new course of reform minded leadership for our children, schools and community!
That's what Springboro's Common Sense Voters chose in their Number One selection of electing our community business man, Charles Anderson, to serve on the board with David Petroni and Jim Rigano.......... in the direction of OPPORTUNITY for Everyone -- Our Students! Our Teachers! Our Families! Our Community!
Even national leaders (including Mr. Duncan) are educating our NEA that we can't just invest in Status Quo -- we Must Invest in a Reform Minded VISION! Inquiring minds would
ask those on this blog (who are severely misled by the insane popularity of Ron Malone's
status quo, business as usual, running our high school like a union shop), Do You Really BELIEVE that Ron Malone's Motives for Service is All About Putting our Students FIRST
while maintaining fiscal integrity?" And another question" Why did Ron Malone fail to
accept the March 2012 challenge of opportunity which was offered him by the promotion to bigger responsibility-bigger opportunity in the District Office position? Why did Ron Malone
admit in the Springboro Life magazine last May 2013 that his "skill set" in education leadership did NOT fit with the new reform minded philosophy of our current boards VISION for our children's 21st century education?