What a waste of people resources in that our current BOE president Charles Anderson has allowed himself to "picked" by the retired educators, Ron Malone and David Stuckey, to take up the same old Vote for Revenge fight against our Fixing Budgets/Levy Alternatives board members David Petroni and Jim Rigano!heard that Scott Anderson sold out his share of Sweeney's, another Anderson failure in the restaurant business. And this guy was once president of the local school board ? This town can sure pick'em..
You will recall that in March 2012, our previous school board members, Scott Anderson and Don Miller, joined ranks with the SEA president and the insanely popular SHS principal trying to overturn the free election of November 2011, and throw the Fixing Budgets/Levy Alternative winning agenda out of the board room.
You will remember that during Ron Malone's March 2012 protest against school board authority that a few professional educators and a few students and their parents lined up in the high school auditorium to accuse our newly elected board representatives of being unfit to do the job that the majority of Voters had elected them to do; telling our newly elected board members that that should get out of the way and let the "educators" run the school district.
People in this community should wake up and get themselves to the January 23 board meeting when several important board committee appointments will be made by the
Malone/Stuckey "third wheel" Mr. Charles Anderson, who proudly voted for himself on January 9 to become BOE president. Our retired educators elected to school board do not
add up to a majority of retired educators. Mr.Charles Anderson is bound by already in place Board Policy and by laws to represent the entire community of Taxpayers in the board room votes, in addition to listening to the school district leaders. There is no place in our board room for the tunnel vision of retired educators Malone/Stuckey and their status quo mindset that the board members PRIORITY is putting financial recommendations from the staff ahead of putting our students first while living within our children first budget.