Pepperell would not mind paying more for education if they saw the money being used wisely and managed properly. The problem is that Pepperell does not have any confidence in the superintendent. She is not the right person for the job.So if Townsend shares Pepperell's frustration, they should start speaking up instead of being satisfied with the status quo. There are three schools who have not been making adequate yearly progress,yet we keep on spending more money on administrator's salaries.Hey, Here's a radical thought:
IF the school district's per-pupil education cost is one of the lowest in the state, why would anyone complain about the budget?
Seems like there ought to be praise for all associated with operating the schools.
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