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Waste Watchers

Springfield, OH

#29147 Nov 14, 2013
Boro Alumni wrote:
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NAEP: A Flawed Benchmark Producing the Same Old Story
by James Harvey, executive director of the National Superintendents Roundtable.
The latest results from the National Assessment of Educational Progress were released this week and can be summarized quickly: New NAEP numbers tell the same old story.http://www.washingtonpos t.com/blogs/answer-sheet/post/ naep-a-flawed-benchmark-produc ing-the-same-old-story/2011/11 /03/gIQAbnonmM_blog.html
Excuse Me, but can one of PrinciPAL Ron's kids inform our board member-elect, Mr. Malone, that he is not in high school anymore, and as a retired school employee, our has been a SHS PrinciPAL has lost his "cover" of being the Victim of those mean old reform-minded elected BOE officials and Taxpaying citizens for putting Students First while maintaining fiscal integity.

Mr. Malone's Public Records of Performance Evaluation PROVE that Mr. Malone had the ABILITY toRaise the bar for students and teachers, but chose instead to waste taxpayers money running our high school like a union shop, making up classes with scant demand to ensure employment for those school employees whose skills were not in demand. This tact robbed resources from areas of greater need in the district. Those wo suffered themost were the gifted and those in need of early intervention. Thus, there were students in our school district (let's keep this local instead of trying to blame the state, the nation, and the whole wide world) who were deprived of the EDUCATION that our LOCAL TAXPAYERS were paying for.

MR. MALONE'S TACTICS OF PROMOTING UNION EMPLOYMENT SOLIDARITY
WHILE KEEPING THE BAR AT LOW LEVEL STATE MINIMUM CLASSES WAS ABUSIVE TO OUR STUDENTS POTENTIAL ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT,
AND A WASTE OF TAXPAYERS SCHOOL TAX DOLLARS!

Mr. Malone's PAST employment records PROVE that he ABUSED
his special place of trust, authority, and influence over our
students, our parents, and our community members. What a
WASTE of Trust in the 5673 votes cast for Mr. Malone on
November 5th as only Number 2 in popularity! Now that the election is over and the TRUE HISTORY of our insanely popular SHS princiPAL is revealed, the only thing left on Mr. Malone's "bucket list" is to stand down as board member-elect; and Stand Up For Kids, as his last stand as a professional educator with 41 years of PAST experience which just doesn't FIT the challenges of our Children's 21st Century Classroom Education, with QUALITY teachers, For ALL our Students.

...Mr. Malone, will you please go now?
Stay Alert Voters

Springfield, OH

#29148 Nov 14, 2013
Boro Future Bright wrote:
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You Betcha PrinciPAL Ron won't be allowed to throw ANY of our students under the bus again!
WE BELIEVE in order to deliver the highest level of education we must raise the bar will past the state minimums and strive to challenge our children, parents, and staff to reach higher.
We can and must do better, our children's future depends on our actions today!
WE BELIEVE, TODAY, that board member elect, Dr. Ron Malone, should DEFINE for himself, in the best interest of our Students First
Healthy Future Education, the BOARD MEMBER ROLE of Stepping Down from the BOE bully pulpit, and Standing Up For Kids.
It's Never Too Late to Elect for Yourself Doing What's Right for our School Children and Community!
SOS to Ron Malone... WILL YOU PLEASE GO NOW?
Totally Agree! Enough of Ron Malone's dark tunnel vision of status quo, pledging to tear down the progress made by our current board the past two years, and smothering Fresh Ideas needed to meet the challenges of tomorrow, causing disruption and chaos with his mean spirited, petty attacks on board members, Mr. Rigano and Mr. Petroni, spreading lies that the "role of the board member" needs to be re-defined."

With Mr. Malone's proven records of failed practices as a Professional Educator putting Students First, no doubt
Mr. Malone's sole intention of running for school board election was to "re-define" the role of BOE elected official the
status quo Ron Malone "high school union shop" leadership way.

Not a Chance that Springboro familes and taxpaying homeowners are going to allow that "takeover" of our school tax dollars to happen!

Mr. Malone, will you please go now?
Reflections

Springfield, OH

#29149 Nov 14, 2013
Mirror, mirror on the high school wall,
who is the most popular of them all.....?

FOR THE RECORD... according to the Board of Elections website, Mr. Malone ONLY received
5673 popularity votes out of the total number of
21,837 votes cast on November 5th for school board election.

FOR THE RECORD... Educate Springboro's endorsement of the third candidate, Charles Anderson, received 6086 votes, proving that the people TRUSTED the well respected community business man to support our current board members' reform minded vision of Students First, while Maintaining Fiscal Integrity; THUS rejecting Ron Malone's Vote for Revenge to re-define the role board members reform minded vision of our 21st Century Education for our Children's Future.

Mr. Malone, will you please go now?

It's for our school children, our teachers, our parents, our 2014 Leadership TEAM of board members and school district leaders, and our community of taxpayers.
Reflections

Springfield, OH

#29150 Nov 14, 2013
Mirror, mirror on the high school wall,
who is the most popular of them all.....?

FOR THE RECORD... according to the Board of Elections website, Mr. Malone ONLY received
5673 popularity votes out of the total number of
21,837 votes cast on November 5th for school board election.

FOR THE RECORD... Educate Springboro's endorsement of the third candidate, Charles Anderson, received 6086 votes, proving that the people TRUSTED the well respected community business man to support our current board members' reform minded vision of Students First, while Maintaining Fiscal Integrity; THUS rejecting Ron Malone's Vote for Revenge to re-define the role of our current board members' reform minded Vision of our 21st Century Education for our Children's Future.

Mr. Malone, will you please go now?

It's for our school children, our teachers, our parents, our 2014 Leadership TEAM of board members and school district leaders, and our community of taxpayers.

When our school board members and our school district leaders combine common sense spending with the strong performance of our schools,
increased OPPORTUNITIES are provided for
EVERY ONE -- Our Students, Teachers, Families,
and Our Community!

Let's stay the course with the progress made in the last two years; and Welcome Aboard in 2014
new board representatives WHO Welcome the Opportunity to Serve ALL our School Children and ALL our Springboro families and Taxpaying Homeowners.

There is NO place in our board room for elected officials ONLY representing Eductors and promoting ONLY solidarity from within the school community of union employees.

Mr. Malone, Will You Please Go Now?

Seriously

Dayton, OH

#29151 Nov 14, 2013
Waste Watchers wrote:
...
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.
...
Let's look at these high ranking schools in another way:
Total Exp. per pupil Exp. per pupil(inst.)
King’s #23,$10,458 $5,826
Mason #35,$10,125 $5,637
Bellbrook#37,$10,125 $5,637
Brookville #41,$9,379 $4,728
Lebanon #48,$8,059 $4,361
Centerville #49,$11,086 $6,727
Waynesville #53,$8,274 $4,756
Monroe #90,$8,778 $4,843
Springboro #97.$7,926 $4,470

Maybe funding levels matter. These expenditure levels are from the State of Ohio Dept. of Education for 2011. And before comparisons to Lebanon are made, Lebanon passed a levy for additional money in 2011 and they also passed a levy in 2013.
No debate means No choice

Dayton, OH

#29152 Nov 14, 2013
Reflections wrote:
Mirror, mirror on the high school wall,
who is the most popular of them all.....?
FOR THE RECORD... according to the Board of Elections website, Mr. Malone ONLY received
5673 popularity votes out of the total number of
21,837 votes cast on November 5th for school board election.
FOR THE RECORD... Educate Springboro's endorsement of the third candidate, Charles Anderson, received 6086 votes, proving that the people TRUSTED the well respected community business man to support our current board members' reform minded vision of Students First, while Maintaining Fiscal Integrity; THUS rejecting Ron Malone's Vote for Revenge to re-define the role board members reform minded vision of our 21st Century Education for our Children's Future.
Mr. Malone, will you please go now?
It's for our school children, our teachers, our parents, our 2014 Leadership TEAM of board members and school district leaders, and our community of taxpayers.
5,673 out of 21,837. Are you using "children's first budgeting math?" Are you actually that ignorant. People could vote for 3. That means every voter could have voted for 3 candidates. Actually, the total number of "voters" would be more like 3/21,837 or 7,279. 5,673 is 77.9% of 7,279. Pretty PROFICIENT indeed.

By the way, I heard at the last board meeting it was mentioned several times how the tresurer department is overworked. In other words, they are UNDER staffed. Also they are asking for another 1/2 an art teacher. Student's are complaining that they can't take electives because there is a shortage of teachers. Kind of dumb to offer so many more electives and not be able to teach them. The more electives, the better chance each class is "to small" to justify using a teacher for and they just put the kids in a study hall. Seems like there's a FLAW in their budgeting. In putting "children first" they cut the support staff too deeply, by their own admittance. This of course was obvious to the community and therefore their support of MSA.

No debate means No choice

Dayton, OH

#29153 Nov 14, 2013
Reflections wrote:
Mirror, mirror on the high school wall,
who is the most popular of them all.....?
FOR THE RECORD... according to the Board of Elections website, Mr. Malone ONLY received
5673 popularity votes out of the total number of
21,837 votes cast on November 5th for school board election.
FOR THE RECORD... Educate Springboro's endorsement of the third candidate, Charles Anderson, received 6086 votes, proving that the people TRUSTED the well respected community business man to support our current board members' reform minded vision of Students First, while Maintaining Fiscal Integrity; THUS rejecting Ron Malone's Vote for Revenge to re-define the role of our current board members' reform minded Vision of our 21st Century Education for our Children's Future.
Mr. Malone, will you please go now?
It's for our school children, our teachers, our parents, our 2014 Leadership TEAM of board members and school district leaders, and our community of taxpayers.
When our school board members and our school district leaders combine common sense spending with the strong performance of our schools,
increased OPPORTUNITIES are provided for
EVERY ONE -- Our Students, Teachers, Families,
and Our Community!
Let's stay the course with the progress made in the last two years; and Welcome Aboard in 2014
new board representatives WHO Welcome the Opportunity to Serve ALL our School Children and ALL our Springboro families and Taxpaying Homeowners.
There is NO place in our board room for elected officials ONLY representing Eductors and promoting ONLY solidarity from within the school community of union employees.
Mr. Malone, Will You Please Go Now?
Mr. Malone was elected by the community.

WILL YOU PLEASE GO NOW!!!!

LOL
stinky

Dayton, OH

#29154 Nov 14, 2013
Seriously wrote:
<quoted text>
Let's look at these high ranking schools in another way:
Total Exp. per pupil Exp. per pupil(inst.)
King’s #23,$10,458 $5,826
Mason #35,$10,125 $5,637
Bellbrook#37,$10,125 $5,637
Brookville #41,$9,379 $4,728
Lebanon #48,$8,059 $4,361
Centerville #49,$11,086 $6,727
Waynesville #53,$8,274 $4,756
Monroe #90,$8,778 $4,843
Springboro #97.$7,926 $4,470
Maybe funding levels matter. These expenditure levels are from the State of Ohio Dept. of Education for 2011. And before comparisons to Lebanon are made, Lebanon passed a levy for additional money in 2011 and they also passed a levy in 2013.
America spends more money on education than almost any country in the world, and where does that get America, ohhhh... 23rd in the world. Throwing money at the problem does not solve the problem.
Upward Tornado

Miamisburg, OH

#29155 Nov 14, 2013
Seriously wrote:
<quoted text>
Let's look at these high ranking schools in another way:
Total Exp. per pupil Exp. per pupil(inst.)
King’s #23,$10,458 $5,826
Mason #35,$10,125 $5,637
Bellbrook#37,$10,125 $5,637
Brookville #41,$9,379 $4,728
Lebanon #48,$8,059 $4,361
Centerville #49,$11,086 $6,727
Waynesville #53,$8,274 $4,756
Monroe #90,$8,778 $4,843
Springboro #97.$7,926 $4,470
Maybe funding levels matter. These expenditure levels are from the State of Ohio Dept. of Education for 2011. And before comparisons to Lebanon are made, Lebanon passed a levy for additional money in 2011 and they also passed a levy in 2013.
Then again, maybe funding levels don't matter. Consider that the District of Columbia spends almost $30,000/per year per student (yes, you read that correctly...$30K per year). They are among the worst in the entire US. How's that extra funding working out for their ranking?
No debate means No choice

Dayton, OH

#29156 Nov 14, 2013
Upward Tornado wrote:
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Then again, maybe funding levels don't matter. Consider that the District of Columbia spends almost $30,000/per year per student (yes, you read that correctly...$30K per year). They are among the worst in the entire US. How's that extra funding working out for their ranking?
Ask Kings, Mason and Bellbrook.

How many foreign students are in DC? What about students under the poverty level? How about special needs students?

It amazes me that the tea party supporters are all about capitalism and yet do an about face when it's their pocket the money comes from. The right for each of us to make as much as we possibly can, as long as you're not in the public sector. If a group of teachers produce better students, then they should demand top-dollar. By that logic you "get what you pay for". The more you spend, the better the product.

I often remind my friends when they complain of high gas prices that it's just capitalism working at it's finest. Every Republican should be hoping for $5.00 a gallon gas.

Therefore if you want the best teachers, PAY FOR THEM.
No debate means No choice

Dayton, OH

#29157 Nov 14, 2013
stinky wrote:
<quoted text>
America spends more money on education than almost any country in the world, and where does that get America, ohhhh... 23rd in the world. Throwing money at the problem does not solve the problem.
Tell that to the Koch brothers! I think politicians don't agree with you.
spin doctor

Springboro, OH

#29158 Nov 14, 2013
No debate means No choice wrote:
<quoted text>
Ask Kings, Mason and Bellbrook.
How many foreign students are in DC? What about students under the poverty level? How about special needs students?
It amazes me that the tea party supporters are all about capitalism and yet do an about face when it's their pocket the money comes from. The right for each of us to make as much as we possibly can, as long as you're not in the public sector. If a group of teachers produce better students, then they should demand top-dollar. By that logic you "get what you pay for". The more you spend, the better the product.
I often remind my friends when they complain of high gas prices that it's just capitalism working at it's finest. Every Republican should be hoping for $5.00 a gallon gas.
Therefore if you want the best teachers, PAY FOR THEM.
Yes amazing how people love to compare ourselves to surrounding communities test scores and such...but as soon as you bring up the argument that they spend more than us and pass more levies...oh no! You can't throw more money at the issue!!!!(And not saying I think you need to throw more money at any issue), just saying, you can't have it both ways. If you are going to compare us...you need to compare EVERYTHING in total.
Not so much

Springfield, OH

#29159 Nov 14, 2013
The Record Speaks wrote:
<quoted text>
Sorry No Can Do in Five sentences or fewer; although it is proven that our Blah blah blah Community on this blog can answer all things with only one repetitive sentence, same old mantra even after providing every employee with raises: This board does not respect teachers.
In Ron Malone/Scott Maney language that simply means:
Let's tear down the progress made in the last two years;
and use our children's first budgeting school tax dollars to
put the re-emphasis on the Adult school employees FIRST;
leaving behind our school district's plans to invest millions in technology, curriculum, buildings, and buses.
As to Mr. Malone's belief of offering low level classes;
everything that I know about that I learned in the:
HSTW Ohio Regions Technical Assistance Visit Report
Springboro High School, Springboro, Ohio
December 14-15, 2010
This is a 33 page report and is a Public Records which is available to any school district citizen, including Not So Much,
who is interested in doing their own research and learning
how 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; AND how Ron Malone chose to use those gifts is revealed in the public records reports of HIS professional peer reviewers, HIS superiors, and his own public pronouncements.
Doing your own research means Never having to demand that others do it for you .. in five sentences or less. It is proven to me that it takes 33 pages; In addition to the lengthy 2010 Warren County Education Service Center Audit Report On SHS Program of Studies.... to prove to me 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.
There is no place for Mr. Malone's abusive leadership style in our board room. If Mr. Malone really cares about the future of our Students 21st Century Education and Quality Classroom Teachers for ALL students, then Mr. Malone will abort his evil plan to tear down the progress that our current board and new school superintendent and staff have made in the past two years;
and Stand Up for Students First by Stepping Down from active leadership in our schools and community.
After 41 years of PAST educational experience, it really is
time for Mr. Malone to go.
It's available to all, including, Not So Much, to engage in their own research, instead of sd b
I LOVE to research! I was hoping you could, for once, consolidate your thoughts and remove superfluous verbiage. Of course you can't answer my question because there is no legitimate reason why a school should not have lower-level classes. Did you know that there are some kids in Springboro who aren't sure If there electric will be on when they get home? They could care less what a gerund phrase is - they need "survival" language arts, not honors. Don't you care about these kids? They have no aspirations to go to college, and THERE IS NOTHING WRONG WITH THAT. They need the lower level courses to help them prepare for the workplace. Why do you think we shouldn't have classes for them?

A point you keep missing is that most of the community does not see what the board has done over the last few years as "progress." Quite the contrary. You can rattle off as many accomplishments as you want, but none of it matters as much as the divisiveness they created. If the community liked what the current board was doing Bitner and Vaughn would have been elected
spin doctor

Springboro, OH

#29160 Nov 14, 2013
Upward Tornado wrote:
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Then again, maybe funding levels don't matter. Consider that the District of Columbia spends almost $30,000/per year per student (yes, you read that correctly...$30K per year). They are among the worst in the entire US. How's that extra funding working out for their ranking?
And as a previous poster remarked - ever consider socio-economics might just happen to come into play for education? And their cost of living is much higher in DC, so obviously they will pay more for education, but maybe not have the best of results because of the actual students and their familial backgrounds, homelife, etc. Certainly kids can escape their "backgrounds" and we need to celebrate those victories and figure out how to do it for everyone, but socio-economic factors can effect education to a degree.
spin doctor

Springboro, OH

#29161 Nov 14, 2013
Not so much wrote:
<quoted text>
I LOVE to research! I was hoping you could, for once, consolidate your thoughts and remove superfluous verbiage. Of course you can't answer my question because there is no legitimate reason why a school should not have lower-level classes. Did you know that there are some kids in Springboro who aren't sure If there electric will be on when they get home? They could care less what a gerund phrase is - they need "survival" language arts, not honors. Don't you care about these kids? They have no aspirations to go to college, and THERE IS NOTHING WRONG WITH THAT. They need the lower level courses to help them prepare for the workplace. Why do you think we shouldn't have classes for them?
A point you keep missing is that most of the community does not see what the board has done over the last few years as "progress." Quite the contrary. You can rattle off as many accomplishments as you want, but none of it matters as much as the divisiveness they created. If the community liked what the current board was doing Bitner and Vaughn would have been elected
Not everyone was meant to go to college. And there is nothing wrong with that!!!!! Manufacturing businesses are dying for highly skilled "manual labor" that pays top dollar. Unfortunately, our schools are so geared towards sending kids to college that these manufacturing businesses, which really are the backbone of our society, are losing ground because they can't find workers. Is working for these clean manufacturing businesses, making $20 an hour with no college education, a bad thing? Wonder why production is being shipped to Mexico and China? Partially because of wage rates over there, but partially because the businesses can't find skilled workers here, because we aren't really training them.
Not so much

Springfield, OH

#29162 Nov 14, 2013
Doug Wiedeman wrote:
<quoted text>
Springboro DOES NOT score quite well on these tests as is evidenced by the previous four years of tests results.
7th Grade OAA Math results
Year test taken.....2009-2010.....2010-2 011.....2011 - 2012.....2012 - 2013
(% Correct on Test.......... of students in each scoring band each year)
93% and above ........2..........9.......... 1..........1
85%- 92%......... 28..........25..........36.... ......34
75%- 84%......... 79..........60..........56.... ...... 77
64%- 74%......... 93..........79.......... 79.......... 108
63% and below........228..........239. ......... 211.......... 282
Pass/Fail..........114/429.... .....87/402..........101/391.. ........112/502
% Scoring 75% or >..26.50%.........21.60%... ......25.80%.........22.30%
The fact of the matter is that over the past four years, less than 1 in 4 of our children are able to score at least 75% on a basic math assessment test. These results are indicative of the level of education we are providing.
This is simply unacceptable given the quality of students, parents, teachers, administrators, and infrastructure we enjoy in this community.
Anyone who can look you square in the eye and tell you these results are good must think you are incredibly stupid and will believe anything they tell you.
Those who purport this as success do a disservice to all involved.
The TEST is unacceptable. Springboro scores quite well in comparison to other similar districts and considering the flaws of the test. In another district those same students would perform far worse on the test. However, you are citing numbers under Ms. Cook. Considering those numbers, it's clear that the stellar leadership of Ron Malone at the high school helped improve those kids' scores by the time they got to his school. Kudos to Ron Malone! Gee, maybe he should be on the school board or something...oh wait...he IS. And that's SUPER!
Motovoter

Cincinnati, OH

#29163 Nov 14, 2013
So just saw that the best supporter of the current school board, the self-styled “Sönny” Thomas will be hosting a Jew-hating event at the high school on November 18. All couched in “End the Fed” nonsense. Is Springboro High School now a forum for anti-Semitism?
Upward Tornado

Miamisburg, OH

#29164 Nov 14, 2013
spin doctor wrote:
<quoted text>
And as a previous poster remarked - ever consider socio-economics might just happen to come into play for education?
Sure. That requires spending $30K/year?
spin doctor wrote:
And their cost of living is much higher in DC, so obviously they will pay more for education, but maybe not have the best of results because of the actual students and their familial backgrounds, homelife, etc.
Absolutely, higher cost of liveing explains some of the disparity. But, four to five times the disparity and without results? If you are going to blame family life, background, etc. then there is no amount of money that government can spend to create success.
spin doctor wrote:
Certainly kids can escape their "backgrounds" and we need to celebrate those victories and figure out how to do it for everyone, but socio-economic factors can effect education to a degree.
Sure, to a degree. But, it's clear that the money spent in DC is not having the desired effect. Think it ever occurred to the powers that me that maybe,just maybe, they ought to look elsewhere than more money for the solution?

Since: Dec 09

Location hidden

#29165 Nov 14, 2013
The theme on this board recently is seemingly drifting towards spending more money on a sputtering education system. Oh boy, here comes the levies...AGAIN. Told ya so.
Seriously Laughable Ron

Springfield, OH

#29166 Nov 14, 2013
No debate means No choice wrote:
<quoted text>
Mr. Malone was elected by the community.
WILL YOU PLEASE GO NOW!!!!
LOL
Dr. Kelly Kohls was also elected by the community in November 2009, but the union activists refused to recognize the People's Voice in a free election and the union activists refused to show Professional Respect for Dr. Kohls, who, btw, recieved the highest number of votes in November 2009, BY THE COMMUNITY.

Mr. David Petroni and Mr. Jim Rigano won their hard-fought battle for school board election in November 2011, receiving the most votes in first and second place among the six candidates on the ballot, four of whom were supported by the Union.
Again the union activists refused to recognize the People's Voice in a free election and the union activists refused to show Professional Respect for Mr. David Petroni and Mr. Jim Rigano.

It is no laughing matter that Mr. Malone, who only received 5673 (or 25.9%) votes on November 5th, only 2nd in popularity, is now
stating in the Star Press that some of his goals while working on the board are to restore people's confidence and trust in the school board and to make sure student's educational needs are met, such as special needs and advanced students in a way that is fiscally responsible.

Mr. Malone, YOU ARE SERIOUSLY LAUGHABLE! Are you trying to tell us that you were only "awakened" on November 5th, to the fact that you are Now back in the time of March 2012, and "being re-instated" by the March 2012 board president, Scott Anderson, to get back to "business as usual".... running our school district the same way that you ran our high school...like a union shop, making up classes with scant demand to ensure employment for those whose skills were not in demand...?

Take a look at the FACTS of your PAST LEADERSHIP when you could have done the things that you now say our current board and new school district leadership has not done, For Example:

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.

... and there's lots more proof of Mr. Malone's lazy minded status quo leadership as a SHS principal, which proves to this community of taxpayers that Mr. Malone who has been a high school princiPAL was not FIT professional educator; and winning Number Two in the November 5th popularity contest does not prove Mr. Malone to be a FIT board representative who now, says he is "grateful" to the community that they have TRUST in himself....

Get Real Malone! Will you please go home now?
... the Springboro "union shop" went out of business on
June 30, 2013.

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