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Reject Forced Unionism

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According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Ohio can no longer AFFORD the luxury of public sector collective bargaining. From 2000 to today, Ohio's private sector has lost a net of 612,700 jobs. That means there are over 600,000 fewer workers whose activities generated tax revenues to fund government. During that same period of time, Ohio lost a net of only 1,600 government jobs. That means 613,000 fewer workers today are paying for
roughly the same size government Ohio had ten years ago in terms of employees. From January 1990 to February 2011, Ohio netted a mere 102,000 private sector jobs and 62,100 government.

Even our status quo tunnel vision liberals on the left should be able to see that our Humpty Dumpty top heavy union government
is headed for a great big fall; and guess who gets hurt the
most? With collective bargainin, schools facing fiscal emergencies must cut programs and staff, which only hurts children and younger, BUT POTENTIALLY BETTER, teachers!

With collective bargaining, the state must cut programs serving the poor and middle class, the group of Ohioans already hit hardest by the economic, mayors must cut staffing levels, which undermine our public safety and the careers of young officers and firefighters.

And what is the same old tired solution to these never ending financial woes of collective bargaining kind? You betcha there is
just one solution on the minds of our pro-union levy lovers:
Raise taxes on businesses and rich Ohioans. Ohio already has the seventh highest state and local tax burden and Ohio homewoners already have an average of twenty-five levies on their property.

Does any reasonable, common sense person really believe that higher taxes and more levies will restore our lost prosperity?
In homes across Ohio, reduced incomes mean spending CUTS!
Why should government be any different?

IT DOESN'T TAKE MORE MONEY; IT TAKES ACCOUNTABLE.
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Waste Watchers wrote:
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It doesn't take more money; It takes more accountability.
Mr. Malone reluctantly resisted accountability to his boss, Mr. Lolli, and ignored recommendations that could have raised the bar
for our students, and "it's all Malone's fault" that district and taxpayer resources were wasted, along with lost opportunity of individual higher academic achievement.
Public records (which are availabe to the public upon request)
prove that Malone's poor job performance is most definitely
"all Malone's fault." Whose else could it be?
Let's look at Today and the Future with new optomism that
Mr. Malone can be led, by example of the other board members,
to utilize his abilities putting students first while maintaining fiscal integrity. It doesn't take more money; It takes more
accountability.
The time has now come for Mr. Malone (and his campaign supporters) to leave behind the status quo failed practices of his PAST, running our SHS like a union shop, misallocaitng district and taxpayer resources. As just one member of a professional TEAM, can Mr. Malone get on board with our current board's reform minded vision for our children's 21st century education; OR will he continue behaving as a school yard bully out for revenge,pretending to be the "Victim", demanding constant attention of praise and worship for himself, as the insanely popular Ron Malone, who once was a high school princiPAL?
What a waste of 41 years of experience is that?
You aren't addressing what I said at all. What resources did Dr. Malone "rob"?
No debate means No choice

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Reject Forced Unionism wrote:
IT TAKES ACCOUNTABLE.
IT TAKES A VILLAGE!
Say It Again

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Glass Houses wrote:
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You aren't addressing what I said at all. What resources did Dr. Malone "rob"?
And "Glass Houses" aren't addressing what "Waste Watchers" said
at all:

It doesn't take more money; It takes more accountability.
Mr. Malone reluctantly resisted accountability to his boss, Mr. Lolli, and ignored recommendations that could have raised the bar
for our students, and "it's all Malone's fault" that district and taxpayer resources were wasted, along with lost opportunity of individual higher academic achievement.
Public records (which are availabe to the public upon request)
prove that Malone's poor job performance is most definitely
"all Malone's fault." Whose else could it be?
Let's look at Today and the Future with new optomism that
Mr. Malone can be led, by example of the other board members,
to utilize his abilities putting students first while maintaining fiscal integrity. It doesn't take more money; It takes more
accountability.
The time has now come for Mr. Malone (and his campaign supporters) to leave behind the status quo failed practices of his PAST, running our SHS like a union shop, misallocaitng district and taxpayer resources. As just one member of a professional TEAM, can Mr. Malone get on board with our current board's reform minded vision for our children's 21st century education; OR will he continue behaving as a school yard bully out for revenge,pretending to be the "Victim", demanding constant attention of praise and worship for himself, as the insanely popular Ron Malone, who once was a high school princiPAL?
What a waste of 41 years of experience is that?
Springboro Forum

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I'm just glad that the voters of Springboro gave Malone, Stuckey, and Anderson an overwhelming mandate to change the awful status quo that has been coming from the current Board.

The high school was very well run in the past. The number of scholarships going through that school is amazing and the kids are taught well. The voters recognized that and want it to continue.

Unfortunately, the current Board sacked Malone. Now WE THE PEOPLE have spoken, knowing Malone's great track record, and have given him, Stuckey, and Anderson an overwhelming mandate.

At the ballot box, we said that we wanted to get rid of the current Board's terrible policies. We especially want to get rid of their careless budgeting which never fit the fiscal reality, only their desired outcome.
Inquiring Minds

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No debate means No choice wrote:
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IT TAKES A VILLAGE!
Isn't this It Takes a Village statement taken from an old
African proverb meaning it takes generations of extended family
members to raise a child? I believe Hillary Clinton took this one statement "It Takes A Village" out of context in a political speech some years ago, and our liberal friends have been
severely misled in believing that "the village" means that it takes a school government of Forced Unionism to educate a child.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In the United States, the meaning of "village" varies by geographic area and legal jurisdiction. In many areas, "village" is a term, sometimes informal, for a type of administrative division at the local government level. Since the Tenth Amendment to the United States Constitution makes local government for the most part a matter for the states rather than the federal government, the states are free to have political subdivisions called "villages," or not to do so, and to define the word in many different ways. Typically, a village is a type of municipality, although it can also be a special district or an unincorporated area. It may or may not be recognized for governmental purposes.
Informal usage[edit]
In informal usage, a U.S. village may be simply a relatively small clustered human settlement without formal legal existence.
In colonial New England, a villages typically formed around the meetinghouses that was located in the center of each town.[1] Many of these colonial settlements still exist as town centers. With the advent of the Industrial Revolution, industrial villages also sprang up around water-powered mills, mines, and factories.[1] Because most New England villages were contained within the boundaries of legally established towns, many such villages were never separately incorporated as municipalities.
A relatively small unincorporated community, similar to a hamlet in New York state, or even a relatively small community within an incorporated city or town, may be termed a village. This informal usage may be found even in states that have villages as an incorporated municipality and is similar to the usage of the term "unincorporated town" in states having town governments.
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Say It Again wrote:
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And "Glass Houses" aren't addressing what "Waste Watchers" said
at all:
It doesn't take more money; It takes more accountability.
Mr. Malone reluctantly resisted accountability to his boss, Mr. Lolli, and ignored recommendations that could have raised the bar
for our students, and "it's all Malone's fault" that district and taxpayer resources were wasted, along with lost opportunity of individual higher academic achievement.
Public records (which are availabe to the public upon request)
prove that Malone's poor job performance is most definitely
"all Malone's fault." Whose else could it be?
Let's look at Today and the Future with new optomism that
Mr. Malone can be led, by example of the other board members,
to utilize his abilities putting students first while maintaining fiscal integrity. It doesn't take more money; It takes more
accountability.
The time has now come for Mr. Malone (and his campaign supporters) to leave behind the status quo failed practices of his PAST, running our SHS like a union shop, misallocaitng district and taxpayer resources. As just one member of a professional TEAM, can Mr. Malone get on board with our current board's reform minded vision for our children's 21st century education; OR will he continue behaving as a school yard bully out for revenge,pretending to be the "Victim", demanding constant attention of praise and worship for himself, as the insanely popular Ron Malone, who once was a high school princiPAL?
What a waste of 41 years of experience is that?
What resources did Dr. Malone "rob"?
School District Voter

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Glass Houses wrote:
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You aren't addressing what I said at all. What resources did Dr. Malone "rob"?
I found the answer to your question on the Educate Springboro
website. You can learn more about Educate Springboro, and putting Children First toward a better future for our schools, by visiting the website: educatespringboro.org

Educate Springboro is a group dedicated to providing accurate information, as well as advocacy, for fiscal responsibility plus
innovation in our schools and local government.

Fresh ideas have allowed our district to sustain itself in an uncertain economy with NO NEW MONEY required. Hooray for Us!

We will continue to challenge the status quo where need be... and that is a good thing for our Children, our Community, and Toward
a better future for our schools!

...come grow with us in the direction of greater opportunity for
raising the bar for ALL students AND teachers!
HOORAY FOR US! new w
Glass Houses

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Inquiring Minds wrote:
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Isn't this It Takes a Village statement taken from an old
African proverb meaning it takes generations of extended family
members to raise a child? I believe Hillary Clinton took this one statement "It Takes A Village" out of context in a political speech some years ago, and our liberal friends have been
severely misled in believing that "the village" means that it takes a school government of Forced Unionism to educate a child.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In the United States, the meaning of "village" varies by geographic area and legal jurisdiction. In many areas, "village" is a term, sometimes informal, for a type of administrative division at the local government level. Since the Tenth Amendment to the United States Constitution makes local government for the most part a matter for the states rather than the federal government, the states are free to have political subdivisions called "villages," or not to do so, and to define the word in many different ways. Typically, a village is a type of municipality, although it can also be a special district or an unincorporated area. It may or may not be recognized for governmental purposes.
Informal usage[edit]
In informal usage, a U.S. village may be simply a relatively small clustered human settlement without formal legal existence.
In colonial New England, a villages typically formed around the meetinghouses that was located in the center of each town.[1] Many of these colonial settlements still exist as town centers. With the advent of the Industrial Revolution, industrial villages also sprang up around water-powered mills, mines, and factories.[1] Because most New England villages were contained within the boundaries of legally established towns, many such villages were never separately incorporated as municipalities.
A relatively small unincorporated community, similar to a hamlet in New York state, or even a relatively small community within an incorporated city or town, may be termed a village. This informal usage may be found even in states that have villages as an incorporated municipality and is similar to the usage of the term "unincorporated town" in states having town governments.
Thanks for the copy and paste from Wikipedia. It was so interesting!(Not at all.)

You are incorrect as usual. The origin of the proverb is unknown. Some believe it to be an African proverb, others Native American, but there is no evidence so who knows. The context you provide is also incorrect. In all accepted academic interpretations, it means exactly what everyone, including Hillary Clinton (make no mistake, I am NOT a fan of hers) assumes it means.(I find it hilarious that you would profess to know what they meant long ago in Africa even though know one knows where the saying originated...but somehow YOU know.)

Why must you continually randomly state things as fact when you're just making it up? Is this how you get through your life? Creating your own little truths? I was going to say that it must be such a sad existence, but since you're oblivious to any actual facts, I suppose for you ignorance truly is bliss.

Fortunately for Springboro, our school board is no longer being run by people who make things up. Whew!
School District Voter

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Glass Houses wrote:
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What resources did Dr. Malone "rob"?
I found the answer to your question on the Educate Springboro
website. You can learn more about Educate Springboro, and putting Children First toward a better future for our schools, by visiting the website: educatespringboro.org

Educate Springboro is a group dedicated to providing accurate information, as well as advocacy, for fiscal responsibility plus
innovation in our schools and local government.

Fresh ideas have allowed our district to sustain itself in an uncertain economy with NO NEW MONEY required. Hooray for Us!

We will continue to challenge the status quo where need be... and that is a good thing for our Children, our Community, and Toward
a better future for our schools!

...come grow with us in the direction of greater opportunity for
raising the bar for ALL students AND teachers!
HOORAY FOR US!

WE BELIEVE in order to deliver the highest level of educatin we must raise the bar well past the state minimums and strive to challenge our children, parents, and staff to reach higher. We can and must do better, our childrn's future depends on our actions today!
No More Status Quo

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However, today we can see just how far out of balance we actually were under the previous leadership. Some of the imbalances of the past include:
Capping high school class sizes in the 20s, while other grades who most need teacher attention, had larger class sizes (often up to 30).
Teaching the majority to meet the proficient standard (proficient is a OAA test score in 8th grade >40), while our district receives a D in gifted education and a C for our more challenged, lowest 20%.
Ignoring the changing curriculum and testing standards for students.
Charging higher pay-to-play and school fees than were necessary.
Failing to plan for technology in our classrooms and then spending resources on wireless technology that was inadequate and required replacement.
Ignoring recommendations to improve the rigor of our high school academic programs by failing to promote college credit options for our students.
Reacting to circumstances and spending more than budgeted instead of planning to invest and keeping up our buildings, grounds and bus fleet.
Assuming the only solution was higher taxes and hoping for a new levy to pass.
These are symptoms of the status quo controlling a school district that lost its balance.

Look at Today and the Future... Visit the website and learn more at educatespringboro.org educatesprin t
No More Status Quo

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However, today we can see just how far out of balance we actually were under the previous leadership. Some of the imbalances of the past include:
Capping high school class sizes in the 20s, while other grades who most need teacher attention, had larger class sizes (often up to 30).
Teaching the majority to meet the proficient standard (proficient is a OAA test score in 8th grade >40), while our district receives a D in gifted education and a C for our more challenged, lowest 20%.
Ignoring the changing curriculum and testing standards for students.
Charging higher pay-to-play and school fees than were necessary.
Failing to plan for technology in our classrooms and then spending resources on wireless technology that was inadequate and required replacement.
Ignoring recommendations to improve the rigor of our high school academic programs by failing to promote college credit options for our students.
Reacting to circumstances and spending more than budgeted instead of planning to invest and keeping up our buildings, grounds and bus fleet.
Assuming the only solution was higher taxes and hoping for a new levy to pass.
These are symptoms of the status quo controlling a school district that lost its balance.

Look at Today and the Future... Visit the website and learn more at educatespringboro.org
Stay Alert Voters

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Glass Houses wrote:
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Fortunately for Springboro, our school board is no longer being run by people who make things up. Whew!
This is typical Symbolism of the empty shell of victory over
Kohls, Petroni, and Rigano that the blah blah blah union activists for Ron Malone are now claiming, with no Substance whatsoever, since neither Kohls, Petroni, nor Rigano were running for school board election!

I have heard it said many times that F-E-A-R of Change is Mr. Malone's only Strong agenda; and since March 2012, our weak-minded board member-elect, Ron Malone, has lead a SELF-INTEREST F-E-A-R campaign AGAINST our school district's much needed Children's First Budgeting Vision of R-E-F-O-R-M!

It is Mr. Malone's Strong Resistance and Refusal to CHANGE his status quo leadership ways of the Year 2000, that formed his "put it back the way it was" protests of "re-instate Ron Malone in March 2012", against our current board members good leadership; spreading F-E-A-R (False Evidence Appearing Real)
demonizing, discrediting, distorting, and telling lies about
our reform minded BOE representatives, Dr. Kohls, Mr. Rigano,
and Mr. Petroni.

As the man who led our school district as high school principal for 13 years, Ron Malone held a special place of turst, authority, and influence in our community. The truth of 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, proves to community taxpayers 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 grater need in the district. Those who suffered the most were the gifted and those in need of early intervention.

Stay Alert Voters and Make YOUR Presence Known in the board
room evaluating each Performance of Mr. Malone, as only ONE
Voice, among FIVE individual Voices, in the Board Room.
Early Intervention of concerned taxpayers in the board room
is the best prescription for the ailing "union first" leadership woes of the good old status quo, Dr. Malone (who has been a
SHS princiPAL for 13 years and NOW has a proven record of
poor job performance, failing to put ALL our students highest academic achievement FIRST, on his list of needed "things to do."

It takes a lot more ABILITY for Mr. Malone to serve our school community and community of taxpaying constituents as an elected official of the Board of Education than Mr. Malone "UTILIZED"
in running our SHS like a union shop. And Mr. Malone will be
under the scrutiny and accountable to ALL community taxpayers
in the board room.
Spread the Great News

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No debate means No choice wrote:
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IT TAKES A VILLAGE!
It takes ALL of our Board representatives working together as
ONE Professional Team PLUS our school district employee PLUS
our community as a whole, working together in the direction of fair and balanced, putting our Students First while maintaining
fiscal integrity, within the guidelines of our successful Children's First Budgeting framework, with NO NEW TAXES!

Our current board members (including our board budget/finance
committee members, David Petroni and Jim Rigano) have made absolutely amazingly awesome accomplishments in the past two years.... We Are On Our Way....

and with the addition of school board members-elect, getting on board with our school district's NEW reform-minded VISION for
our children's 21st century quality education, the future of
our schools and community look brighter for 2014!

Come Grow With Us... in the direction of Balance
visit the website: educate springboro.org and learn
how each one of us can get on board supporting
our school district's progress and celebrate our success!
Upward Tornado

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Springboro Forum wrote:
I'm just glad that the voters of Springboro gave Malone, Stuckey, and Anderson an overwhelming mandate to change the awful status quo that has been coming from the current Board.
The high school was very well run in the past. The number of scholarships going through that school is amazing and the kids are taught well. The voters recognized that and want it to continue.
Unfortunately, the current Board sacked Malone. Now WE THE PEOPLE have spoken, knowing Malone's great track record, and have given him, Stuckey, and Anderson an overwhelming mandate.
At the ballot box, we said that we wanted to get rid of the current Board's terrible policies. We especially want to get rid of their careless budgeting which never fit the fiscal reality, only their desired outcome.
You consider running deficits, instituting pay to play, running classes out of trailers, cutting busing, etc. well run?
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Just observing wrote:
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No the abuse of us and our kids started with the legalization of plunder in about 1983. Legalization of public unions is the year when we all got robbed of our rights and the communists took the reigns. Since this time, our education system has been in decline, teachers were convinced they were overworked and underpaid and they were our savior. This is when this teachers union became militants with the nonstop campaign to take our children and make them into solider against Christianity, capitalism, the constitution and liberty. I picture the people I saw again last night at the school board meeting. The same cast of characters full offensive mode linebacker, militant, left wing radical housewives of Springboro. I saw them meeting after the meeting to create the media show yet again embarrassing us all by their political agenda. Who are these people? Where did they come from and what is their motivation? I hate the thought of any of them teaching or even contacting my kids in this public school.
I am more afraid than I am anything else. BTW who drives the big black SUV Cadillac? I half expected her to hit someone, what an angry person. Our seniors that attend these meetings should be escorted out.
That black SUV belongs to the queen of darkness...sarah jobe.
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the decider wrote:
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That black SUV belongs to the queen of darkness...sarah jobe.
WOW! Why Oh Why.... Sarah Jobe?

WHY not Read the beautiful things said about you in the
Good Book Of Psalm 139 and Let the Light of Our Heavenly Father's love warm your cold dark mind of tunnel vision...

May God Bless You and Your Family.
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WOW wrote:
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WOW! Why Oh Why.... Sarah Jobe?
WHY not Read the beautiful things said about you in the
Good Book Of Psalm 139 and Let the Light of Our Heavenly Father's love warm your cold dark mind of tunnel vision...
May God Bless You and Your Family.
bless ?..more like a cross and a wooden stake.
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School District Voter wrote:
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I found the answer to your question on the Educate Springboro
website. You can learn more about Educate Springboro, and putting Children First toward a better future for our schools, by visiting the website: educatespringboro.org
Educate Springboro is a group dedicated to providing accurate information, as well as advocacy, for fiscal responsibility plus
innovation in our schools and local government.
Fresh ideas have allowed our district to sustain itself in an uncertain economy with NO NEW MONEY required. Hooray for Us!
We will continue to challenge the status quo where need be... and that is a good thing for our Children, our Community, and Toward
a better future for our schools!
...come grow with us in the direction of greater opportunity for
raising the bar for ALL students AND teachers!
HOORAY FOR US! new w
I did not find the answer to "What resources did Dr. Malone rob" on that website. If you're referring to class size, I would agree that lower grade levels need smaller classes. He did not, however, steal an elementary teacher and bring her up to the high school. He had a certain number of teachers to utilize, and he did this in such a way as to provide my kids with the best possible high school education. Kudos to him! Now again, if the elementary schools needed lower numbers, then it would be up to the school board to make that happen. The SCHOOL BOARD is what has made elementary numbers high, not Ron Malone. Based on what you're saying, it sounds like we need more elementary teachers to ease the numbers which has nothing to do with Malone. So if we, according to you, need more elementary teachers, then why did the board reduce the renewal amount, making this impossible? Sounds like another SCHOOL BOARD FAIL!
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School District Voter wrote:
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I found the answer to your question on the Educate Springboro
website. You can learn more about Educate Springboro, and putting Children First toward a better future for our schools, by visiting the website: educatespringboro.org
Educate Springboro is a group dedicated to providing accurate information, as well as advocacy, for fiscal responsibility plus
innovation in our schools and local government.
Fresh ideas have allowed our district to sustain itself in an uncertain economy with NO NEW MONEY required. Hooray for Us!
We will continue to challenge the status quo where need be... and that is a good thing for our Children, our Community, and Toward
a better future for our schools!
...come grow with us in the direction of greater opportunity for
raising the bar for ALL students AND teachers!
HOORAY FOR US! new w
I think by going to the educate Springboro website today, I doubled their traffic for the month of November.

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