Lancaster school bond issue officiall...

Lancaster school bond issue officially passes by 40 votes

There are 2 comments on the LancasterEagleGazette story from Mar 23, 2012, titled Lancaster school bond issue officially passes by 40 votes. In it, LancasterEagleGazette reports that:

Kayleana Hill, 5, and her grandfather, Earl Price, walk Thursday afternoon out of Medill Elementary School on James Road in Lancaster.

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Gunner

Lancaster, OH

#2 Mar 25, 2012
Im glad they finaly passed their levy. Now maybe they will Hire new employee's and replace some of the present ones that,are unquilified to work in any education system ! Maybe now they can get on with the business of following the equal education laws and provide the proper education for all children, including the special needs children! I doubt that any of their levy money(our tax dollars) will be used to improve their staff or the way they educate, but im sure they will build lots of new beutiful buildings to show off.
Gunner

Lancaster, OH

#3 Mar 25, 2012
Spooktackular wrote:
40 votes and now the land owners get screwed without the courtesy of lube or a reach around.
I agree w/ you, completly ! lsd is the lamest school district i have ever experianced. Its all about them looking "pretty". Dig down into their system, and you will find corruption,incompetancy, unquilified staff and bullying of parents. The school in the picture is a good place to start looking.

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