dawood (Dale Woodyard)

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Supporters say growth necessitates bond issue

Doesn't it bother you that the district did not get it right then (2004) and this issue may be wrong as well? We pay a high tax in this town. Don't you want to know if there are other plans or ideas that may work to solve the problem, hold District officials accountable, and cost less?1. Why then were the issues you spoke of, not added to the last bond issue? (i.e. the ramps for disabled kids) That could be a quick and easy fix, but administrators have not made it a priority. I do not believe that the administrators and other officials truly have the best interest of the children at heart. My child no longer attends Tonganoxie USD 464 because administration and staff have not been willing to employ the solutions that were put forth nor willing to learn how to handle the student or the diagnosis.
There is nothing wrong with looking at other possible solutions. Jumping into this without looking at other possibilities my bite us like the last one did.

March 13, 2011 at 9:12 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Supporters say growth necessitates bond issue

Why then were the issues you spoke of, not added to the last bond issue? (i.e. the ramps for disabled kids) That could be a quick and easy fix, but administrators have not made it a priority. I do not believe that the administrators and other officials truly have the best interest of the children at heart. My child no longer attends Tonganoxie USD 464 because administration and staff have not been willing to employ the solutions that were put forth nor willing to learn how to handle the student or the diagnosis.

There is nothing wrong with looking at other possible solutions. Jumping into this without looking at other possibilities my bite us like the last one did.

March 13, 2011 at 8:52 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

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