The real question is how could anyone in this town trust anything that Wardynski, McCaulley, Blair, or Robinson say to us in the future?
This is just one more example of this board and superintendent doing exactly what they want to do in the way they want to do it without community input.
Standardizing education shows you don't understand it. Education must be differentiated not standardized like golf balls.
Despite what the Times claims, there hasn't been a single mention of rezoning at a public meeting of the board in two years.
The attempt to hide the discussion of the new Grissom site was the act of cowards who know they aren't acting in the best interests of our children.
The decision to move Grissom High to a new location had been made at least as early as September 28, 2012.
Every day we lose another lifetime of experience and expertise to Wardynski's inept handling of our district. This is the change he has brought.
Education's goal isn't to increase profits. Its goal is to encourage children to ask questions about the world in which we live.