With the OmniFund Initiative, the district is planning to charge a 7.5% administrative fee on every donation to ensure equity.
Wardynski can expend $615,000 without board approval. He has to date exceeded that amount by $217,194.51. He is in violation of Board Policy 3.9.3.
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.
Dr. Wardynski would do well to actually read policy on occasion because violating board policy and grade changing does actually have ethical implications.
It's time to return this new tech to the schools and leave them there. Just make sure that you ask for a receipt when you do.
Seven days after 26 people were killed at Sandy Hook Elementary school you spent four minutes talking about the safety of our children.
Dr. Wardynski updates policy to allow gift certificates as gifts to teachers.
Our district decided that a memo released eight months before took precedence over the will of the legislature. Bah Humbug.