No one has the right to force your child to do anything that you do not wish for your child to do. You may opt out.
Despite what the Times claims, there hasn't been a single mention of rezoning at a public meeting of the board in two years.
In May 2011, the board approved a RIF of 259 people. In 2013, 177 have volunteered to leave. By the end of May the 259 will seem small by comparison.
165 teachers, staff, support personnel, and aides have retired or resigned since 9/4/2012. Wardynski's zero sum game is emptying our classrooms.
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.
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.
Why is Wardynski so dead set, so willing to violate state code, state ethics laws, and simple common sense to have Spinelli on his payroll?
Someday the Chamber, after schools close, property plummets and Madison's population explodes, will know their mistake of pushing development over students.