The superintendent and the board have recommended and approved a budget that calls on special education to be responsible for 30% of the total savings in 2012. ...
Dr. Wardynski believes in expanding administrative salaries while balancing the budget on the backs of those who cannot speak for themselves.
Our PTAs go out of their way to be inclusive and supportive of those students who have special needs. For this, I say thank you, and the boy offers high fives.
"How do you justify offering state competitive administrative salaries while our new teachers salaries are set at the state minimum?"
How can you justify spending 63 times more money on yourself as you have my son?
Everyone in the system is being forced to work harder for less money and to do more with few resources except Dr. Wardynski.
Dr. Wardynski clearly understands the value of transitional support. He clearly understands how important it is to have help when adjusting to new surroundings....
Contact your child's teachers and principal. Ask for how many kids are in your child's classroom/resource room. Ask how many teachers and aides that room has.