Christina Board Member Rallies For Elizabeth Paige While Discussing Some Pretty Massive Problems With The District & Board

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Christina School District Board of Education member John Young posted this tonight on his Facebook account.  I agree with a lot of what he said.  I haven’t written a lot about the divisiveness I believe is going on up there.  In my opinion, it is corruption at its finest.  Yes, I have my own election to worry about tomorrow.  But I’m glad John put into words what he has been feeling, as have many others.  It concerns me because I can see some parallels in Capital School District.  While the board doesn’t seem to have these kind of issues and the level of manipulation isn’t as high, it is, to some degree, present.  This is a long post from John Young, but it is well worth the read.  If you live up in Christina, please vote for Elizabeth Paige.  She earned her stripes a long time ago and Christina would…

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2 responses to “Christina Board Member Rallies For Elizabeth Paige While Discussing Some Pretty Massive Problems With The District & Board

  1. Now I wonder, if Mr. OhLandt, will be making these types of comments, IF he gets voted on the Capital School Board. I don’t think the board will like it too much.

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    • Publius e decere

      Your concern is allayed.

      As for the last minute divisive attack by a pugilistic board member — on everyone other than his grandmother and Mother Teresa — the district should be ashamed of him as should the candidate he purported to support. Winning after such a screed and by a mere sway of eleven voters (caution, Smarter Balanced Math Warning in effect — shelter in place) is a win by numbers but not by hearts and minds. The winning candidate needs to distance herself from such low-minded tactics, going forward, to win those hearts and minds. There is work to be done, fences to mend.

      Kilroy must have been thinking “mudslide”, not landslide. He is generous to a fault that way 🙂

      Publius

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