“I will not accept a nomination for board president at this time,” said Jason Casper, who just started his third year on the board.
When asked what factored into the decision, Casper said the district should be focused on preparing for the upcoming school year and not on who is going to be the board’s president.
“I don’t want the focus to be on Jason Casper. This isn’t about me,” he said.
Kilroy says, well it look like the Red Clay coup d’etat to get Casper to dropout of board officer race worked.
Looks like we’ll have a defacto board president and a possible investigation of school board election obstruction.
But I can’t believe how stupid a few board members are who stoke the flames of discontent by associating themselves with this outside group to interfere with their board baby fights.
Not good for Red Clay students and community for a gun rights battle to play out at a board meeting where attention needs to be focused on students and education. All because someone other than Mr Casper wanted to be board president ! A position that holds no real power or authority over other board members or any district employer. So sad that those who want to stroke their own egos goes to this extent to dishonor a fellow board member . Talk about self-serving. Sad !