March 9, 2017 by stoptheblockhvrhs
Take a look at today’s (Wed Mar 8) Waterbury Republican American. In addition to coverage of last night’s BOE meeting, there is an article by Ruth Epstein about a board member who threatened to contact the board’s attorney if faculty administration president Beth Foulds continued to try to “interfere with administrative issues” by sharing the faculty’s concerns over the new schedule with the board.
And this is the same board whose new vision is:
“In order for us to prepare each child for what comes next, we must align vision, practice and expectations among all stakeholders.”