Letter to the editor: Time to get to work

Posted 11/16/17

As the new school board of Douglas County takes office, it is time to put into action where they have complained for years about reform not working. Do they have a better plan? Do they have a plan to …

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Letter to the editor: Time to get to work

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As the new school board of Douglas County takes office, it is time to put into action where they have complained for years about reform not working. Do they have a better plan? Do they have a plan to heal the wounds they complained about and unify the community so we can move forward to better educate our students?

Some of the reform changes have been positive and hopes are that the new group doesn't dismantle everything. Voters have given them an opportunity to put into action where their mouths have complained for years. For the sake of our students, hope is this change will move forward in a positive note and secure needed funds for our schools.

Your chance is here to back up your complaints! Good luck!

Dave Usechek

Parker

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