A personal point of view

Bullying isn’t restricted to school yards; those ubiquitous yellow propaganda signs … bullying property owners, on what seemed to be every street corner.

Bullying isn’t restricted to school yards; those ubiquitous yellow propaganda signs … bullying property owners, on what seemed to be every street corner. Using children’s education as a weapon to enhance a corpulent list of school board’s wants without showing due diligence; the verification of proposed expense by outside educational and engineering surveys.

I commend those that comprehend the objective of education, to educate; and voted NO on the bullied ideology that 2,780 student need $262 million spent in their names, to further the school board supporters’ grandeurs desires.

Inanimate structures do not educate … good educators do, any time, any place!

Jan Richardson

Sequim

 

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