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Our opinion: The mission first, always

August 28, 2013

Our recent series of stories on what students, parents and faculty can expect next Wednesday at two high schools and the county’s largest middle school, as well as an elementary school that is takin......

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saveourschools

Aug-30-13 6:46 AM

I agree Pedro but what people don't see is the changes will look different than what many would expect.

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PedroJoe

Aug-29-13 12:03 AM

...is likely what this school district will look like for at least the next 30 years.

I have to disagree with this thought. I believe it is very unlikely the WCSD will remain in this configuration even 10 years from now. Population and economics (both of which are steadily heading south) are going to force some changes much sooner than our current administrators and board members think. The current spending spree is a compromise to silence a few squeeky wheels. It is certainly not the best use of current resources based on our area's economic and population trends. We're spending a lot of tomorrow's dollars on things a loud minority (just my opinion) want today with little thought on the future. It won't be long before empty classroom and property tax increases will cause us all to regret the current construction.

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