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TOP OF 2013: Marshall County School Board

Focus Shifting To JMHS Project

December 27, 2013

EDITOR’S NOTE: The past 12 months have been interesting — and at times, trying — for local residents, as natural gas drilling, politics, court cases and numerous other issues dominated the daily......

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Dec-27-13 2:20 PM

As I read your comment TRITON why do I feel like I copuld replace a ccouple words and be talking about our present federal government? Maybe that's the model the board and superintendent are following.

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Dec-27-13 12:28 PM

The article is written as a rah rah to taxpayers that they "learned their lesson" and golly gee will do better with your money next time. How many next times does it take? The CHS nightmare went on for two years and no lesson was learned to stop the bleeding. Its the same school board. There must be some psychologist writing a paper on how this group of people could be so befuddled on each issue that comes before it. In a job "about the kids" they promoted a principal who got arrested for a booze offense. And he got a huge pay raise. What? Yeah. And the previous principal and vice principle had to be removed form their jobs AND got a pay raise and a promotion. Same school board? Yep. The article is so wrong in trying to instill some kind of hope that they suddenly got smarter and more moral with the change of calenders. In a business, the number of pink slips over CHS incompetence would have been huge. Nope, promote, retire, bonuses, conferences.

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Dec-27-13 5:01 AM

you'd think that with renzella and simms having a combined 91 years experience that they should have known what they were's odd that the superintendent and the assistant superintendent retire at the same time.

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Dec-27-13 1:13 AM


The Marshall County School Board has been occupied at least, for the past decade by members blindly obedient to the Teacher's Union. They are elected by their pledge to the status quo and little or no consideration is given to their willingness or ability to serve the students and public. Until we rid the system of incompetent, self-serving, double dipping "educators", Marshall County students and taxpayers will continue to suffer.

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