This is a Blog for YCJUSD educators and anyone else that needs a place to vent, a place of support and a place of solidarity.
I would be interested in knowing what percentage of the District's total operating budget is used to pay for legal counsel, and compare this number with that of surrounding districts. It seems that the District is constantly involved in legal battles: Our empty school without a road, the teacher's union, and even parents of special education students. It seems that other local districts do a far better job of resolving conflict without the use of expensive legal counsel. Then again, most districts build new schools in places that have actual roads, instead of relying on the good intentions and empty promises of real estate developers. By the way, will one road in and out be adequate? Seems that for safety and fire protection, it's usually a good idea to have two ways in and out. Glad to see that at least the board is trying to save a few taxpayer dollars by voting themselves another year in office to cut down on election costs.
As a parent, my children deserve better leadership than is being modeled by this board and district administration. They are elected to do what is best for my/our kids! Is expensive outside consulting and legal counsel and leasing highschool stadium turf the best use of state money for my/our kids? Hell no!! They must go!!
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