The Olentangy School District has now closed for it's fifth day out of the past eight days. While it's probably best that the students are home safe from the antics of Progressive educators, can't the administrators and teaching staff do something useful for the $3.5 million spent on the school system during the five closed days. Does it make sense that I am out $150 - my piece of the $3.5 million pie - while district employees are at home spending their days watching Price is Right, etc?
The rest of the professionals in the area have to brave the elements and perform productive services for their salary. Why can't the district staff do the same? Ah, yes, contracts, unions, and a government monopoly.
It's all for the public good. Or, that's what they tell us at tax levy time