First it was The Beacon, now The Cannon. Since The Cannon came out after the board and superintendent made weak statements at the last school board meeting - over a month after The Beacon was published, I have to assume one of two things: Either the district leadership said one thing publicly, and another thing privately; or, the staff runs the show. Regardless, the district's impression of the community's standards and values are on display in The Cannon.
What another slap in the face!
Note: Until today, I assumed that Superintendent Davis ran the show; board president Meider certainly doesn't. Now it's quite obvious that Davis' staff listens to him as much as they listen to the taxpayers; and it's the taxpayers who will once again be asked to continue funding the staff's nonsense.