upkeep and maintenance and then provides the staff for all the training too.
For all of this the district then pays the Schultz Center two and a half
million dollars a year and has been doing so for a decade.
I have been to dozens of trainings and I would say only about a quater were at the Schultz Center but at none of them did I think, wow I am glad this is here we couldn’t have done this in my school library (or computer lab, or the great big closet at the end of the hall).
about the need to end the deal and I agreed with him on every point except when
decisions will need to be made, not based on emotion but rather to maximize
every cent of taxpayers’ dollars to increase student achievement.”
be a difficult decision. It is an easy one.
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