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Just Say No to Mandarin Immersion

Original post made by Kate, Crescent Park, on May 8, 2007

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Posted by Enough Already
a resident of College Terrace
on May 9, 2007 at 9:25 am

How about all of those in the school district who are opposed to continuing the strife, controversy, and fanning of the flames contact the board and tell them to hurry up and vote, stop dithering, stop explaining and re-explaining themselves ad nauseum, and let's just move on. Hire some reconciliation experts. Let's move on to the future. Let's stop the vitriol. We all know each others opinions. Scandalmongering does the community no good.

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Posted by Kate
a resident of Crescent Park
on May 9, 2007 at 6:37 pm

Perhaps you missed it, but the BOE already did vote. We did move on. The problem is that the proponents of MI didn't like the result and forced the issue to be re-opened in the community. Now, it's your opinion that everyone is suppose to be quiet and allow a second vote to take place without discussion or you accuse them of engaging in scandalmongering? How does "Scandalmongering" apply here???

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