Well, over 2 weeks later, the principals’ formal response is out (see below). As I expected they might, they give a number of good explanations for the scheduling changes. Although the memo is dated April 30, today is the day it was sent home by our school.
The communication issue is still very much present, though. At its heart, this is a conversation between three groups school administrators, teachers, and parents/community members and it’s being waged via paper letters and flyers, with responses several days or weeks apart. As long as it proceeds in this manner, how can this possibly be a successful, respectful conversation?
And, yes, even more trees gave their lives to the cause…
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