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Re: “TUSD Sideshow

All this disruption and drama isn't positive for the district. Ms Sedgwick's comments about the Superintendent's visits to schools is instructive, but insufficient. This needs to be handled behind closed doors, there needs to be an expectation that the Superintendent will spend one day in five out in schools and in classrooms and in the school parking lot greeting parents. These personal touches are critical for creating the sense of community that is needed for improvement.

Ms Sedgwick should go out with the Superintendent on a day tour starting with a school parking lot in the morning - in the most extreme poverty neighborhood. A sense of community starts at the School Board.

Posted by jhuppent@hotmail.com on 02/19/2017 at 7:44 AM

Re: “TUSD Sideshow

All this disruption and drama isn't positive for the district. Ms Sedgwick's comments about the Superintendent's visits to schools is instructive, but insufficient. This needs to be handled behind closed doors, there needs to be an expectation that the Superintendent will spend one day in five out in schools and in classrooms and in the school parking lot greeting parents. These personal touches are critical for creating the sense of community that is needed for improvement.

Ms Sedgwick should go out with the Superintendent on a day tour starting with a school parking lot in the morning - in the most extreme poverty neighborhood. A sense of community starts at the School Board.

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Posted by jhuppent@hotmail.com on 02/19/2017 at 7:43 AM

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