Comments on: School Board Meeting - Monday, June 11th http://www.wesupportwilliams.com/news/2007/06/07/school-board-meeting-monday-june-11th/ An Online Forum for Voices to be Heard and Facts Understood Tue, 23 Dec 2008 11:44:18 +0000 http://wordpress.org/?v=2.1.3 By: Nathan http://www.wesupportwilliams.com/news/2007/06/07/school-board-meeting-monday-june-11th/#comment-2898 Nathan Fri, 08 Jun 2007 14:04:19 +0000 http://www.wesupportwilliams.com/news/2007/06/07/school-board-meeting-monday-june-11th/#comment-2898 Once again, Matthew Tully makes a lot of sense. And he's touched more than a few nerves in the process. Once again, Matthew Tully makes a lot of sense. And he’s touched more than a few nerves in the process.

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By: Admin http://www.wesupportwilliams.com/news/2007/06/07/school-board-meeting-monday-june-11th/#comment-2899 Admin Fri, 08 Jun 2007 14:26:46 +0000 http://www.wesupportwilliams.com/news/2007/06/07/school-board-meeting-monday-june-11th/#comment-2899 He does make some points that are valid. However, I feel that he's underestimating the damage that this board can still do to our township if he's out of the picture. He's also not taking into account that impact in morale to teachers and administrators if he's gone from the picture. I also don't believe it's a lesson that we need to teach students that you should be apathetic when presented with obstacles and not stand-up for what's right and pursue it to the end. I believe there's far less to lose if the board members resigned. Why isn't that an option? Why isn't Tully promoting that more? He stated on the radio this morning that that was the better option, but that it wouldn't happen. So, say that more clearly so people understand. Instead he's just backing away from what's right and what he appears to think is impossible because it's easier to rely on someone with the character of Dr. Williams to do what needs to be done instead of thinking members of the board majority could actually step up and do what's right for once. He does make some points that are valid. However, I feel that he’s underestimating the damage that this board can still do to our township if he’s out of the picture. He’s also not taking into account that impact in morale to teachers and administrators if he’s gone from the picture.

I also don’t believe it’s a lesson that we need to teach students that you should be apathetic when presented with obstacles and not stand-up for what’s right and pursue it to the end.

I believe there’s far less to lose if the board members resigned. Why isn’t that an option? Why isn’t Tully promoting that more? He stated on the radio this morning that that was the better option, but that it wouldn’t happen. So, say that more clearly so people understand. Instead he’s just backing away from what’s right and what he appears to think is impossible because it’s easier to rely on someone with the character of Dr. Williams to do what needs to be done instead of thinking members of the board majority could actually step up and do what’s right for once.

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By: Richard http://www.wesupportwilliams.com/news/2007/06/07/school-board-meeting-monday-june-11th/#comment-3001 Richard Tue, 12 Jun 2007 04:45:30 +0000 http://www.wesupportwilliams.com/news/2007/06/07/school-board-meeting-monday-june-11th/#comment-3001 At this point it matters little whether Dr. Williams is a sinner or a saint, the most critical issue facing Perry Township is four women who are willing to destroy the future of our schools in order to satisfy their power trip. The citizens of Perry will not have a functioning board as long as four irrational individuals hold a voting block predisposed to act with total disregard to the vast majority of the community. Dr. Williams can still be a very positive part of the Perry school system, if he chooses to do so. If he should go or stay remains to be seen, but either way the four must go At this point it matters little whether Dr. Williams is a sinner or a saint, the most critical issue facing Perry Township is four women who are willing to destroy the future of our schools in order to satisfy their power trip. The citizens of Perry will not have a functioning board as long as four irrational individuals hold a voting block predisposed to act with total disregard to the vast majority of the community.

Dr. Williams can still be a very positive part of the Perry school system, if he chooses to do so. If he should go or stay remains to be seen, but either way the four must go

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