Letter to the editor

Letter: Hard questions for Glass

Posted 6/20/17

After reading the plethora of platitudes, by and for, Jason Glass at his meet-and-greet session (6/8) at Lakewood High School, shouldn't Jeffco's long suffering parents and taxpayers ask hard …

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Letter to the editor

Letter: Hard questions for Glass

Posted

After reading the plethora of platitudes, by and for, Jason Glass at his meet-and-greet session (6/8) at Lakewood High School, shouldn't Jeffco's long suffering parents and taxpayers ask hard questions of him, such as:

  • Will he lead or preside?
  • What are his specific plans to improve students' knowledge baseandachievement, if he even has any?
  • Will his desired 'relationships,' especially those with Jeffco's domineering Teachers Union, be incestuous?
  • Does he not know that the term'collaborators' really got a bad name during the World War II era, as they dealt with the occupyingenemies of their peoples, to the benefit of the occupiers?
  • What are the 'really hard things' of which he speaks, and will they even be addressed prior to the expiration of his three year contract?
  • Would not all in Jeffco be better served by a new school board which focused its effortson studentachievement and fiscal efficiency?

Russ Hass,

Golden

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Smelly Marvin

The voters fell for it and elections have consequences.

The voters fell for the IP History B.S.

The voters unknowingly believed the Union Members that pushed the Recall.

Now, what you got?

People that voted for the recall are stupid or teachers.

Unfortunately, many are both teachers and stupid.

No raise for you.

Close schools.

Why did we have the recall again?

Can someone explain it, with a straight face, knowing what we know now?

Wednesday, June 21
Marvin

The voters fell for it and elections have consequences.

The voters fell for the IP History B.S.

The voters unknowingly believed the Union Members that pushed the Recall.

Now, what you got?

People that voted for the recall are stupid or teachers.

Unfortunately, many are both teachers and stupid.

No raise for you.

Close schools.

Why did we have the recall again?

Can someone explain it, with a straight face, knowing what we know now?

Wednesday, June 21