“The teachers are not in class but they are still teaching the public,” said School Board President Steve Broudy.
“Board meetings are business meetings and the board room is much more conducive for a business meeting,” said Luther Superintendent Sheldon Buxton. He was asked why May’s school board meeting was held in the boardroom, when for the last several months, the meetings have been held in the spacious auditorium in the same building. The nearly
Overspending or loss of funding? That issue seems to be at the crux of what’s keeping the Luther School Board from making efficient work of budget cuts that are needed to help keep the district’s doors open next school year. At least two board members are approaching the dilemma – overspending or loss of funding –
Weeks away from graduation, Luther High School Senior Eric Pontiff is ready to forfeit his degree if it comes to it. He says he is ready to quit school if the school board cuts the program that he says changed his life. Pontiff, a dozen or so of his fellow classmates and his father stood during a