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These four are the way to go As someone who wants to ensure that DCSD's Board of Education is representative of all students and schools in our community, I'm voting for candidates who have … more
By not supporting the petition, you are telling the voters of Castle Rock: "No! You do not have the right to vote for your mayor and we do not want to give you that right. It is OK for all the other … more
During the 2017-18 school year, there are crucial issues facing taxpayers. There is a school board election and possible vote to increase taxes to support our schools in 2018. Many of these issues … more
A recent article in this publication implied that Superintendent Erin Kane is supporting pay-for-performance because it's associated with rewarding teacher effort when she says, "We want to talk to … more
State Rep. Patrick Neville's thinly veiled attempt to raise money for his PAC by spewing a hate-filled tirade that capitalized on the June 14 "baseball shooting" in Virginia not only was wrong, but … more
Vote for choice Every family has a worldview as does every teacher. One's worldview is the basis for one's answers to the ultimate questions: "Where did I come from?" "Why am I here?" and "What is … more
With almost two months left to go, the 2017 hurricane season is breaking records. The combined costs of Harvey, Irma and Maria are nearly $400 billion; almost 300 people in the region have lost their … more
I take issue with Aleta You in her recent letter "Fresh faces, ideas needed for Douglas County School board."   The Elevate Douglas County slate of Mills, Abresch, Scheffel and Nelson … more
The current Douglas County School Board, yes, the one with the much-criticized "reform" majority, has saved us taxpayers $21 million of our hard-earned bucks in the last two years according to a June … more
As a mom of four kids in Douglas County schools, I know that it is time to put kids, not politics, first. It is time to elect school board members who will make decisions that benefit students, … more
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