Month: February 2015
We won’t be voting for you. Nor will all those high school students approaching voting age. “They may be publicly educated, but they are getting a pretty good education, from some amazing teachers who are doing remarkable things in an underfunding and strained system. “
“This is not 1943. You can’t put together a theatre the way you did it then. We live in a different world and we need to keep up. This is a simple thing. They donate the money and get their name on the door.”
Moved out of I CAmera meeting to public meeting for Board February 16: 1.That the Board support support the naming of physical assets in recognition of financial contributions from individuals and families. The opportunity for naming recognition must comply with the Province of BC Naming Privileges Policy. 2. That the Board support the naming of physical assets in recognition of financial contributions from businesses / corporations (commercial benefactors). The opportunity for naming recognition must comply with the Province of BC Naming Privileges Policy.
“Fundamentally, the K12 system must find ways to improve essential skills’ outcomes for British Columbians to be effectively positioned for labour market opportunities. “The Industry Training Authority and Trades Training in BC: Recalibrating for High Performance: Report of the Independent Review Lead Jessica L. McDonald February 2014”
We need to believe that parents know what they are doing when they send in the FSA opt out form, and that if they want more information they will call the school. To believe and to act otherwise is condescending.