Letter to the editor

Letter: Don't make the wrong choice

Posted 8/31/17

Recently there is a trend in letters to the editor about the upcoming school board election that I assume are coordinated based on similar styles of wording.They follow a pattern; "if you are looking …

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Letter to the editor

Letter: Don't make the wrong choice

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Recently there is a trend in letters to the editor about the upcoming school board election that I assume are coordinated based on similar styles of wording.They follow a pattern; "if you are looking for fresh faces, new ideas and something better, choose the Elevate Douglas County gang of 4."

What needs to be crystal clear to everyone is that Elevate is the wrong choice if you want a school district that is better than the chaos it has endured for over eight years. This slate is made up of the same types of reformers that drove out many of the top teachers in Douglas County, most of who were happily snapped up by surrounding school districts.They want to keep spending your tax money on more failing reforms. In the 2015 election, the three newest members of the board were added after people realized that the reformers were killing their school district.

The people you should be voting for, to continue the positive changes of the last two years and make our district better is the Douglas County Parents quality choices of Graziano, Holtzmann, Leung and Schor.

James Martin

Highlands Ranch

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