Letter to the editor

Letter: Outrage over super hire

Posted 6/13/17

Congratulations Jeffco voters and big-media machine teachers union. You just got rolled. 

Your puppet school board just handed out the largest Jeffco Schools superintendent contract in …

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Letter to the editor

Letter: Outrage over super hire

Posted

Congratulations Jeffco voters and big-media machine teachers union. You just got rolled. 

Your puppet school board just handed out the largest Jeffco Schools superintendent contract in history, while teachers struggle for modest raises. As an average, taxpaying citizen I am outraged. 

A comprehensive 3-year superintendent package of $1 million, while the district cries of monetary hardship, screams of incompetentcy. To me it just looks like another undeserved hiring, with public funds, to a political crony with similar views. 

I don't blame Mr. Glass for taking the deal. Who wouldn't? But don't ever ask me for increased school tax money ever again. 

This disingenuous cries of "for the kids" is a joke. 

Richard Phillips,

Arvada

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Horse Face McGee

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?

There wont be a bond issue pass for several years because of this tom foolery.

The school board better get cracking with a plan

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