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Camdenton School Board Race: Local Control? | American Spring

Camdenton School Board Race: Local Control? | American Spring



Hmmmm.  I guess this happens all over the state.  Some day the voters will wake up, stop drinking the Kool-Aid and take back control. If everyone on the board votes the same, there is no diversity.  Think about it.



Camdenton School Board Race: Local Control?Posted on April 1, 2014 Last night, during the forum for Camdenton school board forum, the struggle for local control of the district was on full display. The Q and A forum, hosted by the Teachers Association of Camdenton, a wide range of topics were discussed with the candidates and, through their answers, much was learned about two distinctly different visions for the future of the district. One of these viewpoints was represented by four of the five candidates for school board. This view represents the ‘status quo’ in the district. As a result, they expressed ideals and talking points that reinforced that view. It was echoed in answer after answer throughout the high sch…

Fox C-6 Watchdogs: Fox C-6 Legal Fees Dating Back to 2004 Provided by District

Fox C-6 Watchdogs: Fox C-6 Legal Fees Dating Back to 2004 Provided by District



How much of your tax dollars are being used to deny students the free and appropriate education they are entitled to or to cover up wrong doing?



Fox C-6 Legal Fees Dating Back to 2004 Provided by District It's been several weeks since I've been able to find enough free time to finish an article. It takes hours to write and edit an article. I haven't been home long enough or had other higher priority activities keeping me from get any articles completed. I've been bouncing between several different subjects that need to be addressed in separate articles and hope to get them published in the next week or two.

Between helping my wife run kids to or from practices to preparing for the annual pinewood derby race as well as running the pinewood derby race with the help of other parents and scouts, to helping scouts along with others help build an all natural material klondike sled over several weekend…

seMissourian.com: Local News: Principal accused of forgery to be arraigned in March (02/13/15)

seMissourian.com: Local News: Principal accused of forgery to be arraigned in March (02/13/15)



A former Doniphan, Missouri, high school principal accused of forgery waived his right to a preliminary hearing Wednesday in Ripley County Circuit Court.


Ronald W. McCutchen, 53, of Park Hills, Missouri, is charged with a single felony count. A complaint alleges he forged a former student's college placement test.



The case was bound over to the circuit court's Division I for trial. McCutchen will appeal before Judge Michael Pritchett for arraignment at 9 a.m. March 2.



The forgery charge stems from an investigation by Doniphan police alleging McCutchen took the COMPASS (Computer Adaptive Placement Assessment and Support System) test, similar to the ACT, for a former student in July.



Records show the student took the test in April, but a review of the testing website showed another test taken by the same student July 16.



The results of the later test were not entered into school records…