The Reader’s Viewpoint

Voters will pass the school levy
Thursday, November 29, 2018

I believe that the major objective of the school board is to have the schools be made safer. According to the Oct. issue of the Laurel Outlook it seems that making the schools safer is on the back burner. We know why the bond issue presented before failed. That’s what happens when the board doesn’t listen to the students and community. It is time for the experts to come in and advise what should be done to make the schools safer for the students and employees. Get the report, determine the cost, have a bond election to cover only the “make safer” objectives and the voters will pass this levy. It needs to be done as soon as possible.

Ray Fiechtner Retired Laurel School Teacher and Elementary, Middle and Junior High Principal (1959–1987)

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