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Demand Reform of Jersey City Schools!
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I wanted to let all of you know JC Families For Better Schools have started an email and letter writing campaign to the powers that be in Trenton. We are asking several critical questions: What sort of standards does the Jersey City District have to meet as a State run district (particularly since we have been under state control for nearly twenty years). How will reintergration of the district to local control be managed? What are the implications of future Abbott funding once local control is gained? What is being done about the lack of accountability in the financial management of the district? Is Dr. Epps being given another 3 year contract?

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http://citizenspeak.org/node/1083

Shelley Skinner

Posted on: 2007/5/18 2:55
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Re: Hamilton Park Renovation - Meeting Dates
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A special thanks to Steve for posting the designs. I would encourage as many familes with children to attend this meeting as the current plans are extremely family and child friendly.

Shelley Skinner

Posted on: 2007/3/21 2:43
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Re: Hamilton Park Renovation - Meeting Dates
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I think it is fair to say that Minnie is out of step with the general of the neighborhood is out of step, and with the plans for the park. Plans no one else has seen, yet she has been charging about the neighborhood claiming that trees are going to pulled down even though she, like the rest of the neighborhood has yet to see one new drawing. Furthermore her attitude towards children and families in the neighborhood is unbelievably hostile and believe me when I say she has managed to raise the ire of every parent I know in Hamilton Park. The park is in fact for everyone old and young a like, there is room for everyone to have space to enjoy our wonderful park.

Posted on: 2006/8/29 13:22
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