The school district is claiming we need to rebuild many schools at once because they have been neglected. What happened to maintenance? How did our administrators allow this to happen? It is being framed that […]
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In her letter Mindy Cameron objects to LPOSD being called spendthrift for certain purchases and executive pay. Her letter omits some important information on both issues . LPOSD’s budget line items of a $1,800 chair […]
I support our children and educators and agree that renovation and replacement of buildings are necessary to insure the safety of our children. Because passage of this plant levy would double my school tax I […]
Instead of replacing the LPOSD schools, as proposed in the massive levy, I suggest replacing the superintendent and the entire school board for incompetence. As any homeowner knows, you maintain and repair your property as […]
Bonner County School Tax Levy The school board decision to “rush-to-pass” a $55,000 million levy without further study and community input is totally wrong. The levy amount and methods employed to bring it before the […]
“Controversial” doesn’t begin to describe LPOSD’s latest levy for tearing down and rebuilding three schools, adding on and remodeling others, new sports fields, and a long Christmas wish list of other projects, not all of […]
Letter to the Editor – LPOSD School Levy Dear Editor… There are so many questions and concerns about the upcoming $55 million LPOSD school facilities levy that one almost doesn’t know where to begin. […]
SCHOOL LEVY Why is LPOSD so secretive about the recently approved $55 million facilities levy, the highest-ever in this district, fast-tracked for a vote on August 30? Without an inkling by the public, consultants were […]
Dear Editor, Lake Pend Oreille School District’s administration presents itself as running a tight financial ship. But here are some facts to ponder: The 2016-17 operating budget is $31.6 million, a 4.2% increase […]