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Marie Friess-McSparran March 25, 2014 at 09:20 AM
This tactic is not new for this administration and therefore, the plan to meet with parents andRead Morestud ents to confidentially discuss their concerns will be difficult at best.
A New Londoner March 26, 2014 at 10:08 AM
Try meeting in a privately owned place such as someone's home. If you meet in public;Read Morerestaurant/lib rary/park and publicize it then anyone can show up. I'm with DanielShafner...why be intimidated by them? Speak loud and clear so they can hear you.
NewLondonSource March 27, 2014 at 01:43 PM
I was actually disgusted with NLPA's FB post about 'reserving the right to refuse entry to anyone'. Read MoreAs has been stated, it is not only unadvisable, but unlawful to do that in a public venue. If they want to limit attendance, do it in a private location, otherwise, ANY MEMBER OF THE PUBLIC an attend. Along those lines, I'd like to understand just how many parents of current students actually attended (i.e., not just taxpaying citizens, but ACTUAL parents of CURRENT students attending classes). Anyone have the answer to that? If NLPA wants to be taken seriously, this metric is important to record and report on any letter/memo issued for future meetings. The logic behind that is that if f there were only, say, two actual parents in attendance, you would be hard pressed to say their opinions reflect the global sentiment of ALL NLPS parents.
Clark van der Lyke March 10, 2014 at 10:00 PM
Patch started going down the global world when they pushed for a "favorite dog" contestRead Morean d it flopped. Patch has flopped and I quit too.
A New Londoner March 11, 2014 at 08:59 AM
I used to find the New London Patch to be a nice alternative to "The Day" but now it'sRead Morejus t sort of annoying. It's a shame because it was an informative little site.
Clark van der Lyke March 12, 2014 at 09:22 PM
P oor A ttempts T o C ommunicate H ometown