TO THE EDITOR: I am a graduate of Beekmantown Central, and I urge residents to support Andrew Brockway for a seat on the BCS School Board on May 21.
Brockway is also a graduate of BCS and is a local attorney.
He knows how to negotiate and will not make decisions without hearing all sides. Andrew wants to make sure property taxes remain stable and wishes to promote financial responsibility for the district.
He also wants to ensure that the district doesn’t cut class sizes.
For all these reasons, I ask you to support Andrew Brockway for the BCS School Board.
TO THE EDITOR: The sixth-grade classes from Keeseville Elementary would like to send a special thank you to the staff of Cumberland 12 Movie Theater.
On May 3, the sixth-grade students from Keeseville Elementary went to see a special viewing of the movie “42.”
Cumberland 12 is very community oriented and made it affordable for us to see the movie. The staff at Cumberland 12 is always kind, courteous and accommodating for local schools and families.
We all enjoyed the movie very much. Thanks again. We all appreciate all you do for the local communities.
GIDEON ROCK, KILIAN CROGHAN, PAIGE DONER, DAVID HENDRIE
TO THE EDITORS: The students of Northeastern Clinton Central School are livid, and that the superintendent and the board members do not recognize the fact is outrageous.
What is the point in having students if they don’t see that we are angry at this? Without teachers to teach them, there are no students to be taught. It’s no secret that this economy is going through a rough time, and making cuts are necessary in this situation.
Wouldn’t it be more logical to make cuts to employees who are not teachers, like, for example, the principal or an administrator? This would save a lot of money.