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FYI, I deleted the earlier comment suggesting readers go to the Pathfinder Yahoo group because that is a membership-only group that most of this blog's readers won't be able to see.
I could not BELIEVE the tortured logic the District staff used to select Arbor Heights as the new location for Pathfinder instead of Cooper.In the end, I think they should shift it to Cooper instead.
Just an observation:On opening this blog, I noted that there are about seven new threads, one for each school/program closure/movement. I then noted that a couple schools has one or two comments, a couple had three or four, one had seven...and APP had 23.a) dividing these threads up is, well, divisive. Can't we all comment generally? Is this "divide and conquer"?b) I hope that the APP stakeholders can continue to contribute to the other threads;c) I hope that stakeholders in the other schools can step up their commentaryd) I hope that everyone is advocating for everyone (a repeat of "a", but necessary!)Carry on.
This relocation solution makes no sense. Why pack up Pathfinder and send it to *another substandard building*? If the district is committed to this thriving alternative program, they need to fix their building or send them to a better one that doesn't need fixing!!
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