Apr 13 2022

OPINION: Citizens Input Neglected by Piedmont Unified School District  

Piedmonters deserve more input and collaboration on the selection of the new high and middle school principals – 

  This year, Piedmonters have gifted over 16 million dollars to our schools–this is in addition to our property taxes.  Such support warrants much more communication from Superintendent Booker related to the hiring of the new high and middle school principals.  Almost all the information requested by parents at the March 17th Piedmont High School Parents Club meeting still has not been revealed.  Our schools are key to our city, and the principals are key to our schools. 

 Piedmonters deserve more input and collaboration on this important position.  Other school districts in California collaborate more with their citizens.

As background context please refer to Jay Russell’s reporting on Page 7 of the April 13, 2022 edition of the Piedmont Post.

Dai Meagher, Piedmont Resident

Editors’ Note: Opinions expressed are those of the author.

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