Building Committee Comments

*** This article is related to the conversation that took place during the first 40 minutes of the 8/25 Building Committee Meeting. Video of the meeting can be viewed at the town clerkbase site by browsing for other boards and commissions > School Building Committee*** The relationship between district administration/leadership and the community they serve... Continue Reading →

To save this district, isolate Sarah Markey

Brousseau and Hansen will bring an end to the dishonesty * By finishing second in the voting for five openings on the South Kingstown school committee in November 2018, Sarah Markey, vice-chair of the committee, and full-time union organizer for the National Education Association of Rhode Island (NEARI), won an exemption from having to face... Continue Reading →

History Matters

Recently the endorsed Democrats for South Kingstown School Committee released a list of focus areas for their campaign. Since SC chair Stephanie Canter has been in office for 2 years, it’s fair to use history to assess these goals. It remains to be seen whether her running mates will deviate from the actions of the... Continue Reading →

You only have 24 hours left

S.K. Democratic and Unaffiliated Voters – Only 1 day left to apply for Mail-In Ballots for Sep 8th Democratic Primary Applications must be received by the S.K. Board of Canvassers at the Town Hall by 4:oo PM tomorrow! The deadline to apply for a mail ballot for the upcoming September primary is fast approaching. PROVIDENCE,... Continue Reading →

Brousseau Letter

I’ve recently been asked to provide examples to back up my brief LTE about committeewoman Brousseau. In my letter I stated the following: Michelle Brousseau, an experienced educator of 33 years, has followed a data-driven perspective, has shown the courage to oppose short-sighted proposals, has asked tough but fair questions of administration, and has shown... Continue Reading →

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