Feedback: Don't report school dogma
July 3, 2008 · Updated 9:52 PM
Your staff member writes political dogma repeated by school boards almost yearly. Find fault in a school structure leaks in the ceiling and decry the condition.
Fix it! All buildings need daily fixing. How gullible does the writer think voters of Coupeville are? Schools are valuable assets, needing care and not criticism.
I hope students do not read the Whidbey News-Times and believe such provocation concerning their school. Given such misrepresentation, we will have them believing they cant learn, because the walls have holes in them or need patching.
I recently visited a Durham, N.H., award-winning school that was 300 years old. Its time we really look at the product, isnt it.