Holy Specht, Batman!
As for the ones who were caught, do not pass go, do not collect $200, proceed directly to death row.
Unable to find a long-term sponsor for his Sprint Cup team, James Finch is eyeballing an exit from racing all together.
“I’m contemplating finishing up this year, and I don’t know if I want a sponsor,” Finch said Monday. “Sunday was my 776th start in NASCAR between the Nationwide and Sprint Cup. That’s a lot of weekends. I’m considering pulling the plug later in the summer.”
When the principal instructed the student to go to class, she again refused and then made an utterance – in front of other parents and students who were in the lobby area of the school building – that she “wished she could blow up the school.”
Just another drop in the bucket.
Fairborn schools are cutting 45 positions in an effort to save the district more than $1.5 million.
The district was placed on fiscal caution in January. It had two months to put a financial plan in place.
The cuts will include 22 teaching positions, 20 aides, 2 assistant principals and an elementary secretary position.
The school board still has to vote on the staffing reductions at its April 11 meeting.
Parents are now wondering what’s next for the district.
“I’m concerned about trying to find a good school district. I feel for the teaching staff and what they are trying to work with,” said one parent.
In addition to the cuts, the district is putting an 11.7 mill emergency operating levy on the May 7 ballot.
Those 45 positions will be eliminated regardless of the May levy outcome.