Valley Viewpoints

New policy was unnecessary

I hope the school board is proud of themselves with the new policy they passed.

If you guys supposedly value the values and professionalism of your staff, this policy regarding conflicts of interest shouldn’t have been needed.

The result is that one of the best principals this district has had — a principal about whom the board and administration had nothing but good things to say — has decided to leave.

I commend the two board members who voted against this policy.

Tim McNamara, Fulton

These Valley Viewpoints letters also appear in Saturday’s Valley News:

  • School attendance is vital: William Lynch, Fulton schools superintendent
  • Engineer’s role questioned: George M. Clark, Oswego
  • Kline’s claims are misleading: Carl Richardson, Phoenix
  • Facts wrong in road letter: Doug Malone, county legislator

To read these letters, pick up the print version of The Valley News. Call 598-6397 to subscribe.

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