Hooksett School Board members continue to battle
Now that the contract has been approved by the School Board, it will need to be approved by Hooksett residents in a warrant article in March for it to be finalized.
Lyscars has ramped up his efforts to try to derail the contract, which he said he opposes on the grounds of enrollment restrictions and not educationally, by calling on residents to create a survey against the contract while at the same time saying he will not make any motions regarding the execution of the contract.
Lyscars, who recently had multiple outbursts during the Dec. 17 School Board meeting during which the Pinkerton contract was approved, said he has no plans on curbing his behavior, however, and, if necessary, will do the same thing again.
"I know my methods are a little, maybe a lot out of the norm, but sometimes you have to do that to wake people up," Lyscars said.
"I am very disappointed in his behavior," Korkosz said.
The School Board also recently voted to strip Lyscars of his email address in a 3-2 vote, with Pearl and Lyscars voting against, due to his sending mass emails to Manchester, Pinkerton and Hooksett officials that Korkosz has said did not reflect the will of the board.
Pearl, who along with Lyscars voted against the contract, was mindful of the School Board policy that states board members must support all board decisions once they are made and would not say whether he opposes the contract.
Pearl has also accused Korkosz of not communicating with him, and lamented that his best recourse for getting a response from her is by communicating through the press.
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