Committee formed to promote school sending pact with Pinkerton
“This committee is going to help us come up with a plan as to how best to communicate with the community that the contract with Pinkerton is the best way to go,” Korkosz said.
Committee members include Superintendent Charles Littlefield, board members Cheryl Akstin and Phil Denbow and community members Stacie Berry and Tracey Bolduc. As an official committee, Korkosz said that meetings will have to be posted and minutes taken.
Board member John Lyscars has been vociferous in his opposition to the contract with Pinkerton due to enrollment restrictions included in the contract. Recently Lyscars has been using social media to trumpet an online petition asking the school board to vote to reverse the Pinkerton contract that as of Friday afternoon had 214 signatures.
“I have no prediction, I wouldn’t bet on it one way or the other. It’s up to the voters now, the school board has done its job, now it’s (the voters) turn to decide,” Pearl said.
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