Stonington school board member took correct step
Three cheers for Stonington Board of Education member Alisa Morrison for sharing her concerns with Day Staff Writer Joe Wojtas as reported in the Day editorial on January 7. To assure that this fiasco never happens again, the students should have some neutral place to go to, other than their school board and administration, where their concerns are not shuffled away.
The idea of removing an elected official from a school board for speaking the truth in defense of students is outrageous! An objective independent review board would be an excellent idea, and would go a long way to protecting those most vulnerable, the children.
W. R. Antonowicz
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