School districts in New Mexico are having to do some belt tightening.
This slide came from a presentation that the Las Cruces public school superintendent made:
Bullet point three caught our attention.
We deserve better
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Sorta explains/underscores an opinion I have long held. School Districts tend to be top heavy with admin types, so there are few people actually getting the work done at any given time. I don’t know how big that district is, geographically, but it makes me wonder what the commute is going to look like for those people affected.
I don’t get your point about commute. How do those bullet points relate to commutes?
Central office from home is their normal commute. Now, they may well be sending admin types all over town, instead of to that one central location. That changes the commute for each of those people, doesn’t it?
Yet they can afford to rent the NMSU stadium for $80,000.
That’s better than them building another high school stadium.
They arent paying 80k. Utep charged 16k for last Thursday night franklin Coronado game. Get your facts
Why waste any of that money? Couldn’t the teams have played at another schools field? $16,000 for ONE game, ONE night? Really? But it’s only money and when Cabrera and company blows through HIS BILLION$$$$ slush fund Bond., HE, THEY at EPISD will just come back for more, more, more including tax INCREASES. THEY can always TAKE more from TAXPAYERS.
WE could sure use a lot of the Las Cruces School District INGENUITY in El Taxo. In EPISD all that Cabrera and this School Board knows is TAX, WASTE, SPEND, TAX some MORE. “Got a BILLION$$$ slush fund, SOME taxpayers gave us. Might as well spend it, waste it. We can ALWAYS get MORE”.
‘Central office staff as substitutes’. So the office staff is all qualified to be substitute teachers? Kind of hard to believe, ain’t it?
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