Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Columbia and Elanco school board consider a joint superintendent for next year


Columbia’s Acting Superintendent Kenneth Klawitter on Monday night proposed that the board share a district leader with Elanco in the 2016-17 school year.
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  1. Sounds like a great idea

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  2. Maybe this could be the start of a county wide system like in Maryland.Just think if all the district's would buy supplies in bulk, the money that that could be saved. Just a thought.

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    1. Actually, schools in the county do buy supplies in bulk through a cooperative agreement with the IU-13.

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  3. get rid of ALL the assistants to the supervisors, principals, sports director, etc.

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    1. This would probably increase the number of assistants. It's not like the superintendent can get quickly from one school district to another -- 45 minutes between the two.

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  4. There are many states that have a countywide school system. One superintendent & one administrative office for all schools in there county. Eliminates the redundancy aka wasted spending.

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  5. i agree this is all a waste of money. consolidate the schools. you are nOT doing any of our children any favors.

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