Voters stick with incumbents in Washtenaw County school board races
WASHTENAW COUNTY, MI - Voters in school board races across Washtenaw County largely stuck with incumbents in making their ballot selections in the Tuesday, Nov. 8 general election, with just one incumbent voted out of their board seat. Lincoln Consolidated Schools board member Jason Donovan Moore is the only incumbent out of 17 running for reelection not to garner enough votes to maintain his board seat, with incumbent Matthew Bentley and challenger Stacy Kind earning the district’s two seats on Tuesday. In total, 10 new board members in Washtenaw County will be sworn in to seats, with nine current board members opting not to run for another term. Only the Chelsea School District will welcome an entire new slate of four new trustees -- Glenn Fox, Kate Henson, Michelle Craig and Scott Moore -- joining the board. Ann Arbor Public Schools, on the other hand, will welcome three new board members in Jacinda Townsend Gides, Rima Mohammad and Susan Ward Schmidt, who will join incumbent Susan Baskett with four-year terms on the board.mlive.com
Baskett, 3 newcomers elected to Ann Arbor School Board
ANN ARBOR, MI - Three new candidates stood out among a field of 13, while Ann Arbor Public Schools’ longest-serving board member won reelection to the district’s School Board. Susan Baskett, who has served on the board since 2003, topped all candidates with 27,891 votes to secure another four-year term. Townsend Gides said she was elated to be elected to the board and hopes that her goals resonated with voters. She said ensuring equity - both within and between schools - is her top long-range priority for serving on the board. Ward Schmidt said she is delighted voters saw her qualifications and experience and she is confident she will work to make a positive impact on the school board district.mlive.com
Four candidates vying for four positions on Mattawan Consolidated School board
MATTAWAN, MI -- Four candidates are vying for four open positions on the Mattawan Consolidated Schools School Board. Voters will vote in the school board race and others when headed to the polls for the Nov. 8 election. Four candidates will appear on ballots for voters in Mattawan’s school district, seeking four six-year seats on the school board. Onur Arugaslan, 47, is a professor with a Ph.D and almost 10 years of non-profit board experience and 19 months of experience on the Mattawan School Board. She is and has been an officer on the Mattawan Consolidated School Board for the past eight years.mlive.com
These are the candidates for 3 Hanover-Horton School Board seats
HORTON, MI - Four candidates are vying for three seats on the Hanover-Horton School Board, with two incumbents seeking re-election to a six-year term. Anderson has served on the Hanover-Horton School Board for two years after she was appointed to her seat in October 2020. She has been volunteering in the district for more than 35 years and has coached for another 16 yearsIn addition to serving on the Hanover-Horton School Board, Evans also is the current president of the Jackson County School Board Association. How have recent trends in school staffing shortages impacted our school district? READ MORE:Meet the 5 candidates vying for 2 seats on the Jackson School BoardMeet the candidates running for Northwest School Board in NovemberMeet the candidates vying for 2 Western School Board seatsmlive.com
Students, parents, teachers object to Lake Central HS policy banning ‘political’ posters, gay pride flags from classrooms
The vocal and highly emotional standing-room-only crowd of students, parents and teachers who packed the Monday’s Lake Central School Board meeting criticized a new policy that would ban 'political' posters and items like gay pride flags from classrooms.chicagotribune.com
These are the 6 library books being reviewed by Dearborn Public Schools
In line with growing scrutiny across the U.S. over school library books and their appropriateness, Dearborn Public Schools has developed a committee that will review existing and potential literary additions that are of concern to parents.
3 in the running to become next Chelsea schools superintendent
CHELSEA, MI - Three finalists are in the running to become the Chelsea School District’s next superintendent. Justin Ralston, Bradley Paddock and Michael Kapolka will be interviewed by the Chelsea School Board on Monday, July 11, and Tuesday, July 12. “We believe these are quality candidates that may meet our needs and expectations, and we are pleased with the applicant pool and interest demonstrated in our school district,” Chelsea School Board President Jason Eyster said. The schedule is:Ralston, principal of Theodore Roosevelt High School, Washington, D.C. Public Schools, at 6 p.m. Monday, July 11. She came to Chelsea after being Saline High School’s principal for four years.mlive.com
Properties near Arborland, Domino’s Farms purchased by Ann Arbor Public Schools
ANN ARBOR, MI- Ann Arbor Public Schools has purchased two properties in the northeast corridor of the district near the Arborland shopping center and Domino’s Farms to support population growth in that part of the district. The Ann Arbor School Board approved the purchase of the properties, which total approximately 68 acres, at a cost of $30.5 million, during its June 29 meeting. The purchase provides land and property for another school building and expansion of the district’s early childhood education programming.mlive.com
Washtenaw County schools lay out budget projections for next year
ANN ARBOR, MI - Washtenaw County school districts are heading into a different budgeting landscape in 2022-23, with the anticipated drop-off of federal funding that bolstered budgets during the COVID-19 pandemic. Most county districts, however, anticipate state revenues to be buoyed by a $435 per-student increase proposed by Gov. Here is an overview of the 2022-23 budget projections for Washtenaw County’s nine traditional public school districts. Estimated expenses for 2022-23: $30,476,657 (increase from 2021-22)Expenditure considerations: Assumed 10% increase in healthcare premiums, reinstatement of professional development budget, reinstatement of budget for non-special education social worker. Estimated expenses for 2022-23: $84,693,603 (increase from 2021-22)Expenditure considerations: Step pay increases for teachers.mlive.com
Oxford Schools hires pair of firms to review deadly shooting, represent district
OXFORD, MI -- Less than a week after the Oxford School Board declined an offer from Attorney General Dana Nessel’s office to investigate the deadly school shooting at Oxford High School last year, the board announced it will hire a pair of outside firms to handle the investigation and represent the district. According to WXYZ-Detroit, the board voted Tuesday to hire the Grand Rapids-based Varnum Law Firm to represent the district following a review of the shooting. Last week, the board voted to delay a review of the shooting until all criminal and civil litigation surrounding the shooting was settled. Ethan Crumbley, who was a 15-year-old sophomore at the high school, has been charged with 24 felonies after he allegedly shot several of his classmates and a teacher, resulting in the deaths of four students. READ MORE:Parents of accused shooter again denied lower bondProsecutor asks that accused shooter’s name not be used in courtAccused Oxford High School shooter to remain in adult jail pending trial“How do I get my fan mail?” Accused Oxford High shooter’s jail messages revealed in courtJudge to determine if accused Oxford High shooter should be moved to juvenile facilityAccused Oxford High shooter discussed raping, killing a female classmate, prosecution saysmlive.com
An Ohio school board member is facing calls for her resignation after she accidentally posted a link to a porn while advocating for abstinence
While protesting against sex education resources in Ohio schools, board member Darbi Boddy accidentally shared a link containing pornographic material.news.yahoo.com
Parents still pressing Ann Arbor schools to make Pioneer High racial climate investigation results public
ANN ARBOR, MI - Parents continue to press Ann Arbor Public Schools to make public the full results of an ongoing investigation into the racial climate at Pioneer High School. Several parents from the Ann Arbor School Parents Intent on Racial Equity group co-signed a letter read during public comment at the Wednesday, April 14 Ann Arbor School Board meeting. They are demanding the results of the district’s investigation be made public, more than a year after the AAPS’ Black Parent and Student Support group demanded a transparent investigation and limited redactions from the findings.mlive.com
Allegations against superintendent are ‘character assassination’ attempt, JPS board members say
JACKSON, MI - Some Jackson School Board members said they believe recent allegations of bullying and harassment made against Superintendent Jeff Beal are part of a choreographed “character assassination” attempt by a board member and former JPS employees. Mitchell’s statement was endorsed by JPS board members Shalanda Hunt, Cheryl Simonetti and Erin White. Board members Pam Fitzgerald and Libby Brown did not respond to requests for comment. Hamilton said she was saddened board members characterized the allegations of Beal’s behavior during the meeting as “collusion.”“No amount of progress negates the experiences recounted by our JPS community,” Hamilton said. READ MORE:JPS superintendent accused of harassment, bullying by former employeesJackson School Board votes to investigate exchange between member and superintendentSuperintendent goals, compensation disputed by Jackson School Board membermlive.com
Sunday Read: Details behind parent’s settlement with Rochester Community Schools over firing scandal
A settlement has been reached between Rochester Community Schools and a parent who accused the school board of getting her fired from her job over social media posts that were critical of the district’s pandemic response.
Parent reaches settlement with Rochester Community Schools over firing scandal: What to know
A settlement has been reached between Rochester Community Schools and a parent who accused the school board of getting her fired from her job over social media posts that were critical of the district’s pandemic response.
Completion of canceled Ann Arbor School Board meeting will take place in school building - not a hotel
ANN ARBOR, MI - When the Ann Arbor School Board reconvenes this week to complete a meeting cut short by people refusing to wear masks, it will do in Forsythe Middle School for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic. The decision to move the meeting, set for 7 p.m. Wednesday, March 2, is to allow the board to conduct business in a building that requires those attending to wear masks, board member Jeff Gaynor said. “It turns out that the hotel would not use their security because (the individuals refusing to wear masks) weren’t causing an active disruption,” Gaynor said. Hoffman later joined in support of two of those people who refused to wear masks, which caused Ann Arbor School Board President Rebecca Lazarus to call a recess before the board ultimately decided to postpone the meeting. “Applying them to our district is a local decision.”READ MORE:Michigan’s last countywide mask requirements expire todayUnmasked attendees spark cancellation of Ann Arbor school board meetingThis is why the Ann Arbor School Board meets at a hotel instead of a school buildingmlive.com
Parents remain vocal for removal of masks as Chelsea School District approaches decision
CHELSEA, MI - While Chelsea School Board meetings have been a sounding board throughout the school year for families fed up with their children being required to wear masks in school, families turned up the pressure Monday demanding the district make masks optional in light of a pair of expiring county health department orders. The board’s meeting Monday came following the announcement late last week from the Washtenaw County Health Department that its quarantine and mask orders would expire on Feb. 28. Helber said there is still some confusion over the Washtenaw County Health Department’s orders regarding quarantining that will need clarification before a decision is made, in addition to further consultation with county superintendents. In recent weeks, parent groups have moved to sue school districts and county health departments in demanding an end to in-school mask mandates. But we as a school district have held our hats on what the Washtenaw County Health Department says.mlive.com
Tennessee parents, teachers push back against 'Maus' removal
Growing up in rural eastern Tennessee, James Cockrum hadn't given much thought to the possibility that one day he might find himself speaking about his Jewish heritage in front of a packed school board meeting. “This is very disturbing.”news.yahoo.com
Hotel vs. school buildings: Ann Arbor board mulls merits of meeting locations
ANN ARBOR, MI - There’s something intrinsic about conducting school district business inside a school, Ann Arbor School Board member Ernesto Querijero said near the conclusion of the board’s Jan. 26 meeting, re-igniting a discussion about where the board’s open meetings should be conducted. As public boards have moved back to being required to host in-person meetings, the Ann Arbor School Board has been meeting in hotels, with Superintendent Jeanice Swift recently saying the combination of staffing challenges, ensuring safety from COVID-19 and cost savings are among the reasons.mlive.com
See inside a $52M school building, witchcraft supply shop now open: Ann arbor headlines Jan. 22-27
ANN ARBOR, MI – A $52-million-dollar school building has just reopened for students in Washtenaw County and it is truly a gem to behold after its renovation. Ann Arbor company launches program trading free rent for startup equityAnn Arbor startups can now trade equity in their company for a free rent for a year, thanks to new program launched by an Ann Arbor real estate company. This is why the Ann Arbor School Board meets at a hotel instead of a school buildingThe Ann Arbor School Board moved from virtual to in-person meetings last summer, and some parents wonder why those in-person meetings are taking place at the Sheraton Ann Arbor Hotel since the district has more than 30 of its own buildings to choose from. Ann Arbor debating whether to ask University of Michigan to build workforce housingDoes the University of Michigan have a role to play in providing workforce housing for its thousands of employees in Ann Arbor? Amid a continued housing crunch and concerns about rising housing prices, Ann Arbor officials are once again discussing and debating that question.mlive.com
This is why the Ann Arbor School Board meets at a hotel instead of a school building
ANN ARBOR, MI - The Ann Arbor School Board moved from virtual to in-person meetings last summer, and some parents wonder why those in-person meetings are taking place at the Sheraton Ann Arbor Hotel since the district has more than 30 of its own buildings to choose from. “Month after month, you sit in hotels with plated dinners costing taxpayers thousands of dollars and avoid problem solving the most urgent and pressing issues we are facing,” Parent Katie Dortch said during public comment at an October school board meeting.mlive.com
Superintendent goals, compensation disputed by Jackson School Board member
JACKSON, MI - This year’s goals for Superintendent Jeff Beal were disputed by a Jackson School Board member, who questioned why the board wasn’t pursuing more “smart” and “measurable” goals for the district’s leader. The goals, created by the board and based on Beal’s most recent evaluation, were approved at the Tuesday, Jan. 18 board meeting by a 5-2 vote, with board members Kesha Hamilton and Libby Brown dissenting. Prior to the vote on these goals, Hamilton spoke at length about the need for each to be measurable. Hamilton suggested the board instead adopt goals that could be tracked by numbers, such as JPS adding 50 students to its enrollment. Board member Erin White criticized Hamilton for what he described as a “very clear agenda” and “direct attack” on Beal’s career.mlive.com
Could Ann Arbor schools add remote learning day to combat COVID-related issues, staff shortages?
ANN ARBOR, MI - Trustee Ernesto Querijero raised a question that resonated with other Ann Arbor School Board members shortly after Superintendent Jeanice Swift announced school is being canceled leading up to the Thanksgiving break due to staffing and COVID-19 issues. Is this sustainable?mlive.com
Speaker Kicked Out of Florida School Board Meeting for Reading from Sexually Explicit School Library Book
The Orange County School Board in Florida removed a speaker from Tuesday's board meeting for using vulgar language after the person read a passage from a sexually explicit book that is available in high schools' libraries.news.yahoo.com
Email shows Loudon superintendent knew of bathroom sexual assault on same day
A newly disclosed email sent by the superintendent of Loudoun County Public Schools alerting school board members of an alleged sexual assault on school grounds contradicts what he later said publicly about there being no record of such an incident.news.yahoo.com
Ann Arbor School Board member removed from committees for social media use
ANN ARBOR, MI - Ann Arbor School Board member Jeff Gaynor has been removed from his committee duties for the remainder of the year. Board President Bryan Johnson informed Gaynor he was being removed, effective immediately, on Wednesday, Oct. 20, for his use of social media to discuss board and district business. His removal comes a week after the board voted to censure Gaynor, with a recommendation he be removed from committee assignments. In July 2020, however, the board did vote to remove him as board secretary for his use of social media. READ MORE:Trustee’s social media use once again condemned by Ann Arbor School BoardSocial media use cited as reason why Ann Arbor School Board secretary was removed from roleCensure vote against Ann Arbor school board member failsAAPS board rejects land easement sale for housing development.mlive.com
Trustee’s social media use once again condemned by Ann Arbor School Board
ANN ARBOR, MI - Ann Arbor School Board members are fed up with fellow trustee Jeff Gaynor’s use of social media to discuss their business, and voted to censure the trustee. In July 2020, however, the board did vote to remove him as board secretary for his use of social media. “He helps keep the community aware of what will be covered at upcoming board meetings, which increases our engagement and participation in our kids’ education. He was later interviewed regarding the communications by school district attorney Bill Blaha, who sent a 63-page report of the investigation to the school board. The conclusion of the report, Gaynor said, indicated the email exchange was not a violation “of board bylaws, board policies or laws.”READ MORE:Social media use cited as reason why Ann Arbor School Board secretary was removed from roleCensure vote against Ann Arbor school board member failsAAPS board rejects land easement sale for housing development.mlive.com
Virginia judge allows parent group's forward motion in petition to oust school board member
A Virginia-based parent organization advocating for the ouster of five Loudoun County School Board members scored a small victory in its bid to remove one member after a judge ruled that the group's recall petition could advance to trial.news.yahoo.com
Chelsea schools considering modified contract for superintendent
CHELSEA, MI - The Chelsea School Board will consider a modified contract for Superintendent Julie Helber next month, after tabling a vote on what could be her final three-year contract with the district. At least two board members said they thought the timing wasn’t right to renegotiate Helber’s contract outside of the normal renegotiation period. The length of the modified proposed contract means the board would not be negotiating compensation with Helber in subsequent years, van Reesema said. “This basically will allow Dr. Helber to complete her career with the Chelsea District and we would not have additional compensation discussions next year,” van Reesema said. Quilter said he though the modifications proposed by Helber were reasonable for a superintendent in a district of Chelsea’s size.mlive.com
Land purchase will help Ann Arbor schools expand Pathways campus
ANN ARBOR, MI - Ann Arbor Public Schools has purchased property south of its Pathways campus that will allow the school to expand its programming in a new location. The Ann Arbor School Board approved the $965,000 purchase of 2.65 acres directly south of the current campus at 2862 Stone School Road at its Aug. 25 meeting. The also district has shared the Pathways campus with Stone School Collaborative Preschool since 2014. Pathways is a high school campus for students needing or preferring a smaller, intimate academic environment that perhaps may be unavailable at larger, comprehensive high schools. “Our architectural team has looked at renovating the Pathways campus to what we aspire to for the student population there,” Lauzzana said.mlive.com
‘No’ votes from Ann Arbor School Board shouldn’t impact housing project, developer says
ANN ARBOR, MI - The Ann Arbor School Board’s rejection of a housing developer’s purchase of easements at one of its elementary schools won’t have a significant impact on the project moving forward, Lockwood Companies President/CEO Mark Lockwood said. “As far as the impact to the project, it might be a minor delay, but it doesn’t jeopardize the project,” Lockwood said. “I think it really speaks for itself in the fact that we’re adding 65 new affordable apartments to the Ann Arbor housing stock,” he said. It’s a meaningful component for the project and it’s a meaningful long term commitment.”READ MORE:AAPS board rejects land easement sale for housing development. Trustee wonders why no discussion154-unit senior housing development gets Ann Arbor council’s initial OKAnn Arbor council rejects affordable senior housing developmentmlive.com
AAPS board rejects land easement sale for housing development. Trustee wonders why no discussion
ANN ARBOR, MI - The Ann Arbor School Board rejected a housing developer’s purchase of easements at one of its elementary schools without discussion Wednesday, and one trustee wants to know why. “We are a grassroots coalition of diverse neighbors who are committed to maintaining and improving our community on the southeast side of Ann Arbor. Like ourselves, our housing units are diverse,” Baskett wrote in a letter to city officials. Ann Arbor City Council unanimously approved the development proposed by Southfield-based Lockwood Development Co., which asked council to rezone a 7.2-acre property at 2195 E. Ellsworth Road from single-family residential to a planned unit development district. READ MORE:154-unit senior housing development gets Ann Arbor council’s initial OKQuarantine policy for unvaccinated students gets update from Ann Arbor schoolsAnn Arbor council rejects affordable senior housing developmentmlive.com
After hearing from medical advisors, Miami-Dade Schools’ decision on masks is a no-brainer | Editorial
Miami-Dade County Public Schools leaders will need to do a lot of mental and political gymnastics to justify anything other than a mask mandate after spending almost two and a half hours listening to medical advice Monday.news.yahoo.com
Florida Board of Education to consider sanctioning 2 mask-mandating school districts
The Florida Department of Education has scheduled an emergency meeting of the State Board of Education for Tuesday to consider funding cuts tor two school districts that have rebuffed Gov. Ron DeSantis’ executive order allowing parents to ignore mask mandates.news.yahoo.com
Carvalho once again refutes Miami-Dade teaching Critical Race Theory, requiring masks
For the second time this summer, about 20 people used the public comment period during Wednesday’s Miami-Dade County School Board meeting to lambaste the district for teaching critical race theory and requiring students and teachers to be vaccinated against COVID-19 when they return to class next month and to wear a mask while on campus.news.yahoo.com
Ann Arbor parent pens open letter to Michigan officials to commit to full-time school in fall
ANN ARBOR – Local parent Nick Bagley has penned an open letter to the Michigan legislature and Gov. Gretchen Whitmer calling for legislation that would ensure children return to school full time this fall. “I think a lot of parents are feeling kind of hopeless about this school year,” said Bagley. Ann Arbor Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Jeanice Kerr Swift has publicly said that school will be back full time in the fall. “They’ve shredded the trust they had in the community.”He criticized the state’s decision to leave school openings during the pandemic up to the districts.
Farmington Public Schools board approves increasing in-person learning
FARMINGTON, Mich. – The Farmington Public Schools Board of Education unanimously voted 6-0 on Tuesday to increase in-person learning and relax the 6-foot social distancing measure in order to increase in-person learning for students. The district will continue other mitigation practices such as mask wearing, hand washing, cleaning and sanitizing, air filtration and student partitions. The board also granted interim Superintendent Bobbie Goodrum to make decisions for the district on how to move forward. Districts across the state are seeking clarification on the March 22 date.”AdThe district is currently looking to offer five four-hour days of in-person learning for elementary students with no in-person lunch, as well as four full days of in-person learning for middle and high school students. Families who have chosen remote learning and learning at a distance can continue to have their children learn in those models.
All eyes are on the Ann Arbor School Board this week. Here’s why.
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Parents of Grosse Pointe students urge school board to begin in-person learning
GROSSE POINTE, Mich. – Despite COVID-19 cases rising, Grosse Pointe parents are pushing for face-to-face learning. They took their argument to the Grosse Pointe School Board on Monday night. Tonight the parents say the drawbacks of online learning far outweigh the risk of their kids getting sick from face-to-face learning. “I agree with these parents, I want our kids back,” said Grosse Pointe School Board President, Margaret Weertz. Elementary students are back in person part of the week, and parents say it’s hurting middle and high school students.
Detroit Public Schools Community District released from state oversight
DETROIT – The Detroit Public Schools Community District has regained control of its finances. The Detroit Financial Review Commission (FRC) voted unanimously on Monday to immediately grant a waiver that releases both Detroit Public Schools (DPS) and Detroit Public Schools Community District (DPSCD) from active state oversight. READ: Detroit Public Schools Community District expected to be released from state oversightThe elected DPSCD School Board and its appointed superintendent manage the district along with DPS, which solely functions to manage the district’s legacy debt. “This is a monumental day for the state of Michigan,” said State Treasurer Rachael Eubanks, chairperson of the Detroit FRC. “Our largest school district has shown leadership in having three consecutive balanced budgets with minimal oversight of day-to-day operations.
Controversy surfaces surrounding Cass Tech namesake
The name Cass Tech is synonymous with greatness, but the man in which the school was named after is starting to see his fair share of controversy in 2020. RELATED: Michigan governor: Lansing’s Lewis Cass Building renamed to ‘Elliott-Larsen Building’“Three schools being destroyed by fire one just we wore out. Many aren’t too pleased with the fact that Lewis Cass at one point was a slave owner, like alum Kevin Tolbert. “I think anything other than the Cass Tech Name destroys the brand. Since that time the School Board created and passed a school name change policy and it has not been used by stakeholders to initiate a name change for Cass Tech High School.
Michigan school board votes to fire superintendent who made controversial remarks on George Floyd
GRAND LEDGE, Mich. A school board near Lansing has voted to fire its superintendent after he partly blamed George Floyd for his fatal encounter with police. The Grand Ledge school board heard many hours of public comment during a special meeting Friday. Brian Metcalf will be placed on paid leave until his dismissal is finalized. Metcalf had said on Facebook that Floyds death in Minneapolis was wrong. But he also said it all starts with being a law abiding citizen, and that Floyd was suspected of using counterfeit money. Metcalf, who is white, had apologized and said he would undergo diversity training.
Romulus Community Schools suspends acting superintendent without pay for 10 days
ROMULUS, Mich. – The acting superintendent of Romulus Community Schools has been suspended without pay for 10 school days, according to school officials. Flinnoia Hall’s suspension stems from alleged behavior during a Feb. 10 Romulus Board of Education meeting. Below is the official statement from the Romulus Community Schools:“The Romulus Community School District expects a standard of behavior from its employees that consists of professionalism, respect, and civility. During the February 10, 2020 meeting of the Romulus Board of Education, the Acting Superintendent engaged in conduct that was inconsistent with this standard of behavior. As a result, during a special meeting held on February 20, 2020, the Board voted to suspend the Acting Superintendent without pay for 10 school days.
General Election Results for Van Buren School Board on Nov. 6, 2018
Dave Bartkowiak Jr. is the digital managing editor for ClickOnDetroit. Copyright 2018 by WDIV ClickOnDetroit - All rights reserved. Michigan General Election results for Van Buren School Board on Nov. 6, 2018. If you need help with the Public File, call (313) 222-0566.