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April 24, 2007

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KRN

One of the primary reasons that the SMUHSD financial scandal got out of hand was the lack of public attention and participation. It is only now through the actions of the Grand Jury that the public is becoming aware of ALL of the problems of the district.

It should be noted that Craig Childress and the SMUHSD Teachers Association began to sound the alarm bell long ago. Unfortunately, too many people believed that the union was just "out to get" Sam. Maybe next time, the public will listen to the calls for help. This time, it will only cost the taxpayers a few million dollars.

Mac

It'll be interesting to see the second Grand Jury report...

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