The vote was conducted and passed, which led to a round of applause from the audience. I should note that there was no other vote that elicited that kind of response.
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At the meeting, the MSBA will consider moving the Thompson School from the planning phase to the feasibility phase. This is a very important step forward in the state process.
…Thompson parents are worrying about the health, safety and educational equity of their children and repairing their school with duct tape [slams duct tape on table and points to sign in audience] that you won’t pay for with the $120,000. -Meg Moloney
Both the school’s condition and performance are cause for great concern. For now, I’m going to stick to the facts. But I can’t promise that this issue won’t lead to activism on my part because I see some disturbing trends in what I have learned to date.