Opinion: Rosanne Wood, Your Turn Published 2:00 p.m. ET April 21, 2018 The Florida Legislature allocated public schools a whopping 47 cents more per student for discretionary spending for the upcoming school year. In real terms, considering rising insurance premiums and inflation — that’s a big cut. Last year the school board received a hundredContinue reading “Forty-seven cents per student just won’t cut it”
Rosanne’s remarks about why we are passing a resolution to only allow law enforcement officers to be armed in Leon County Schools. “Creating a safe school climate is also a big part of the solution for preventing problems.”
Published 8:58 p.m. ET March 27, 2018, Tallahassee Democrat I was proud to introduce a resolution to make sure only certified law enforcement officers are armed on our school campuses. This is all about keeping our students safe and our school employees focused on their mission- to educate kids! The School Board voted unanimously toContinue reading “Leon County School Board signs resolution against arming teachers”
I don’t think living in the land of the free and home of the brave means our school children should have to hide in closets or our teachers should be expected to take bullets to protect them.
I can’t understand why the Legislature keeps channeling our tax dollars away from our public schools when our need is so great and their duty is so paramount.
Here I am proposing a Magnet School/Choice Task Force to the Superintendent and School Board. Americans love choice; walk through the cereal or toothpaste aisle at any store if you’re not convinced. All parents want the very best for their children. Many are willing to make sacrifices of money and convenience to enroll theirContinue reading “Great School Choices in Every Neighborhood”
Next month I’m getting cataract surgery- I’ve worn glasses since the 6th grade. With new multi-focal lenses, I likely won’t ever have to wear glasses again. In places like Burma, doctors are curing the blind with 20-minute cataract surgeries. -Thank you scientists. Today I was directed here by GPS with this very small device thatContinue reading “Thank You Scientists!”
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