Friday, May 31, 2002

"Bolts of Lightning Booms of Thunder"

Dear Political Diary,

According to Frank Wanner's recent message to the teachers my recent grousing about our dealings with the DFT over the seven period day sounded like "Biblical prophecy," albeit a "Hollywood rendition" of such. Imagine me as Moses in place of Charelton Heston. I flattered. And I'm flattered that Frank saw fit to comment on my comments. Its worth noting that after our Board meeting, and the unanimous expression of unhappiness by the Board with the take-it-or-leave-it proposal handed to us, an acceptable agreement was hammered out. That's worth keeping in mind as you read the rest of Frank's column which dealt with what he regards as intransigence on the Board's part in contract negotiations. 

Trib finally catches on to the seven period day TV stations play catch up

Fifth and more diplomatic Editorial on the CAB

Teacher Retirement celebration at the STC

Unity Graduation