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As a junior at the U of A in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, it has become apparent how connected we are as a community, and not always in a good way.
As a supporter of consolidation, I am taken back by the rumors that I have been hearing as to why you should not support consolidation.
As one of the neighbors of the tiny home project, you might be interested to know that the town approved the design only for the property Darin Dinsmore doesn’t own.
As a born-again, retired minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, now as a layman, I am ashamed as to the reasons the pastors of the churches of Cottonwood held that they could not, as a group, or even individually, cooperate with the National March and Day of Prayer for Our Country.
Early this morning I went to gas up my car. I tossed the keys in the car, fueled up, finished that, and then discovered that I had apparently tossed the keys hard enough to lock the entire car. What to do?
Twelve years ago, I put a bumper sticker on the outside of my six-subject binder that barely fit in my locker.
This vote is important. This vote has the ability to mold the future of education in Clarkdale, Jerome, and Cottonwood for decades to come.
Please do not sit on your hands, or not care but rather exercise your right and responsibility by voting.
I support consolidation because I believe we can elevate education of our students in our community through a more collaborative unified model.
The formation of a new consolidated district would be governed by one board with one vision and mission. One governing body could provide the direction and focus to ensure that curriculum and instruction methods are aligned and facilitate the best educational experiences and outcomes for all students PreK-12.