My colleague from the school board says, “Let me start by saying that we appreciate your time. We’re trying to do something to keep our children in school, and your support is appreciated. We’re grateful for your hard work.
If you could, or if you could, have a word with the board of school, please do it. Because we all need our voice.
We can’t always do something ourselves. Sometimes there is a public outcry and we have to step in. In this case, a public outcry is a loud, organized shout-out. You can be a “voice for the voiceless.” A voice that reaches a lot of people.
you can give a public shout out to the county board of education by emailing them at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Also feel free to contact them by phone by calling 610.828.8787 with your name and phone number. They will thank you for contacting them.
The board of education is looking into the situation because some students have complained about the “harsh tone” of their classroom teacher. The board is going to review the complaint and determine what steps need to be taken. This is a good move to make because it will help educate people on what to do in the future when this sort of thing happens.
Not to mention that this is good news for education and could possibly prevent the kind of trouble the schools are currently facing. It also means that one less thing we have to worry about.
At least that’s what the board’s going to do, to make sure people know they have a representative that they can rely on.
This one is a good move because someone can call this a false flag attack. We can tell the county board of education that they should probably take a deep breath, stop doing this, and instead just wait for the attacks to stop. That would be pretty nice, if this was actually true. The problem with saying this is that it kind of sounds like you’re saying that the government should do nothing. While that is true in theory, it is not a good idea in practice.
Well, that’s why we’re here.