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Edison’s future is questioned

March 10, 2013

To the editor: My sister and I are students in the Edison Local School District. My sister is a third-grader at Pleasant Hill Elementary School, and I am an eighth-grader in the high school....

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Mar-18-13 9:09 AM

Edison is the highest rated school district in Jefferson County. Check the report cards from the Ohio Department of Education. Keep living in the past Cinnamongirl. I choose to try and make things better.

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Mar-14-13 9:23 PM

I would have to strongly disagree with the comment about a better school. If you look at the info on Edison, you will see that the education is one of the best in the area. They have achieved the highest accord possible on the state report card. Their test levels continue to rise. Everyone keeps bringing up things that happened in the past. Why must we punish todays children for things that happen years ago. Would you want judged for things your parents may have done years ago? Let's focus on what is truely important here. The children. We need to support the district so they can continue to give these children, our future, the education they deserve.

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Mar-13-13 9:46 PM

While I do feel bad for you and your sister, as you took the time to discuss your concerns, when I think of Edison, two thoughts cross my mind. Gardner the superintendent, who did not do a particularly good job and the one superintendent they paid off and never told anyone why. Sneaky and deceiptful at taxpayers expense. Sometimes certain things DO need to go by the wayside. Maybe if you choose to attend a competitive and probably better school, things could really improve for you and your siblings. The bottom line is you can't try and pull the wool over taxpayers' eyes and think you are going to continue to get away with it. There are repercussions to everything.

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