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Plenty of good in Edison Local

November 10, 2013

To the editor: I am writing this letter to recognize some important people who rarely get the praise they deserve: the teachers in the Edison Local School District....

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Nov-16-13 3:09 PM

I have to agree. The teachers are great! I wish more students would appreciate the teachers not only after they go to college but while they are still students in high school

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Nov-10-13 6:46 PM

NSTT, You have a great idea.

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Nov-10-13 12:13 PM

Dear Mr. Aaron Richardson, J.D. Edison ‘07 Blake, Hershey, Bednar & Richardson,

There is a lot of good in the Edison school district.

Did you Know... that there will be a board of education seat open come January of 2014? Sure would be nice to see you step up to the plate an apply for the open seat!!!! The district could use a bright new mind to help guide the administration and great staff.... Here is an opportunity for you to really get involved in the district that you so dearly love and admire....

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Nov-10-13 10:03 AM

Mr. Richardson, perhaps you have not been in the area for the past few years. Maybe you were sheltered from what was really going on. First and foremost, I too am an Edison grad. I graduated many, many, years before you did. Then, things were no better financially. Since you are coming back to town, how about driving around to the addresses where the teachers live. Notice the large, new, country homes on decent tracts of land, with 2 new cars in the driveway. Then look at your average farmer or mill workers home, with the 20 year old vehicle, peeling paint, and the for sale sign because they lost their job because of a greedy union. Then come back and explain how teachers don't have enough. As for a quality education, that is debatable. I had some great teachers there. I also had teachers that did not want to teach me something I was willing to learn because they were lazy and unwilling to work. Good luck on your career, when you join the real world you will understand.

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