Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Continuation Plus More

We are continuing to monitor the situation with the Freedom of Information requests from Steve, but are also looking for comments regarding the middle school plan.  Steve, please keep us posted on the FOI information.

All topics are welcome here that involve the Norwalk Public Schools.


Thank you for allowing us to provide a forum for your thoughts.

Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Know What is Happening!

We are highlighting this post by Steve Colorossi because of a request. My suggestion is to follow the money. These expenditures need to be justified by someone sitting in an office on the third floor as well as by the chairman of the Board of Education.


Because it may be of interest to some of the readers of this site, I submitted a FOIA request to NPS requesting documentation relative to the efforts to expand the Stepping Stones/Literacy How, Inc. preschool at Fox Run to Brookside. Although the majority of documents have yet to be produced (which is the subject of a complaint to the state's Freedom of Information Commission) the documents which were provided are available by this link: 

http://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B9zEmk3mJF92Q0tCQjJoYjd4ZFE&usp=sharing


What do you think?

Monday, May 2, 2016

The Pot Boils

We are witnessing some unusual activities and speakers at the Board of Education meetings.  What is going on in Norwalk?

Sunday, April 3, 2016

Time to Review Adamowski, etc.

By now you know there are no repercussions if you post anonymously. We hope that gives you the confidence to "tell it like it is."

What do you think about the new superintendent?

How do rate the Board of Education?

How are the unions doing without Bruce?

As always, other topics are also open for discussion.

Monday, March 7, 2016

Dalio Foundation, etc.

Great news for Norwalk! The Dalio Foundation is making some positive initiatives regarding their return to Norwalk to fund programs.


Open for discussion - any topic!

Friday, January 15, 2016

What Are You Willing To Pay?

It is no surprise to those who have been following the Norwalk Public School system's latest revelations regarding the CREC report on Special Education needs, as well as the necessity of removing salaries from grant funds, that a rather sizable amount of dollars will be needed for the next budget. The Chairperson for the Board of Education is asking for a 3.9% increase in funding. Readers, that's a major increase. Does anyone remember an increase of that magnitude EVER?

What do you think about 3.9%?