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Do you agree with the Bend-La Pine teacher transfer policy?
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Do you agree with the Bend-La Pine teacher transfer policy?

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No

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Oppivy7
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Oppivy7

The teachers that are being transferred are part of the back bone of the school. This is one of the highest academic performing schools in the state of Oregon. The choice and timing of the transfers seems punitive and political.

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Lyn Proctor
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Lyn Proctor

This is SOOOO BOGUS!! Mr. Kissel and Mr. Maber were allowed to quietly "step down" and transfer to another district, thus allowing their respective resumes to stay intact. Ms. Green, Ms. Vickery, and Ms. Erikson were the victims of a HATCHET JOB and impossible to replace. SHAME ON THOSE GUYS!

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Lyn Proctor
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Lyn Proctor

This is SOOOO BOGUS! Mr. Kissel and Mr. Maber were "allowed to step down" from their respective positions, thus leaving their resumes more-or-less "intact". Ms. Green, Ms. Erikson, and Ms Vickery were the victims of a vindictive HATCHET JOB, and they will not be able to be replaced at Highland.

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Oppivy7
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Oppivy7

The teachers that are being transferred are part the back bone of the school. This is one the highest academic performing schools in the state of Oregon. The choice and timing of the transfers seems punitive and political.

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Bruce Vernarecci
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Bruce Vernarecci

senority should count.

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Rick Allen
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Rick Allen

Seems unfair and disruptive, totally counter productive! Its a lose, lose!

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Kimmy Wasatch
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Kimmy Wasatch

Actually disagree with most decisions of any agency in Bend, including this one.

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Latterdaysaint
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Latterdaysaint

If you don't like it get your kids out of the public school.and homeschool them, what schools are teaching them is ridiculous anymore

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Do you think all school districts should offer free meals?

Do you think all school districts should offer free meals?

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Yes

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Latterdaysaint
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Latterdaysaint

Food is expensive due to bidenomics

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No

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Do you support the increase in prescribed burns?
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130 Votes

Do you support the increase in prescribed burns?

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Jeff Sanders
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Jeff Sanders

It keeps the severity of fires more controllable.

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No

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snowzone
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snowzone

The Forest service won't be happy until there is no forest left or no fresh air to breath.

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