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Teachers, Community Fight For CVCS Music Program

May 14, 2013

SINCLAIRVILLE — Veteran Cassadaga Valley teachers fought against the elimination of a full-time music teacher position Monday night....

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May-14-13 11:02 PM

This superintendent is a major D-bag with absolutely no common sense whatsoever. How about cutting the football team? You could probably fund the music program for a couple of years by cutting one year of football. Face it, CVCS has had many students pursue careers involving music. Can anyone name a single former CVCS athlete that has made it into a career? I didn't think so.....

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May-14-13 10:43 PM

Come on really? The school keeps buying iPods and iPads but can't afford to give something actually useful?

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May-14-13 10:19 PM

When decision makers do not involve stakeholders in understanding their cuts, the school becomes a house divided that has lost its purpose. There are always solutions to financial problems, but not always willing participants. School Board wins, students lose.

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May-14-13 5:14 PM

The right thing to do is GET RID OF Mr. Smith!!!!

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