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Should we assume that SRVUSD has leadership?

Original post made by Community courtesy on Mar 30, 2009

Dear Dolores,

We have little connection to SRVUSD board and management since Joan Buchanan left and we cannot know if we have leadership identified to our goals for our schools. These current board members and administration work for us and we surely do not work for them, so we need to know the realities of their planning including the reduction of school administration.

Transparency, and not a willful action of absolute authority, is required. We should not be confident in a new administration unless they can justify their actions to our community as owners of the San Ramon Valley Unified School DISTRICT.

Let's see the PLAN and the costs before we consider any moneys in their support.

**Commentary by Melissa, Alamo regional counsel committee,Alamo region community of neighborhoods**

Hal, as a community courtesy


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