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Children Need Help Not Power Trips

Dear Source,
We hope that two new schools will someday be made functional on St.
John. Until that time, the government, Staff and community must band together and keep these two schools viable. For the sake of the children of today, our citizens of tomorrow, all must give up their petty power trips, and push forward with great energy to keep these schools functioning well.
In Coral Bay, the reinstatement of Ms. Roskin as special-ed teacher would greatly help to heal the emotional breach that is harming the staff and ultimately affecting all the students. This concession by the Department of Ed would help that very good staff at Guy Benjamin to see the year through. Let's try to do everything we as a community can think of to help them!
Dorothy Muilenburg
Coral Bay, St. John

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