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Letter to the Editor: Grade A confusion

Posted 9/26/17

Let me get this straight. My fourth grader, who attends the newly built Sierra Elementary School, is going to Oberon in sixth grade. Oberon Middle School, where my 8th grader currently attends, is …

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arvada

Letter to the Editor: Grade A confusion

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Let me get this straight. My fourth grader, who attends the newly built Sierra Elementary School, is going to Oberon in sixth grade. Oberon Middle School, where my 8th grader currently attends, is going to make some closets into classrooms because there is not enough room for the incoming students. Sierra is going to have four new empty sixth grade classrooms so my son can take an elective or two at Oberon. Am I being Punk’d?

Jody Clymer,
Arvada

Jody Clymer

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Max

Get used to it.

You've just walked into the smoke screen.

Ask the voters who voted out a fiscal minded school board for a "promise the teachers anything school board."

Liberal Arts minded educators are not good business managers.

Wednesday, September 27