This is for those who are going to the School Board meeting tonight! And for those seated at the table in the front of the room – the ones with the microphones in front of them!
Unless, the microphones are purposely not used or the speakers do not want those in the audience to hear what’s being discussed, know that:
“If you’re older than 45, there’s about a one in five chance you suffer from some amount of hearing loss—and that rate climbs steadily as you age. Almost one-third of people ages 65 to 74 report difficulty hearing, and the number rises to about half at 75, according to the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders.” – Consumer Reports Magazine
Click on the graphic above to download or open / see the complete three-page agenda as a .pdf file for Thursday night’s meeting.
The following were posted at Columbia news, views & reviews on August 15, 2016
Today’s Quote … ” … more adults need to step up, not walk away, and help the victims of bullying.” – Excerpted from a seventh-grade Hempfield School District student’s letter to the editor in today’s LNP – Always Lancaster.
- Bullying is just one kind of abuse | “Dallastown pastor urges parish to report abuse” – The York Daily Record
- What is bullying? – StopBullying.gov
- School is starting soon – bullying often is seen in schools | “Staten Island boy, 13, kills self after Holy Angels Catholic Academy staff ‘didn’t do anything’ to stop bullying.” – The New York Daily News