Pulling back the curtain, is the witch the hunted or the hunter?

You probably read this article in the FNP previously, but a recent comment caught our notice. It is a link to several email enquiries made by Cindy Rose, candidate for the Board of Education and self proclaimed education watch dog. Even after reading the article that alluded to many of the topics included in the link, it is still surprising and shocking to read these requests.

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Seriously, is this her hero?

 

Ms. Rose wants to have her hand in every single aspect of FCPS. Every one! How does she keep track of all the witch hunts? Does she use excel? Does she have a ledger board? A notebook? Scrapbook? Spell book? A detective’s investigation board?

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She must have a really big board.

She has bristled at being labeled a book burner, but these emails show she has questions on several books as well as videos that FCPS uses. What seems nervy is that the books she is concerned about, she admits she has not actually read, just read the reviews. How can you complain about something for which you have only read a review? If you are going to complain, at least make sure you really, really know what you are complaining about.

She has questions specifically about Jessica Fitzwater’s employment status with FCPS.

She has lots of questions about why the school is sending out information on community events.

Why does FCPS spend money?

Read the attachments for yourself. We just keep getting angry as we read and re-read them.

 

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