GPS – School Board Meeting – Feb 22, 2011 @ 7pm

GPS asks school board to approve a “cash advance” to help eliminate the current proposed deficit. . . . → Read More: GPS – School Board Meeting – Feb 22, 2011 @ 7pm

Atlas Shrugged – Part I

Does anyone remember… Who Is John Galt??? . . . → Read More: Atlas Shrugged – Part I

GPS – Strategic Planning Meetings – Open to the Public

GPS – Strategic Planning Meeting on Feb 10, 2011. . . . → Read More: GPS – Strategic Planning Meetings – Open to the Public

Adjacent Ways – New Budget Update

Spending for $510K stop-light resurrected. New cost?? Unknown. Come see all the new ways GPS intends to abuse the Adjacent Ways budget. . . . → Read More: Adjacent Ways – New Budget Update

Prop 100, The Holy Grail, And New Budget Shortfalls

Prop 100 saves K-12 in AZ… Whoops, not quite!!! . . . → Read More: Prop 100, The Holy Grail, And New Budget Shortfalls

Half-Day K vs. Full-Day K – Discussion on Jan 25th @ District Offices

Kindergarten. When is the best time to start? By policy you can enroll your child if they are 5 years of age on or before September 1st, but you can get a provisional approval if your child is 5 years old before December 31 of the same year.

For decades Kindergarten has been a transitory . . . → Read More: Half-Day K vs. Full-Day K – Discussion on Jan 25th @ District Offices

GPS School Board Meeting – Jan 25, 2011

Budget Update – Including discussion on All-day vs. Half-day Kindergarten. Will GPS fund all-day K out of fear? GSInfo believes they will recommend doing just that. . . . → Read More: GPS School Board Meeting – Jan 25, 2011

GPS School Board Meeting – Jan 11, 2011

The first meeting of the calendar year is scheduled for Jan 11, 2011. Two new board members will be in attendance. Staci Burk and Shane Stapley will attend for the first time in their official capacity as a new board member. This meeting is also when a new board president and clerk are likely to . . . → Read More: GPS School Board Meeting – Jan 11, 2011

AZ Statutes – School Policies – How They’re Made?

Far too often emotional issues will spiral out of control and well-intentioned citizens will petition their state legislature for new laws that could more easily and more appropriately been addressed at a more local level such as the school board or school administration. . . . → Read More: AZ Statutes – School Policies – How They’re Made?

Got Conflict? Part-2 LOBBYING (Cont’d)

“Wait, you might ask, isn’t it illegal to spend public funds on ballot measures? – Get the answer here. . . . → Read More: Got Conflict? Part-2 LOBBYING (Cont’d)