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Orange County Sheriff's deputies conduct a bomb sweep at San Clemente High School earlier this month. | Patch photo credit: Penny Arévalo.
David Greenberg March 28, 2014 at 11:46 am
"Virtual walls"? Geezus... GPS spoofing is but one way around the geofence. The otherRead More is simply walking up to someone and saying "HEY *(&*(^^#&*(Y($*() !!!!!" Or use a different app created with a bogus email account... *sigh*. Sticks and stones people... sticks and stones... Walk it off and move on...
Stu Pidasso March 28, 2014 at 12:37 pm
thats for sure, this country is turning into a bunch of pansies!!
Stu Pidasso March 28, 2014 at 12:39 pm
my kid tells me that his buddy who lives over in Europe has a math book that shows a drawing of anRead More obese American eating a Cheeseburger with Plumbers Ass , as if we are a bunch of slobs over here!!! Is that nice or what???
Martha Raffae March 6, 2014 at 12:36 am
Guess Steve Jobs didn't envision this? Awesome tool being abused by idiots to cause pain andRead More suffering? We have become a mean, shallow, cruel society willing to dessimate anyone for self gratification.
Patch file photo of District 64 offices.
Park Ridge Taxpayer January 27, 2014 at 09:19 am
Welcome, Dr. Heinz. You may have read over the past few years that D64 likes to spend money. Well,Read More that's changing. Grab what you can before you sign your contract. D64 tends to lock those things in before consulting with taxpayers. From then on, be ready for challenges from a newly-attentive school board, and the taxpayers who elect them. You can educate our children just fine without increasing budgets every single year. Good luck!
Dathan A. Paterno October 29, 2013 at 05:25 pm
Please join the D64 Board in including as many voices as possible in our search for the best personRead More for the job. If not tonight, then please complete the online survey that is posted at the D64 website: www.d64.org
Park Ridge Taxpayer October 31, 2013 at 04:31 pm
Dr. Paterno, thank you but I just now saw this article and of course it is days past the event. IRead More assume parents of current students got advance notices via their children...what about us taxpayers who are subsidizing the schools? I will complete the online survey, but have little hope my voice will be heard against those who have an incentive to buy the most expensive Cadillac available. The school board needs to start looking after the taxpayers automatically because it is (supposedly) a big part of your job.
District 207 Supt. Ken Wallace is shown at left in this file photo, along with Board President Margaret McGrath and Ginny Edwards. Photo: Pam DeFiglio, Patch.com
Park Ridge AV October 16, 2013 at 02:17 pm
Insanity. Ridiculous contract & perks. A squirrel could produce the same results.
Park Ridge Taxpayer October 17, 2013 at 01:38 pm
Why are we allowing this kind of salary increase? It only fuels more tax increases where theRead More taxpayers themselves mostly make the same salaries, only to have more and more of the money taken away by all levels of government. Thanks for nothing, D-207 school board!
MIKE September 30, 2013 at 08:55 pm
It's not like there's nobody alive today that lived through those years were people dressedRead More conservatively for school.
Pam DeFiglio (Editor) September 30, 2013 at 09:48 pm
Of course, Mike Touhy! Just joking around a bit.
Park Ridge Taxpayer September 26, 2013 at 11:41 am
Don't let the door hit your rear end on the way out. It was gracious of the school board presidentRead More to praise Dr. Bender, because he could have added that the outgoing superintendent did everything he could to increase the D64 budget to the maximum allowable level, year after year. Will the board set as a criteria for the next superintendent a commitment to zero budget increases going forward? Or at least perhaps set the expectation that taxpayers have had enough increases?
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