copyright the Chronicle May 18, 2016
by Elizabeth Trail
Since early spring, representatives of the Orleans Central Supervisory Union (OCSU) merger study committee have been holding informational meetings in anticipation of the school district merger vote scheduled for June 7.
Although the study committee is strongly recommending that communities vote for the merger, not everyone has bought wholeheartedly into the committee members’ arguments. “I’d love to see a public debate about this, with speakers from both sides,” said Todd Rivver, principal of Albany Community School. “The supervisory union has done a very effective job of presenting their side, but we really haven’t heard any other point of view.”
Within the OCSU, the debate, if any, is muted.
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