Fox C-6 spending and safety concerns at board meeting

6:33 PM, Jan 15, 2013   |    comments
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By Sharon Stevens, Education Reporter

ARNOLD, Mo. (KSDK) - Some parents and others in the Fox C-6 School District are expected to question spending practices at Tuesday night's school board meeting at the Fox Service Center in Jefferson County.

A group of people passed out flyers on a grocery store parking lot over the weekend, accusing the Fox C-6 School District of lacking sufficient textbooks for the more than 12,000 students in the district.

According to the flyer, which is not attributed to any group or person, the district has poorly working heat and air conditioning systems and they don't have a buzzer system to let in or keep out visitors.

The flyer also claims Fox C-6 plans to spend money to move their offices.

Fox C-6 School District Superintendent Dianne Critchlow said there are enough books for every student and other concerns, such as the ventilation system and more safety measures, were being worked on and should be completed in the near future.


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