Bell Schedule Absent from Meeting Agenda

The Centennial School Board had planned to discuss impending changes to the elementary school bell schedule at Monday evening's Operations Committee Meeting, but the item did not make the agenda.

Centennial School District for the 2012-13 school year.

The plans were met with much opposition from parents of children in the district. , the school board voted to table the idea for discussion at a future meeting.

Initially, the discussion was set to be reopened at an Operations Committee meeting scheduled for Monday, May 7. 

In an email to district parents dated Friday, May 4, Superintendent of Schools Dr. Jennifer Cressman said the district has "not yet received the alternate plans" that were requested.

Therefore, the bell schedule discussion scheduled for tonight's Operations Committee meeting has been moved to the Finance Committee meeting Monday, May 21.

The Operations Committee meeting, scheduled to begin at 7 p.m., will be held in the Board Meeting Room at the Johnsville Administration Building, 433 Centennial Drive in Warminster. 

Click here to view the full Operations Committee Meeting agenda.

Can't make it out to the meeting? You can also watch it in real-time via the district's website, or via the district's public access television station (Channel 28 for Comcast customers and Channel 36 for Verizon subscribers). 

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Part of the Solution May 08, 2012 at 01:30 PM
very misleading headline
Jennifer Mohan May 08, 2012 at 02:24 PM
We consistently publish advance articles highlighting the school district's meeting agendas, regardless of e-alerts or other notices, as a community service.
Part of the Solution May 08, 2012 at 02:50 PM
I am grateful for the community service, however, the misleading headline makes it sound like the district was trying to hide something. Maybe next time the headline could read - Bell Schedule Discussion Postponed


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