Fleming-era trustees can't be trusted in closed meetings, especially in judgment of children with zero tolerance policies they would never apply to themselves
Oct 22, 2007 Filed in: Russell, Tom
Tom Russell, CUSD Board of Trustees Meeting "With what we know now, it is outrageous to expect CUSD parents to entrust their children’s futures to such ethically challenged trustees. After demonstrating that you cannot be trusted, especially in secret meetings, it is audacious for you to assume you are worthy to sit in judgment of children behind closed doors, applying zero-tolerance policies that could scar them -- and have scarred some of them -- for life. If these same zero-tolerance policies had been applied to you, you would have been booted from this district long ago. Talk about hypocrisy."
Russell made these remarks during Public Comments. Russell is the spokesperson for the CUSD Recall COmmittee.