Tuesday, January 5, 2010

Food Service checkin' in

They Don't Care is the title of a letter appearing in today's Courier in which a Neshaminy employee criticizes the Board for considering outsourcing Food Service. According to the author of that letter, "We see your children every day; we're their friends. That you can't buy with money. The school board's main goal is to save money, to hell with your children's safety. Now you know who their school bus driver is, who the custodian is. They're your neighbors, not some stranger who will get to work alongside your children who you don't know. Remember, you pay for what you get and you're putting your friends and neighbors in an unemployment line."

Click here to read the letter in its entirety.

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