â€¢ Please cite the study you referred to on college education in the 90â€™s. I would be interested in reading it.
â€¢ In reference to the administrative staff levels and teacher aide staffing, do you have a cited comparative analysis that indicates Woodstockâ€™s staffing levels are out of line with the other communities in the state?
â€¢ Where do the staffing levels of the Academy fall in comparison with the other high schools in the state?
â€¢ What methodology did you use to account for the diverse timing differences of building cost investments by all the different towns?
â€¢ Iâ€™m not sure that I understand your usage of the term â€˜recapitalizationâ€™ in regards to the buses. Are you saying that we are refinancing them?
â€¢ I also do not understand your reference to â€˜legal feesâ€™. Please detail which of these fees you feel are inappropriate and why?
â€¢ Iâ€™d also be interested in your explanation as to why you feel that student enrollment should be able to directly correlate and/or be the only factor impacting the overall growth in education funding.
â€¢ Iâ€™m uncertain what the â€˜cafeteria debacleâ€™ was. Can you explain it and what was adverse financial impact on our budget?
â€¢ What particular â€˜construction projectsâ€™ are you citing as expensive?
â€¢ What study has been done that indicate special education provides babysitting jobs and not remedial education for special needs children? Does the breadth of special educationâ€™s responsibilities begin and end with remedial education?
â€¢ How is the methodology for reporting education costs to the state different so as not to include â€˜many expenditure by our local systemâ€™. Do all the other towns use a different reporting process?
â€¢ How is it that our continual standing of being in the bottom of the state with our per pupil spending constitute the inappropriate request for funding from the town?
Answering these points would allow us to actually have a discussion. ‘Rendered’