This is our rainy day!!!! No teacher cuts!!!!!

This is our rainy day!!!! No teacher cuts!!!!!

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Sarah Raad started this petition to Town Hall and

We need all the support we can get this week. There is no excuse for the continuous mismanagement of funds in this Town. Now they want to cut the most important jobs in our school system. In the year after a pandemic. Please consider joining out standout at town hall and signing this petition. Our kids futures are at stake. We adimantly oppose the budget cuts for the 2021-2022 school year. 

To Whom it May Concern,

 

I am a parent and devoted citizen of Braintree, Massachusetts. I have always felt pride in the education that Braintree provided and felt optimistic about enrolling my child into the Braintree School District. In the past few weeks, some disturbing information has been shared about how the budget cuts are going to affect us.

 

I understand that the budget needs to be cut by approximately five million dollars. Although we were assured that these cuts would be made away from the classroom, it has come to my attention that approximately 30-40 teacher and specialist positions will be cut. Instead of evenly spreading these cuts among all the schools, it seems to be primarily affecting the elementary schools of Braintree. The students who are laying their academic foundations are the very students who will be losing the support that they need. In addition to the potential redistricting plan that was mentioned, which is clearly compensating for cutting staff, that will particularly affect the two Title I schools in Braintree.

 

I am hopeful you will support our position on this. Our youngest citizens are the future of Braintree and deserve an education that will prepare them for academic and personal success. Please let me know if there is anything that I can do to encourage a restructuring of the upcoming budget cuts. Thank you for your time and consideration.

 

All the Best,

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