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Beeman is out of touch with the community

2011-06-28T00:00:00Z 2011-06-28T11:00:23Z Beeman is out of touch with the community The Billings Gazette
June 28, 2011 12:00 am

Keith Beeman should be completely aware that morale within the school district and trust with the community is extremely low. If he thinks otherwise, then he is not doing his job and should not be given an extended contract. The unwarranted hiring of administration staff, especially two assistants for himself, if true, is very disturbing when teachers are being dismissed and other needed positions within the school district are being cut.

The administration positions are not teaching our children. They are just easing Beeman's job, and I am unsure what that job is right now.

Our children need an education and in order to have one they need teachers. The classrooms are full and the children are not able to get the proper education they deserve. Beeman, the school board, trustees, etc. need to take a good look at better educating our children, not what's best for Beeman. Secretive meetings are not what this community is about.

Our children's future depends on the parents, teachers, principals and custodial staff who provide this support to them, and I do not believe that Beeman's intentions are with this community.

Kim Robinette


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