Given this is the time of year of reflection and spirituality, we decided to post a previous column by our managing editor Kathryn Dunn about politics and giving. It's our hope readers will look at this not as a political column, but one that invites the spirit of compromise in order to find solutions for the common good. Regardless of our differences, we can work together to not only improve our lives, but those of others. The photo is a special holiday greeting taken by Claremonter Chris Darrow. Happy holidays from the COURIER family.
It is time for me to speak out. Mr.
Llanusa’s false statements and accusations,
and violations of CUSD board of
education protocols and board bylaws, have
made it imperative for me to speak out to
the community of Claremont as a professional
who has served more than 40 years
as a teacher, principal, district office administrator
and superintendent of schools
in Venezuela, Illinois and California. The
last 2 superintendents left CUSD without
speaking out regarding the bullying and harassment
they experienced from Mr.
Llanusa. It is time to tell the truth.