I am wondering if the following "informational" (read brainwashing) session is allowed on public school grounds during instruction time. It is obvious that it is a veiled attempt to get parents to support a parcel tax. I would seriously like to know if this is legal. It seems like these folks are way overstepping their bounds.
School Budget Informational Meeting
Wednesday, Dec. 9th 9:20AM
Concerned About the School Budget for Next Year?
You're not alone. Some programs were saved this year with stimulus money and help from fundraising campaigns but those were one time funding sources. Where do we stand next year with the school budget cuts? How much larger will the class sizes get and what can we do as parents?
GET INFORMED TOMORROW!
Please come to the Parent Informational Meeting regarding Pleasanton's school funding for next year:
Wednesday, Dec. 9th at 9:20AM in Room E-9
*contacts name removed by poster*
From a concerned *school name removed by poster* teacher:
" My classroom budget was in the negative on November 17th. Because of budget cuts I received a lot less money to use for classroom materials and ran out after two and a half months. Luckily the PFC and parents have supplied supplemental money to
cover classroom costs. I also notice a difference in the library. My students' access to the library is limited because our librarian's hours have been cut."