This blog is for anyone who cares about the Region One School District, parent, teacher, non-certified staff, administration, student, whoever…to voice their opinions, and concerns of the administration of Region One without identifying themselves, without fear of retribution from Region One Administrators… You may post documents, links, whatever. This site is dedicated to Aeron Watson, master distributor of information under a false name.
Welcome! First of all, let’s describe this blog! It is a safe haven for all who wish to report on what they know is going on with the Region One administration in the day to day operation of the district. You can post here anonymously, without fear of retribution from the administration.
You can post documents, videos, or just your comments. It will be updated by the administration of this blog when new information comes to light, and it will be updated with information that has already been brought to light on other media. In addition, this blog will contain some personal observations of Marshall Miles, its creator. These opinions and observations will be solely those of Marshall Miles, an alumnus and long-term supporter (and for many years parent!) in Region One. These opinions and observations do not, and are not intended to, represent any of the companies that Marshall is connected to or affiliated with, i.e. WHDD AM/FM, WBSL-FM, Robin Hood Radio. com, CATV 6, robinhoodradiotv, Tri-State Public Communications, Inc., or any of the underwriters, management, or employees of these companies.
It is our sincere hope to bring more information to light regarding what we consider to be the continual poor management of our wonderful school system over the by the superintendent, and to inform and educate the public in the region from a different viewpoint of that of the administration, and some members of the Board of Education. When you make a post, it will be reviewed before it is posted, so please be patient!
Thanks for coming, let’s bring Region One back to a joint working relationship with the boards of education, the administration, and the public. The time has come for the boards to act like boards and represent not only the administration but the taxpayers as well.
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