Talk About Town: Do You Support Highland's Displeasure with Huron Valley Schools?
Last week the Highland Township Board passed a resolution expressing the town's disappointment with the Huron Valley School District over school closings.
The Milford Times is reporting that the Huron Valley School District has received a resolution from the Highland Township Board of Trustees that states the township's disappoint with the way the district is handling it's building utilization plan.
Currently, the school district is trying to decide what it should do with the district's vacant buildings, two of which reside in Highland.
According to the article, the resolution states, "Despite the school district being comprised of five communities, when budget problems led to consolidation HVS officials 'made decisions that repeatedly caused (Highland Township) to suffer the greatest inconvenience of all.'"
In addition, the resolution voices support for paring back the number of school board seats from seven to five, with each seat representing one of the five communities that encompasses the district, the Milford Times reports.
So White Lake Patch wants to know:
Do you support Highland's displeasure with the Huron Valley School District and the resolution sent to the school board? What would you like to see happen to the school districts vacant buildings?