Wednesday, April 26, 2006

Weast admits his plan has no public support

Superintendent Jerry Weast admits that he has no public support for his plan to close down Seven Locks Elementary School.

"Again, I would want to make the record clear that the two options we’ve put forward, that the County Council has expressed their intent, at least in the last meeting I was with them, that neither of those are favorable from their eyes and so did the community," Weast said in the Gazette.

Weast opposes six plans that would keep the current school open, and has presented only two options - both of which would require shutting down the current school.