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Rainier & Yelm Schools Superintendents to speak to Yelm Chamber,
And Supers. should hold a Town Hall to interact with their taxpayers, voters

Yelm Schools Superintendent Brian Wharton.
Photo credit: Yelm Community Schools

– Editor’s Note:
On September 11th, Yelm Schools Superintendent Brian Wharton will be a guest speaker at the Yelm Chamber luncheon and be present at a joint Yelm city council/Yelm schools board meeting. He will be joined by Rainier Schools Superintendent Byron Bahr at the Chamber function.

The schools, their taxpayers and voters would benefit greatly if the superintendents would conduct a joint Town Hall public forum at least twice a year to share ideas on how their constituents can get involved in their schools. A public forum is the best way to communicate directly with the taxpaying voters they want to step-up and approve their levies and bonds, rather than to only the select few attending the council and chamber functions at the beginning of the school year, many of those not residing in their voting districts.

Rainier Schools Superintendent Byron Bahr.
Photo credit: Rainier Community Schools

– The Yelm Chamber hosts the Rainier & Yelm Schools Superintendents
On Tuesday, September 11, 2018, the Yelm Chamber’s Forum will hear from Bryon Bahr, Superintendent of Rainier School District, and Brian Wharton, Superintendent of Yelm Community Schools as they give an update on the State of the Schools. They’ll share ideas on how businesses can get involved in the schools this year, and have time for questions from the attendees.

Posted by Steve on September 10, 2018 at 12:01 am | Permalink

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