Today it was announced that Roger Rowe's principal (K-8) resigned to take a job at a low performing school in South Bay. Our school board appointed him to the position two months ago after demoting our highly respected K-5 principal of 13 years back into the classroom. Now, we have lost them both. As it stands, the school does not have any experienced administrators in place to execute the $100,000+ they have recently spent on new curricula. Will they be paying for yet ANOTHER search firm to find the next K-8 principal? How much has the school board spent on search firms/consultants and attorneys in the past 3 years? How much did they spend to buy our previous well-liked superintendent out of his contract last summer? How much are they continuing to pay for "board workshops" and "governance classes?" And finally, how will the school board spin this as another "win" for Rowe?