On Tuesday, PPS board members derailed a project with the Native American Youth & Family Center to locate an early learning center at their new project for Native foster kids and their parents.
This is not the end of the project, but this should be the end of PPS promising one thing and doing another. We want a board at PPS that doesn't just believe in partnerships with community-based organizations, but acts on it.
We want a board that will work to close the gap between white students and students of color, even when it may be unpopular.
You can make sure we do. Tomorrow.
Join us and our three PPS candidates tomorrow at 10 am. We'll hear from our candidates and then share with our neighbors about what our candidates stand for. You'll be done in time for a late lunch and plenty of sunshine!