This month I intrviewed Kevin Child, who is running for the Clark County School Board Trustee District D, for the Las Vegas Tribune Radio Station. To hear the interview click on the link. This file will take some time to upload. To hear the interview click here; www.TalkToCCSD.com/c.mp3
This month I intrviewed Ralph Krauss, who is running forClark County School Board Trustee District F, for the Las Vegas Tribune Radio Station. To hear the interview click on the link. This file will take some time to upload. To hear the interview click here; www.TalkToCCSD.com/k.mp3
Today I filed a complaint with Nevada Secretary of State Ross Miller. To read the complaint click here WWW.TalkToCCSD.com/WrightComplaint.pdf
To get a copy of the press release click here WWW.TalkToCCSD.com/PressRelease.pdf
Are you considering the ballot item to vote for or against a tax increase for CCSD? Read this to know how the money is being spent. Click on this link.
This link leads to the CCSD ballot item itself. Link2.
Yesterday I was involved in a panel discussion regarding the CCSD tax increase. Since the tax increase is for construction I know a few things about it. Also on the panel was Michael Silbergleid and Karen Gray. This is an audio recording 64 megs and should play while you upload it.
There will be another radio show today at noon. www.ybsradio.com
Here is a copy for the mailer that CCSD sent out. We talk about it on the show
TalkToCCSD has many Youtube.com videos for you to watch. Just go to youtube.com and search on TalkToCCSD. http://www.youtube.com/user/TalkToCCSD?feature=guide
This is a good 3 part series to start with... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MH8Fd8A8rQY
This site was originally created during 2006 to help me communicate with the school board at that time. What was learned from its creation was not that the school board did not understand what I was saying during my meager 3 minutes of speaking time at the board, but rather that the comments of myself and others were being ignored. Now the site is used to post interesting information for parents and others to find out.
By Ken Small