Votes to move ahead with technology study
While Upper Perkiomen school officials said they want to keep the lines of communication open with residents, they have decided to shut down certain aspects of the accountability hotline they established last spring.
Officials are now rebranding the resource as the "board communication line" and are saying the hotline isn't for employee complaints and they discourage leaving comments anonymously.
At last Thursday's meeting the board discussed, at length, the merits of the hotline which accepts feedback from employees, parents and concerned citizens in an online forum. Board members have hotly debated the viability of the resource, with content sometimes referred to as "a witchhunt," for months....