Does the Puyallup School Board really know best?
Tony Apostle, Superintendent, has taken it upon himself (cleverly disguised in the form of a committee) that a reconfiguration is in order for Puyallup schools.
He has proposed taking ninth-graders from junior highs and cramming them into high schools to the tune of 2,500 students to occupy a building with a 1,250 capacity. Is this supposed to be a better high school experience?
He says it will give them more options. Make no mistake, there will be no options with that many kids, other than an extended day of school. Yes, night …