In response to the umpteenth complaint from a Stand complainer that Charter supporters haven’t heard them; this despite full monopolization of every conversation on NextDoor and unfettered access to RVSD trustees and their superintendent… see the articl.
You and Stand don’t want the Ross Valley Charter here. You claim a negative impact. Not unlike local groups that oppose developers, or the fast train, or the golf course, or Planned Parenthood , or pot dispensaries. What’s different about you (aka Stand) is that the other groups don’t relentlessly campaign against and target their next door neighbors. Neighbors that live in Victory Village, or ride the train, or play golf, or need birth control, or buy pot, or don’t like field lights or the latest flood control plan. What quality of life would be left in our neighborhoods?
For decades local and state laws have upheld our right to build and choose charter, private, or traditional schools. Charter schools can be authorized by district county or state. I’d suggest educating yourself on what legislation you can impact if you don’t like it.
Unfortunately you have declared yourself a tyrannical leader with a goal to undermine other families protected educational rights and privileges, outside of the law. You are so radicalized you are willing to promote distorted headlines and flat out lies and encourage others to upset children, schools, celebrations, community gathering places and neighborhoods until an entire community conforms to your demands? That’s the negative impact. Not a charter school that’s been peacefully cooperatively and lovingly serving community children for two decades.