Monthly Archives: May 2014

What’s a board member worth?

TO: DeKalb County Taxpayers and Voters RE: Hearsay about Marshall Orson’s performance as a board member In an editorial meeting today, we discussed that we simply cannot allow hearsay about Marshall Orson to go unchallenged. The hearsay repeated on DSW … Continue reading

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Dunwoody Resident Responds: Tom Taylor Champions Local Area School Systems

The following article was published in Heneghan’s Dunwoody Blog on Friday, May 16, 2014.  DSW is re-publishing it in its entirety because the information it contains is so important to the upcoming primary election on Tuesday, May 20, 2014.   … Continue reading

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DeKalb County School Board Candidates up for election on May 20, 2014: A Review

We have done our best to compile as much information as we can on the candidates seeking election to the school board on May 20. Remember, the two super districts no longer exist (which is why you see two incumbents … Continue reading

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What Whine Will You Have With That?

One of the distinctive literary forms that social media — including DeKalb School Watch — has birthed is the letter of complaint addressed to everyone and no one—a list of grievances that will never reach its intended target. This kind of … Continue reading

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For all you do …

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