I dunno, Jeffrey. Schools tend to take that attendance thing rather seriously. How many notes can Warren write you before the dog dies from overeating?
A final suggestion: It wouldn't be a good idea to copy off Duggins.
In other drab tidings, the current superintendent was too busy packing to make an appearance last night. Sectarian violence duly avoided, the agenda was content to center on soccer.
Hibbard absent from New Albany-Floyd County Schools' meeting, by Erin Walden (Jeffersonville Is Our Passion)
Superintendent the favorite for Indy district position
NEW ALBANY – New Albany-Floyd County Consolidated School Corp.'s board of trustees conducted business as usual Monday at its regular meeting, with a notable absence: Superintendent Bruce Hibbard.
Hibbard, who has been at the helm at NA-FC Schools for eight years, has been pegged as the favorite in Franklin Township Community School Corp.'s search for a superintendent. The board for the district, which is located in Indianapolis, is set to vote on Hibbard's proposed contract Tuesday night.
Many anticipated Hibbard would put in his official notice during Monday's NA-FC meeting but, instead, he simply didn't show up.
The board did not comment on his absence and moved ahead with its agenda, voting unanimously to bring soccer to its middle school students, among other things.