Dear fellow tax hikers, we report that several schools in the mega-spending Princeton School District are in violation of Ohio's safety laws. Ohio requires each school to file their safety plans and floor plans so that emergency personnel can more quickly respond in the event of a school shooting or other disaster. There are 15 schools in SW Ohio that have refused to obey this law, with a whopping 6 of them in Princeton.
Your child is in an elevated state of danger if he or she attends Princeton High School, Princeton Virtual Academy High School, Princeton Middle School, Glendale Elementary, Lincoln Heights Elementary, or Woodlawn Elementary. We don't understand why Princeton Virtual Academy is on this list - shouldn't they be able to virtually submit these plans?
As our good friend Mrs. Hillary Rodham Clinton says, "never waste a good crisis". This is part of the Princeton School Board's plan to start pitching the next tax increase.
Even though the School District already spends more money per student than 98% of school districts in Ohio AND just passed another tax increase, they are not able to fulfill these safety requirements because they don't have enough money! They need more. If you oppose the next Princeton property tax increase, it's because you are against student safety.
We encourage our tax-hiking friends Virgil Lovitt, Royal Doyle Webster, and many more to not waste this good crisis. Student safety isn't important. What's important is exploiting the lack of student safety to pass another big property tax increase. Let's do this! Tax us more.