2 is better than 1
illustrates that the connections between CUEE and Valwood go beyond
Annie Fisher pointed out,
“The members of the CUEE, they send their children to private schools.”
Beyond what Alex Rowell pointed out, that several CUEE board and supporters
are Valwood trustees or donors.
The Chamber is also closely tied to Valwood.
The Chamber and Valwood are actually even more tightly coupled than
the graphic indicates.
Valwood’s own website:
Valwood Board Elects Officers and Trustees
May 27, 2011
Valwood’s Board of Trustees is pleased to announce that it has elected
the following officers who, along with Tom Gooding as Immediate Past
Chairman and Dutton Miller as “Chairman’s Choice,” will serve on the
Board’s Executive Committee for the coming school year:
Terri Lupo – Chairman of the Board
Also, the Board of Trustees has re-elected the following Trustees to 3
year terms beginning July 1:
Billy Tidmore – Vice Chairman/Chairman Elect
Jack Henry – Treasurer/Chairman of Finance Committee
Jim Godbee – Secretary
|Brooks Akins||Laura Perlman|
|Mike Godwin||Sally Querin|
|Tom Gooding||April Scruggs|
Now let’s look at the Chamber’s board.
Tom Gooding is the Chamber’s Chair,
and Terri Lupo is on the board,
and is the Chamber’s immediate past Chair.
That’s right, Gooding and Lupo just switched spots (Chair and past Chair) with
both the Chamber and Valwood.
Plus as the above graphic points out, there are further intersections
between the Chamber board and CUEE supporters.
So the Chamber, CUEE, and Valwood are tightly intercoupled.
It seems we have a group of private school supporters trying to take over
both the local public school systems.
Does that seem right to you?