Sisters School Board recall, Sisters, Oregon (2010)
An effort to recall Christine Jones, Glenn Laskin, Jeff Smith and Cheryl Stewart from their positions on the Sisters School Board in Oregon was announced in February 2010. The recall effort did not reach the ballot.
Recall supporter arguments
Michelle Williams, founder of the Sisters Academy of Fine Arts, led the recall campaign. The recall petition gave four reasons for the recall:
|“||Poor financial management, acting outside the scope of their duties, not looking after the best interests of our children, and not looking after the best interests of our schools.||”|
Williams was also reported to be upset with the board because of the decision the board made to close the Sisters Academy of Fine Arts when enrollment fell below 25 students.
- Newstalk 1110, "Sisters Woman Spearheading Drive to Recall School Board," February 17, 2010
- Note: This text is quoted verbatim from the original source. Any inconsistencies are attributed to the original source.
- Newstalk 1110, "Woman petitions for Sisters School board recall," March 11, 2010
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