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Reader Opinion: Drain the swamp

Once again the failure of our school supervisors has become apparent with the publishing of the Brainerd High School yearbook. A very political page was printed that should not have been allowed, "The question TRUMP 2K2017-2K2020, How do you feel...

Once again the failure of our school supervisors has become apparent with the publishing of the Brainerd High School yearbook. A very political page was printed that should not have been allowed, "The question TRUMP 2K2017-2K2020, How do you feel about him?" A student response was, " I would like to behead him, I do not like him."

This is not to be blamed on the student, it must be directed to the staff person with responsibility for the yearbook and the principle of the school. No excuses, no apologies, just fire them.

Our schools are infested with unaccountable employees who seem to answer to no one except the union.

Once again I say fire them now, no more apologies just action. Lets drain the swamp here in Brainerd.

Daryl Bahma

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Brainerd

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