Stress academics at Lourdes

I agree with Rick Lee and Paul Theobald on their well-thought-out arguments for Lourdes High School remaining where it is now.

Certainly it would be nice to have three gyms and a large theater and their own football and baseball fields. But wouldn't it be better to put the emphasis on classroom and academic space?

As the writers say, "in the end it is the people (teachers, coaches, parents, students) who matter." That’s where I’d like any dollars I might contribute to go.

Regina Raring


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