Each month, APPS publishes our “Eyes on the SRC” in which we select some of the resolutions to be voted on at the next meeting for perusal and analysis. As of this writing, the SRC has posted 129 resolutions for the June 16 Action Meeting. Eight of those resolutions involve charter school renewals or amendments to other charters. Two resolutions involve approvals of the charter licenses for John Wister Mastery Charter School and Global Leadership Academy at Huey Charter School as part of the Renaissance program. One resolution re-establishes Kenderton Elementary as a District operated neighborhood school.
There are too many resolutions in The Academic Payments/Contracts for APPS to investigate before Thursday’s meeting. Many of these resolutions involve the outsourcing of services and involve millions of dollars. We encourage you to look them over. You can access them on the School District’s website.
At its May 28 meeting, the SRC again tabled the resolutions on the non-renewals of Aspira Olney High School and Aspira Stetson Middle School.
This month, without explanation, the SRC has failed to post the resolutions on non-renewal of the two Aspira schools. In addition, non-renewal resolutions for two Universal schools, Audenried and Vare, have disappeared since being postponed two meetings ago. Will the SRC tell the public what is happening and whether or not the process is continuing? Or is this process taking place behind closed doors?
Please note: there is a second Action meeting this month: Thursday, June 30 @ 4:30 PM.
To register to speak at either one, call 215-400-4180 before 4:30 PM the day before the meeting.