Prof. Wagstaff wrote:Arlene Silveira wrote:Last night at the Board meeting, we made some modifications to the policy for the naming of a new school...
On August 13 we'll talk about the possible involvement of a community-based naming committee in the process. Following that discussion, we should be ready to open up the process to accepting new name nominations.
Talk, talk, talk.
I am flabbergasted that it takes more than three meetings to even get to the point where you can begin to discuss nominating names!
I'm with Joyce - this is so exceedingly unimportant that the idea that intelligent adults with better things to do are wasting all this energy not just determining what to name a school, but what the process by which you can even begin to consider how to name a school... I just lost my train of thought because this whole thing is so damn stupid.
Problem Solved: From now on, there will be no discussion and no nominations. Here is a list of Wisconsin birds. Start at the top and work your way through. No discussion necessary. Yeeesh!
Hee. Seriously, I can't believe the amount of time spent on this issue. A community based naming committee? I can guarantee that this will only lead to wanking about who is or is not on the committee.