Swedeborg OKs selling classroom trailer for $1, free removal by buyer on Pulaski County Daily News
Lee's Summit has a few of these trailers. With an $8.6 million administration center, a $12 million aquatice center, and an updated Miller Center that was not good enough for the administration, but is ok for those kids that no one wants to deal with, it looks as though Lee's Summit could afford something better than trailers.
We have $250,000 band uniforms and astroturf on the football fields. Not too mention all of the other things that are really not needed.
We have the second highest tax levy in the area. We spend the least amount of money per student. Our teachers are not the highest paid. Where does all of your tax money go? To capital projects.
We may not be offering the best services, paying our teachers the best wages, spending what other districts do on our students, but our buildings, band and football fields look good. And the adminstration has a building with all of the bells and whistles.