Parents of students who participated in cheerleader tryouts this spring expressed concern Monday night to school trustees regarding the fairness of the system, and indicated not only a desire to see an improved selection process before next year’s selection, but also fairness for all this year.
A local resident Monday night expressed to school trustees his disapproval of Sulphur Springs Independent School District’s proposed $48 million school bond election, and offered alternative suggestions.
“I’m for education. There’s needs. I’m for spending only on things that are necessities,” Bob Burns told SSISD trustees during the public forum portion of Monday night’s SSISD board meeting.