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Nancy Alvarado

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The Ontario School

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The Ontario School

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Ontario School in 2011 location is Queen's Landing, Niagara on the Lake, Ontario....more

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Ontario School Board member Nancy Alvarado said moving ahead with a merger that would raise property taxes so much would not only hurt Ontario's chances of a successful bond measure, it would also hurt future bond measures by school districts.


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During the work session, Ontario School Board member Nancy Alvarado voiced frustration at not being able to report more to the public what it is the School Board is doing.
She also expressed concern about getting people on the SIG planning committee who are visionary and will be able to come up with ideas that will turn the high school around. It's just where we're at," Alvarado said.


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After a brief overview of how the school district reached this point in being eligible to receive the grant, of which the district can ask for $2 million a year for three years, Ontario School Board member Nancy Alvarado emphasized how important it is for everybody to be included in the process of turning the high school around.
"I almost feel like we're starting a crusade of how we can all work together," she said. That was a top concern of Alvarado, who incorporated that language in her motion, and it was shared by other School Board members. Alvarado, who had previously thought the turnaround model, which would have required that only 50 percent of the staff be rehired, might be a better path to follow for the school district, said she changed her mind after reading more information since last week's board meeting. What really swayed her, she said, was the information that indicated greater, lasting success is achieved when the most amount of "buy-in" is reached by the different people involved.


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That is also valid reasoning for Ontario School Board member Nancy Alvarado, who is a liaison between the board and the scheduling committee.
"I'm only speaking for myself, but I support a closed campus," she said.


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"I'm finding I'm not a big fan of DIBELS," Ontario School Board member Nancy Alvarado said early in the meeting.
She added, she has read studies that have scrutinized the program's effectiveness of indicating comprehension abilities, and, based on overall district scores, it appears that criticism isn't necessarily far off.


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