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Ms. Sandy Herdle

Wrong Sandy Herdle?
Phone: (540) ***-****  HQ Phone
Jouett Elementary School
315 Jouett School Rd.
Mineral, Virginia 23117
United States

 
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Ms. Sandy Herdle, ...
www.louisa-county.com, 20 Nov 2013 [cached]
Ms. Sandy Herdle, Chesterfield County, stated she works at Jouett Elementary School. Ms. Herdle said the School Board has put a lot of time into putting together the budget based on needs within the schools. Ms. Herdle said those needs come from the School Board asking each school what they need from positions to textbooks and everything in between. Ms. Herdle said Mr. Wright has been the only one that has taken time to come visit Jouett.
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Ms. Herdle stated when a third of a part of the budget is cut, that affects other things within the school system as well. Ms. Herdle said the reason everyone does as well as they do is because of the support from the central office, the secretaries and the custodial staff.
Ms. Herdle stated historically in Louisa, there was a time when two Boards worked together. Ms. Herdle said imagine what could be done today if this was still the case. Ms. Herdle said it is time to focus on the students and their needs now because they are the future and they dont deserve to go another year without a new school. Ms. Herdle said each year that goes by is costing the County more than money. Ms. Herdle said her opinion is that instead of spending time complaining about designs of the new school, the Boards should focus more on what goes on in each building, spend time visiting and get a real sense of what is needed. Ms. Herdle said the fact remains that architects receive awards for designs that meet the needs and construction managers remain in business because of their reputations for getting projects done on time and under budget. Ms. Herdle said the new school will likely be built at very little savings and will likely be lacking what is needed. Ms. Herdle said the longer the project is put off, the more costly it is financially and in so many other ways. Ms. Herdle said the Schools are now losing Dr. Melton to the city of Fredericksburg.
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Ms. Herdle said Dr. Melton has implemented the effective schools process and Louisa County has come so far in the last nine years.
Ms. Sandy Herdle, ...
www.louisacounty.com, 20 Mar 2012 [cached]
Ms. Sandy Herdle, Chesterfield County, stated she works at Jouett Elementary School. Ms. Herdle said the School Board has put a lot of time into putting together the budget based on needs within the schools. Ms. Herdle said those needs come from the School Board asking each school what they need from positions to textbooks and everything in between. Ms. Herdle said Mr. Wright has been the only one that has taken time to come visit Jouett.
...
Ms. Herdle stated when a third of a part of the budget is cut, that affects other things within the school system as well. Ms. Herdle said the reason everyone does as well as they do is because of the support from the central office, the secretaries and the custodial staff.
Ms. Herdle stated historically in Louisa, there was a time when two Boards worked together. Ms. Herdle said imagine what could be done today if this was still the case. Ms. Herdle said it is time to focus on the students and their needs now because they are the future and they dont deserve to go another year without a new school. Ms. Herdle said each year that goes by is costing the County more than money. Ms. Herdle said her opinion is that instead of spending time complaining about designs of the new school, the Boards should focus more on what goes on in each building, spend time visiting and get a real sense of what is needed. Ms. Herdle said the fact remains that architects receive awards for designs that meet the needs and construction managers remain in business because of their reputations for getting projects done on time and under budget. Ms. Herdle said the new school will likely be built at very little savings and will likely be lacking what is needed. Ms. Herdle said the longer the project is put off, the more costly it is financially and in so many other ways. Ms. Herdle said the Schools are now losing Dr. Melton to the city of Fredericksburg.
...
Ms. Herdle said Dr. Melton has implemented the effective schools process and Louisa County has come so far in the last nine years.
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