Thu, 13 Sep 2012 6:03p.m.
A controversial proposal by the Govt is to merge five eastern suburb schools.
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13/09/2012 8:00:57 p.m.
Julie Matthews wrote:
It is astounding that the current Key government would consider putting the boot into eastern christchurch after we didn't vote for them last election. Or is it. Key is more a Putin that an Obama. Watch out. Pussy Riot is coming.
13/09/2012 8:00:11 p.m.
Rebbecca Richmond wrote:
Where is the justification for Manning to be closed? There are new sub-divisions being built out this way, on the west side. Where would our children go? Intermediates is a good transition from primary to high school as this could be scary if the children are not ready.
13/09/2012 7:55:26 p.m.
Chelsea Halliwell wrote:
Dear Hekia Parata, when you are finished confounding Cantabs with your mixed up, politically influenced, munted proposals to merge and close our thriving and committed schools, give me a call. I'd be happy to come up with a communications strategy for you, despite you apparently believing you don't need one. At all.
13/09/2012 7:03:43 p.m.
It wasn't all that long ago that people on this side of town were petitioning on getting another high school over by burwood hospital
13/09/2012 6:52:52 p.m.
i go to aranui high schhol and i dont think that putting all the east side schools together is a good idea.
all its going to do is give more of a change for students to drop out when they turn 16.
i will be year 13 when this new school is meant to open and i wont go i dont see why the school boards, parents and students dont come together and protest against this shit plan
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