Firefly: the alleged corruption is a South Bay issue. I, for one, would question a representative of the teachers who did not speak up. While I do not know Mr. Anguiano personally I have observed him for the past several years stand and speak on behalf of the students and teachers. In my opinion, his efforts and his words are/were that of a president who took his job seriously. Interesting that you attempt to insinuate that he is not viewed favorably by those he represents. Those educators who are brave enough to not only attend board meetings but speak against the alleged corruption have displayed and voiced much admiration for Anguiano.
Fireflycobra, interesting "handle". - almost sounds like a name John McCann DREAMT he would be called if only he had been born John Wayne instead of John McCann.
In closing there is a union president who did/ does back Ms. Quinones, and it is not Mr. Anguiano - I base this on Mr. Anguiano's board meeting comments which can be verified by on line board audio.
In my opinion Sweetwater has enough legal issues on its hands without risking a lawsuit on separation of church and state. I don't even think it sets a good example to the students for the district to flaunt the constitution.
wow if timtim is indeed a product of the sweetwater education system they have another thing to be embarrassed about.
Daniel Powell 8:36 a.m., Dec. 21
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