"Great communities are known for having great schools. As an advocate for business and an advocate for our community, the Ferndale Chamber knows this and is committed to supporting opportunities to invest in our community’s future. People choose to live in cities with amazing schools that have great athletics, arts, and overall education because it … Continue reading Letter to the Editor: Ferndale Chamber Supports Investing in the Future
"My parents, and tens of millions like them, lived through the Great Depression, then fought a world war to save us from fascism. Like my father, many of those veterans never finished high school, but they worked hard to make sure every child in their community had access to a great education, and taxed themselves … Continue reading Letter to the Editor: Parents Worked to Ensure Children Had Access to a Great Education
"My name is Kristie Edwards. I am a parent of students in the Ferndale School District, a resident of Ferndale, and a supporter of the Ferndale School bond. I want to tell you what changed my 2014 school bond “no” vote to a “yes” in 2019. I was not a supporter of the 2014 school … Continue reading Letter to the Editor: Changed ‘No’ to a ‘Yes’ Vote on School Bond
Throughout the month of January, residents of the Ferndale School District will be hosting open-house gatherings, providing their neighbors an opportunity to learn more about the proposed school bond. Members of the community-led Bond Task Force will be available at each open-house to answer questions about the bond's development and contents. Below is a schedule … Continue reading Want to Learn More About the School Bond?
Letter to the Editor - My Ferndale News It’s time for Ferndale residents to move past old grudges and approve a school bond that will provide our youth the facilities needed for a 21st century education. It’s easy to find fault in every School Bond request and it’s easy to complain about it costing too … Continue reading LTE: Move Past Old Grudges and Approve a School Bond