Citizens United for Education met Wednesday, March 21, in the meeting room of the Crandon Public Library. The group supported the move by the Crandon School Board to suspend Crandon School District Superintendent Dr. Douglas Kryder, pending an investigation, at a special school board meeting on March 15. However, the group says that some school board members need to be replaced to protect the educational and safety needs of the students. The consensus was that the school board was doing “too little too late.”
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