Residents brought concerns over last week’s administrative shakeup at Parker Junior High School to Monday’s Flossmoor District 161 Board of Education committee meeting.
Nearly 50 people attended the sometimes heated meeting, during which a number of residents peppered board members and administrators with questions and criticism on issues ranging from the current absence of a principal at Parker to test scores to the proposed 2016-17 budget.
The situation at Parker attracted the most attention during the section of the meeting reserved for audience comments, with four residents suggesting that former Homewood-Flossmoor . . .
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