Cook-Wissahickon School Community Speaks Out Against Split Grade Classes, Demands Full Funding!

The school yard at Cook Wissahickon Elementary high up on the Ridge was the scene of a boisterous speak out by parents and their children who are fired up about losing more teachers and the prospect of split grade classes. They were joined by school staff, Jerry Jordan from the PFT and PCAPS activists from around the city. This was one of eight rallies at schools in every part of the city as part of the Full Funding Friday Campaign.

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One Response to Cook-Wissahickon School Community Speaks Out Against Split Grade Classes, Demands Full Funding!

  1. cheryl marshall says:

    I was there and I think the school district waited too late to move teachers. These children have formed relationships with their teachers. It’s practically November. If anyone is truly thinking about what’s best for the children they wouldn’t move these teachers and split up the bond they have made for this 2013-2014 schoolyear.

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