The original application for a charter school in Cheatham County was denied.
Now, the group is back at a special meeting to appeal that decision.
State Senate candidate Tony Gross is encouraging opponents to attend.
Here’s his email:
Cheatham Co To Decide on Charter Schools
We must fight back.
Friends, I need your help.
In June, we defeated a measure that would bring a controversial charter school to Cheatham County – a charter school that would draw important funds and attention away from our public schools.
Tomorrow night, the Cheatham County school board will have a special meeting to discuss the appeal of that decision. All we’ve fought for could come undone if we do not throw our full support behind our public schools tomorrow evening.
If you are able, I strongly encourage you to attend the meeting, which will be at the Ashland City Elementary School cafeteria at 6 pm. To show the strength in our numbers, we will be wearing white in support of our schools.
Public schools are the foundation of our communities, and the teachers and faculty that work there are so important in our children’s lives.
Let’s not let them down.
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