What if the District put its attention into the classroom action instead of the courtroom action?
The District did confirm the other day that a second, California-based law firm has been engaged for the McKinstry legal case. That firm was paid approximately $50,000 this month, according to the Board’s Consent Agenda. This was on top of the $50,000 paid to the highly-regarded Greener law firm in Boise, who represents the District in the matter.
That’s over $100,000 for a single month’s legal work. What would $100,000 A MONTH buy the Blaine County School District if it were focused on work in the classroom, rather than the courtroom?
Classrooms, not Courtrooms!