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The Ridgewood Board of Education meets Monday, March 21, 2022 49 Cottage Place 7:00 PM

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Ridgewood NJ, the Ridgewood Board of Education meets Monday, March 21, 2022 49 Cottage Place 7:00 PM.

The public can view, listen and comment during the public comment period of the meeting via:
  • In-person attendance at the Education Center (following pandemic protocols)
  • Zoom from a PC, Mac, iPad, iPhone or Android device
    • Meeting ID 870-1302-7741
    • Password: 32107450
    • Use the “raise hand” button to make a comment
  • Phone at:  646-558-8656
    • Password: 32107450
    • Press *9 to make a comment
The public can also watch from home via the BOE Webcast on the district website or on Fios Channel 33.

The next Regular Public Meeting is Monday, April 4, 2022 at 7:00 PM.

14 thoughts on “The Ridgewood Board of Education meets Monday, March 21, 2022 49 Cottage Place 7:00 PM

  1. The Gorman resignation will be topic #1….

    1. Wouldn’t it be great if the truth would be told tonight so that we don’t have to go down this road again? But that would require honesty and perhaps some coming to terms with adverse behaviors and a willingness to change. Do we actually trust this crew to get it right on their second Superintendent hire in 15 months?

      1. I think Yannone answered your question. Too bad the board did not.

  2. What happened last night…?

  3. A crazed lynch mob intent on forcing a recall election targeted at the school board president and one other board trustee (2 minorities) is using the RIdgewood Moms and Dads Facebook group as their home base. What a bunch of bigoted loons.

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    1. Yet, not one of the citizens who raised concerns mentioned race as a reason for said concerns. What was cited were concerns over management issues. When everything is reduced to race, there can no longer be civil discourse. The issues that were raised by community members are issues that the BOE should address. To make an assumption about some unspoken, veiled force behind community members’ voiced concerns is intellectually dishonest.

      1. Of course the crazed lynch mob won’t say that it’s all about race! But it is. The targeted trustees don’t look like people the mob is comfortable with. Plain and simple.

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      2. You’re an absolute idiot if you think anyone would publicly say that they don’t Ms. Kwak and Mr. Dani because of the color of their respective skins. They think it, but won’t say it.

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        1. The crazed lynch mob kind of gave their racist feelings away in the last BOE election when they called on Ridgewoodians to vote for “people like us.” One needs only to go through a few of their OPRA requests to see what they were going for.

          1. It would be helpful if you could post links to primary sources to support your claim.

        2. Your concrete, literal interpretation of my reply’s first sentence indicates an inability to identify sarcasm, which was directed to the spirit of original post.

        3. You are a mind reader? You claim to know what people “think…but won’t say”. Impressive! (…and just to be clear…that’s sarcasm).

      3. Three replies that prove my point… perfectly.

  4. So now when people have covid there is zero communication to anyone? Would be helpful to know why someone, including teachers, are out for an entire week sick. Terrible decisions being made, and it’s all political.

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