For months parents have pleaded with Superintendent Anne Wilson and Committee members for clarity:
- What is the real reason behind Donahue's dismissal?
- Why were parents lied to about her sudden absence?
- If no child were in danger, why was Fardig put on paid leave and a 51A filed against him?
The questions go on and on.
And despite an online No Confidence petition against Wilson that has garnered more than 180 signatures, the Committee not only has given her its full support, but it also recently extended her contract and awarded her with a raise.
In just a few short months, Sudbury parents and other residents will have the final say when Annual Town Election takes place. Vice Chair Lisa Gutch is up for re-election, although she hasn't publicly committed to running again.
Whether she decides to run, we're asking you, the Sudbury voter, whom would you like to see in that seat?
Tell us in the comments section below.