Bower: District faces ‘no-win situation’ in fall

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Board approves Aug. 10 fall start

  • Business manager Denise Boseman (left) swears in DJ Carr as a new member of the CPCISD school board. Carr was later nominated and elected to serve as the board’s president, a position he held before he resigned. Staff photo by Todd Kleiboer
    Business manager Denise Boseman (left) swears in DJ Carr as a new member of the CPCISD school board. Carr was later nominated and elected to serve as the board’s president, a position he held before he resigned. Staff photo by Todd Kleiboer
Como-Pickton CISD Superintendent Dr. Greg Bower issued a dire warning about a fall start at the school board’s regular meeting Monday, stating the district is faced with a “no-win situation” on reopening the campus. “No matter what you do, it’s not to satisfy all the staff,” Bower said. “No matter what you do, it’s not going to satisfy all of the community. No matter what we do, it’s not going…

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