Maybe it's time to strictly scrutinize actual home addresses of the students, instead of just letting them write down the address of a relative/friend in order to attend the fancy new school. Or, if that is not the root of the problem, then it's obvious that rezoning needs to be happen. Or perhaps turn Tyner back into a regular school? I'm sure Tyner has capacity to handle 300 additional students easily.
Are you sure that YOU don't need to go back to school for a grammar lesson?
The subject of the sentence is "equipment", not "computers". So, if you take the qualifying clause out of the sentence, it reads "Classroom equipment was purchased".
I don't see what's so far-fetched about it. After all, we've elected people with less experience than she has, right?
A "botched robbery"? Really? Sounds like a gang initiation to me.
It's interesting how they are dismissing the drop from 1100 downtown workers to 300 with simple mentions of shifting to HP and increased work-at-home. While some of that may be true, they forgot to mention all of the recent layoffs in the last couple of years. Oh yeah, I forgot, that doesn't make for good press for them.