Parents and community members concerned about what they call a "downward spiral of education" in the Susquehanna Township School District will meet again Monday night.
Last month, former teachers spoke out at a community meeting, saying they retired early because administrators punished them for voicing concerns about curriculum changes and what they described as a total lack of discipline in the schools.
Superintendent Susan Kegerise addressed some of the issues at a school board meeting last month, saying she's implemented more AP classes, full-day Kindergarten and a cyber school. She also said she wants parents to continue to come out to school board meetings to express their concerns.
Monday's meeting will focus on solutions and the upcoming school board election. The meeting begins at 7 p.m. at the Ridgeway Community Church across from the high school.