Susan and Tim Norris of Lenexa applauded as a speaker encouraged the Shawnee Mission School Board to reverse their ban on teachers and staff wearing safety pins at a November 2016 school board meeting. A new board policy enacted this week states that speakers who address the board cannot complain about individual board members or school employees.
Susan and Tim Norris of Lenexa applauded as a speaker encouraged the Shawnee Mission School Board to reverse their ban on teachers and staff wearing safety pins at a November 2016 school board meeting. A new board policy enacted this week states that speakers who address the board cannot complain about individual board members or school employees. Tammy Ljungblad
Susan and Tim Norris of Lenexa applauded as a speaker encouraged the Shawnee Mission School Board to reverse their ban on teachers and staff wearing safety pins at a November 2016 school board meeting. A new board policy enacted this week states that speakers who address the board cannot complain about individual board members or school employees. Tammy Ljungblad

No complaints about school officials during open forum, Shawnee Mission board says

November 30, 2017 03:40 PM

UPDATED December 01, 2017 11:38 AM

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