Wednesday, August 23, 2006
Judge Moody dissolves his order and allows state to shut Paron down
In a devestating blow to the children, parents, and supporters of Paron High School, Judge Moody reversed himself and dissolved the order keeping Paron open. The State and Bryant School District swept in to close the school by Thursday of this week. We are so grateful to the kids and parents of Paron who fought so hard and endured sooooo much from the Little Rock elite.
Paron has shown the rest of us that we can win - maybe not this time, but the facts and studies are on our side. By fighting back and exposing the agenda that really exists in Little Rock, they have made history. We now must pick up the battle and elect a new Governor, new Attorney General, new legislators and take back our rural way of life.
We lost this battle, but thanks to the people of Paron we now know we can win the war. Join us by signing up at the home page.
Saturday, August 12, 2006
Paron gets new hearing
Arkansas News reports on Judge Moody's ruling which grants Paron one last chance to keep their school open. We in the rest of the state are pulling for Paron and so grateful for the fight they have put up.
Friday, August 11, 2006
Paron survives to fight another day.
Today Judge Jay Moody denied the State Department of Education's Motion to dismiss the case for improper venue. This was a delay tactic that succeeded. We will have a hearing next Friday - only 3 days before school is to begin. Keep Ron Crawford,the parents, children, and supporters of Paron in your prayers this next week.
Judge to rule on Venue Issue in Paron case today
Today Judge Moody will rule as to whether Paron has proper venue to sue the State Board of Education and Bryant school district in Pulaski County.
Friday, August 04, 2006
Save Rural Schools
Save rural schools' blog will be coming soon.