Just last week, controversy surrounded the Rossford Exempted Village School District over a Christian rock band the was prevented from playing at an in-school, anti-drug rally.
But based on attendance at last night's quarterly superintendent's forum, you would never know it: Three parents showed up for the forum to discuss projected boosts in school enrollment, the failed school levy, and other issues with Superintendent Luci Gernot and three other district officials.
"We usually get between 10 and 60 parents at these things," Ms. Gernot said as she helped set up chairs 15 minutes before the meeting in Bulldog Hall in the Bulldog Center.
"This is very, very unusual" - and "a little surprising," Ms. Gernot said after the meeting. "Maybe people just don't have questions right now."
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