One Day in the District

In one you school you had the governor’s husband reading to kids:

On Monday the first gentleman, or “First Mike” as he prefers, stopped by Kitsap Lake Elementary School to read author Jon Scieszka’s wolf-perspective book, “The True Story of the 3 Little Pigs,” to 35 third-graders gathered in teacher Diane Hansen’s classroom.

In another school you had employees cleaning up after someone fired shots into the school in wee hours, around 2:30 in the morning:

The drive-by vandalism comes on the heels of the arrest of five students at the high school last Tuesday, the culmination of a two-month investigation that resulted in 30 felony drug and firearms charges against 17 juveniles and adults.

Police aren’t saying the investigation and vandalism are related, “but it is something we’ll be investigating,” Detective Sgt. Kevin Crane said.

3 thoughts on “One Day in the District

  1. I would like to see our police agencies utilize their reserves and qualified people to patrol our schools.
    Why not add hidden cameras in key places around the schools?
    The early morning shooting SHOULD HAVE BEEN seen by a camera or person/s on a stake out!
    Jump on this before someone gets hurt…catch these people and lock them up.
    There is a time to stop talking and go into action. This may well be one of those times. What is a kid’s life worth?
    What do you think?
    Sharon O’Hara

  2. I would like to see the Mayor focus on making Bremerton a safer place to live and go to school rather than putting together a corporate welfare package for out of state corporations like NASCAR.

  3. Without a growth plan, Bremerton will flush away again and attract the same element we’re trying to get rid of…Drug slums …
    The Mayor has vision and good people with him…
    Sharon O’Hara

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