We will not sit back and watch our children's educations degraded to the minimum standards the state will allow, especially when the laws do not require those standards.
The plaintiffs appear to have sought to replace the term “minimum” allowable standards with “maximum” allowable standards, but that is not the law in our Commonwealth.
The plaintiffs want to prioritize tax refunds over the interests of our children. We must stay focused on our and the Commonwealth’s paramount interest, quality public education for our children
WE STAND FOR
Protecting Our School Funding
Our public schools cannot afford to lose vital funding for our diverse programs and passionate teachers.
Protecting Our Right to Vote
As taxpayers we cannot lose our voting rights for top-tier public education.
Will you Join Us?
BAD FOR OUR SCHOOLS.
$55 million lawsuit
BAD FOR OUR COMMUNITY.
Our school district is being sued.
The plaintiff is demanding we give up control over our schools.
Your right to vote for top-tier public education is being challenged.
Did you know?
10 of our schools are being sued.
PROTECT YOUR CHILD
This lawsuit may impact your child.
MEET OUR BOARD
Jane is an attorney (J.D. Cornell 1983) , realtor at Berkshire Hathaway, entrepreneur, and proud mother of 5 boys, 4 of whom have graduated from LMSD public schools, and one of whom is currently a student at Welsh Valley. She lives in LMSD and is a strong believer that strong public schools are the backbone of strong communities.
Daniel is a graduate of Harvard Business School ( MBA 1997), a realtor with Keller Williams, and proud father of two, a daughter who attends Penn Valley Elementary School and a son who attends a local private school. Daniel lives in LMSD and is a passionate advocate for strong public schools because he believes they benefit everyone in our community.
A plea for help from Danielle Arnold-Schwartz, an LMSD mother and teacher, recipient of Villanova University's Teacher of Courage & Conscience award, and a passionate national advocate for first class public education.