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Letter to the Editor
Saturday, Feb. 1, 2014, 9:00 p.m.
 

Just a follow-up to the “On the ‘Watch List'” item regarding the Greensburg Catholic Diocese in “Greensburg Laurels & Lances” : We, the parents of students at Greensburg Central Catholic Junior-Senior High School, were informed on Dec. 24 that we would continue to have a part-time administrator, possibly through the end of the academic year.

How is it acceptable to have an elderly nun running a school part-time when parents are paying tuition for a full-time principal? We still have no answers or explanations from the bishop or his support staff.

I think the Greensburg Catholic Diocese has a lot of explaining to do. Perhaps it should move from your “Watch List” to your “Lance” list.

Anne Stegman

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