I don't have any problem with a nominal fee for bus service, with some sort of vetting program so that those kids whose families truly can't afford it won't be left out. $100 a semester is $25 a month. Skip one dinner out a month and you've covered the bus for the semester.
Sounds like it'll be under $200 per ad. You could have some fun with that.
I guess I don't really get the outrage. They sold ads to help pay for the High School Yearbook, iirc, and the school newspaper. There are vending machines in many schools. There's Channel One and lots of branded curricula.
So far, the community response has been positive, Wellman said, with five businesses involved, including Chick-fil-A, Bee Caves Dermatology, Lake Hills Montessori School and Radiant Plumbing.
There's been enough slippery slopes in terms of advertisers and advertising, I'm surprised that anyone thinks we should until another example of it comes up before we do anything.
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