WCH Superintendent visits Fayette County Retired Teachers


Tom Bailey, Washington City Schools superintendent, spoke with the Fayette County Retired Teachers at their Oct. 4 meeting held at the Grace United Methodist Church. He presented facts and figures concerning WCH schools’ proposed issue in the November election. The proposal is a 1 percent earned income tax rate as opposed to a 8.6 equivalent property tax. Funds will be used for the purpose of current expenses. After his presentation, he entertained questions and concerns from the retired teachers. Shown are Susan Stuckey, FCRT President and Tom Bailey, WCH superintendent.

Tom Bailey, Washington City Schools superintendent, spoke with the Fayette County Retired Teachers at their Oct. 4 meeting held at the Grace United Methodist Church. He presented facts and figures concerning WCH schools’ proposed issue in the November election. The proposal is a 1 percent earned income tax rate as opposed to a 8.6 equivalent property tax. Funds will be used for the purpose of current expenses. After his presentation, he entertained questions and concerns from the retired teachers. Shown are Susan Stuckey, FCRT President and Tom Bailey, WCH superintendent.


Tom Bailey, Washington City Schools superintendent, spoke with the Fayette County Retired Teachers at their Oct. 4 meeting held at the Grace United Methodist Church. He presented facts and figures concerning WCH schools’ proposed issue in the November election. The proposal is a 1 percent earned income tax rate as opposed to a 8.6 equivalent property tax. Funds will be used for the purpose of current expenses. After his presentation, he entertained questions and concerns from the retired teachers. Shown are Susan Stuckey, FCRT President and Tom Bailey, WCH superintendent.

Tom Bailey, Washington City Schools superintendent, spoke with the Fayette County Retired Teachers at their Oct. 4 meeting held at the Grace United Methodist Church. He presented facts and figures concerning WCH schools’ proposed issue in the November election. The proposal is a 1 percent earned income tax rate as opposed to a 8.6 equivalent property tax. Funds will be used for the purpose of current expenses. After his presentation, he entertained questions and concerns from the retired teachers. Shown are Susan Stuckey, FCRT President and Tom Bailey, WCH superintendent.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2018/10/web1_IMG_1554.jpgTom Bailey, Washington City Schools superintendent, spoke with the Fayette County Retired Teachers at their Oct. 4 meeting held at the Grace United Methodist Church. He presented facts and figures concerning WCH schools’ proposed issue in the November election. The proposal is a 1 percent earned income tax rate as opposed to a 8.6 equivalent property tax. Funds will be used for the purpose of current expenses. After his presentation, he entertained questions and concerns from the retired teachers. Shown are Susan Stuckey, FCRT President and Tom Bailey, WCH superintendent.