During last week's SEEDA Board meeting, it was discussed that perhaps an investigation or some type of exit interview process be conducted on the Sheridan Quality Child Care Initiative Board to determine exactly what went wrong that lead to the Center closing in early June. Several SEEDA Board members, including Chairman Dr. Paul Young expressed that some type of interview may be beneficial to SEEDA and to the public in general.
SEEDA Member and Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey echoed what he said in the recent meeting, that SEEDA should focus on moving forward, not looking back.
SEEDA has made no decision on whether to sit down with the SQCCI Board as of yet. However; we hope to find out this week if there indeed will be some type of exit interview conducted.
If you would like to weigh in with your opinion on the matter, you can take part in our Bank of Sheridan/sheridanmedia.com poll question: “Should the SEEDA Board investigate Hand in Hand's finances to try to determine why it failed?” You can tune in Friday to the Jackson Electric Open Line at 9:10 am on News Talk 930 KROE to hear the results.