FRHSD a recipe for alphabet soup

It’s getting tougher every day to keep things straight without a scorecard in the Free-hold Regional High School Dis-trict.

Talk of redistricting and of the construction of a new school has sparked the creation of citizens groups and municipal panels that all want to have their say.

Marlboro has an Advisory Committee on Education which is studying that community’s future as a member of the district.

There’s also the Committee for Community Education, a group which says it is dedicated to having students educated in their hometowns.

This week brought news of the formation of Citizens Organized for Regional Equality (CORE), which has formed to promote the unity and continuation of the regional high school district.

We anxiously await word of the next citizens group of the week.