Sunday, March 04, 2012

Here is what's playing this week on Eye on Oshkosh

Be sure to join us starting Monday, Mar. 5 when Cheryl and Dan are joined in the first segment by Bob Tess and Shelly Muza from the Oshkosh Area Scholl District to hear the specifics regarding the Oaklawn Elementary School situation and why so many in the community are advocating for a new Oaklawn to be built. While, as district employees, they cannot take a position for or against, they do lay out the various reasons why something needs to be done with Oaklawn as it stands today, what it will cost to build a new Oaklawn and how that will affect taxpayers, what will happen if the school is not approved, and how the proposed school differs from the current Oaklawn. In the second segment, Cheryl and Dan are joined by a former Oaklawn teacher and a former parent of Oaklawn students to hear about the 60th anniversary celebration they and others are planning to commemorate the school’s existence and evolution through the years. Because of its importance, this program will air for two weeks.

In the Oshkosh area, "Eye on Oshkosh" can be seen Mondays at 7 p.m., Thursdays at 1 p.m. and Saturdays at 6 p.m. on local cable access channel 2 (Time Warner Cable). Check with your local cable company or its TV listings for replay times in other, more outlying areas. “Eye on Oshkosh” also may air at times other than just those listed. Check the guide on your cable access channel for other days and times, as well. "Eye on Oshkosh" is copyrighted and any unauthorized copying or use of any portion of the program is strictly prohibited by law.


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