Sachem superintendent acknowledges letter complaints
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Sachem's school chief acknowledged in an interview Wednesday night that he recently received parent complaints that students were required to write letters to Albany seeking state financial assistance for the district.
Superintendent James Nolan said he had contacted school principals to remind them that any such correspondence campaign must be voluntary. State legal rulings bar schools from...