Note: Fraudulent manipulation of federal school funding also reveals foreknowledge of intent to perpetrate a mock school shooting as a weaponized psychological operation upon consumers of mass media propaganda.
Lets see how they did it!
I will always remember my math teacher making sure that we double-checked our math work.
Show me how you did it Wolfgang.
That always scared me because now I have to walk him through my math problem solved step by step.
That is the methodology that we are going to use. Step by Step: An Illusion is all about Deception.
There are controlling us and me by telling us to look here (misinformation), then they will tell you to look over there (misdirection) and before you know it the Magician completes his trick and we believe he actually did it, those of us with common sense know that it was simply a trick and he fooled us.
Let’s take a look at how they in Monroe, CT and Newtown, CT school board and town officials deceived The United States Federal Communications Commission. (FCC).
I am posting this before I disappear if you know what I mean.
The photos show the application of both Monroe and Newtown, CT school boards for E-Rates funding.
Both applications are submitted in the school year 2011.
Both applications are approved for the 2012 school year funding.
Why does Chalk Hill Middle School show up in the Newtown CT school board school listings in 2011?
Why does Chalk Hill Middle School NOT show up in the Monroe CT school listings in 2011?
So, now the deception is that the Newtown CT school board is receiving Federal funds for Chalk Hill Middle school in 2012 when the Newtown, CT school board did not even have discussion with Monroe CT school board until 2013 for using Chalk Hill Middle school?
Huge Government Fraud and now you have the evidence.
Chalk Hill: The Best School Money Could Buy
Of eight new schools built in Connecticut in 1969, Chalk Hill came in at the lowest cost with a comparable facility. On Wednesday, it will house Sandy Hook Elementary School.
By Bill Bittar, Patch Staff – Jan 2, 2013 2:43 am ET
Richardson Simon Seng (FB): This local article (above) is from Jan 2, 2013, immediately after the Sandy Hook event, describing how the students from SH will resume classes at Chalk, a mothballed school in the neighboring town of Monroe, CT.
Hence your 4 points & questions illuminate something is amiss, and if so, Newton CT could be defrauding the Federal government (at least):
1. Both applications are submitted in the school year 2011.
2. Both applications are approved for the 2012 school year funding. [Why would federal funds be asked for Chalk if it’s been mothballed? Minimal maintenance???]
3. Why does Chalk Hill Middle School show up in the Newtown CT school board school listings in 2011? [The school is in the neighboring town of Monroe, to the south of Newtown. Is there paperwork anywhere showing that that this mothballed school was absorbed by Newtown prior to 2012?]
4. Why does Chalk Hill Middle School NOT show up in the Monroe CT school listings in 2011?