With regard to the recent story about the school committee member and volunteer remedial reading tutor, Phyllis Sprout, I did not see any of her side of the incident.
What about the statement Ms. Sprout voluntarily made to the Mashpee police? Any thoughts of publishing that? Seems to me that a person who has volunteered her time and expertise for years and served most recently with honor on the school committee should be given the consideration of telling her side of the story and listened to without prejudice. What happened to the “innocent until proven guilty” premise?
Elizabeth B. Kelley