It’s one of the reasons Brewster has agreed to let a new charter school occupy a portion of his middle school campus and athletic facility on a temporary basis.
“It’s good for the families that we will compete,” he said Tuesday, referring to Lighthouse Academies of Oklahoma City. “We’ll have to provide the best academic option for our kids to keep our families, and I think that’s very healthy.” ...
“The more quality schools we can provide for Oklahoma City kids, the better,” Brewster said.
Now that is refreshing.