There needs to be some logical heads come together and find a working solution for the city and county schools. I realize something has been set in motion by Commissioner Shull. Will anyone listen to him? Emotions are never a good thing when trying to come to a logical solution. Doing nothing will result in North becoming a single A high school with 200 kids if lucky, and the same at South within 10 years in buildings meant to house 1,500 students, or total annexation and D-B becomes a senior high school of grades 10-12 and either North or South a freshman campus, with the other a middle school. Change is coming. The question is which change do you want?