|McKim, right, arrives at Glenora|
To his credit, Mr McKim did not avoid the assembled parents. When his limousine pulled up close to the school's front door, he stepped from the car and walked back to the road in order to speak to the protesters. With two police officers and a plain-clothed security guard on hand, the minister was never in any danger.
A large media contingent was again on hand. The ABC News report can be read here.
At 9am tomorrow (Friday) the community will have its chance to put the case for Glenora's school future to representatives of the Education Department. The Save Glenora Action Group's Facebook page is being updated frequently.