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Old 08-29-2011, 03:08 PM
Location: Montrose, NY
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What is the deal with this administration? If the rumors running rampant through the school are true, then we have a serious problem on our hands.
[LEFT]This principal allegedly has no morals. How can he with a straight face say that he is giving "words of wisdom" to the kids, but then commit illicit acts with his subordinates on school grounds. This guy is hopeless, having carnal acts with your underlings in school offices after classes have ended just means that you have been at the school too long. Time for him to look for another job, because his moral compass is broken! He needs to refocus and remember what leadership means to a school and a community. The children of our community deserve better leadership if these allegations are true. It might be time for the District office and the Board to do a formal investigation on HHHS's esteemed leader![/LEFT]
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Old 08-31-2011, 10:51 AM
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Wow.... I also heard some of the rumors regarding the Principal and another AP that works at the H.S. The Board should launch an investigation into any allegations of misconduct, so hopefully these rumors can be proven false, and the business of teaching our kids can continue without distraction. The last thing that this school district needs is another scandal, especially after the cross burning incident in 07.
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Old 09-21-2011, 06:07 AM
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I remember going to this HS back when it was drama free. It wasn't that long ago when I was proud to say that I was a graduate of this school. Preparing kids for college and giving them tools to face challenges that might present themselves, as they become working-class adults was the goal of the administrators back then. I truly hope that some of the things that are said to be going on between some of the administrators in the H.S. is just hallway chatter, because some of this behavior would be better served in one's home, or a motel/hotel, not inside schools during lunch breaks/free periods, or after the school day has ended. If any of this horror movie is true then the board and the district office shouldn't rugsweep or minimize the damage that these actions have inflicted on the school district's psyche. Albany would probably have some questions regarding the morality clauses in the contracts that these public officials sign. Shouldn't we be talking about the 3R's when it comes to our schools?
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Old 09-29-2011, 02:36 PM
Location: Cortlandt Manor
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Seems like our kids end up being the biggest losers when we hear rumors like these. Morality issues aside, the board would probably view honor and integrity with greater intensity, as these values stick out more so as to what kind of a person would lead our children through the wonder years. The time spent making sure that the school day is run smoothly and wisely is the job of the administrators. So if some of the administrators want to canoodle together on a Friday night that's their prerogative. I don't think it's smart to do that after staff and cleaning crews have gone home, especially when there no scheduled events or activities going on in the building, because it just ensures that any rumors and idle chatter continue. Sure, if they act like teenagers at the school prom long after the school day has ended, whether on or off campus, then eyebrows should be raised. I would more question their judgement than their morality. Blowing off steam on a Friday night is what the workforce has been doing for ages, but because we are talking about the gatekeepers of our children's education, we hold them to a higher standard. Along with morality questions are also questions about a lack of judgement it seems.
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