There will be a planning meeting for a protest of Huntsville City Schools’ refusal to make our schools safe today at 3:00 pm in the gazebo at Big Spring park. This meeting is open to anyone who is concerned about the Superintendent’s approach to using our children’s safety as a propaganda device to support his anti-school agenda.
For all those who believe that our children’s safety in school should not be put at risk for the superintendent’s political gain, this is one opportunity to let your voice be heard.
For all those who believe that our school board is more concerned about building projects and their own political futures than they are about education and our kids, this is one opportunity to let your voice be heard.
For all those who believe that the role of the district is to support our teachers and not threaten them, this is one opportunity to let your voice be heard.
For all those who are tired of parents being ignored and marginalized in the education of our kids, this is one opportunity to let your voice be heard.
You may find out more about the meeting and the planned protest of the central office on Facebook at an event sponsored by Terri Rector Michal. Please come to the planning meeting today to find out more about the protest of the abuse that Dr. Wardynski is heaping on our teachers and now even our students.
It’s past time to turn this ship around.
A few months back I had a letter to the editor Huntsville Times recommending that we have an appointed school board. The current board and the current superintend’s lack of qualifications convince me more than ever that I am right. Col Wardynski had zero experience when Robinson picked him. The newest member, another land developer, sends his kids to private school and said that he has a lot of learning to do. We have qualified people, engineers, solid citizens, rocket scientists, educators, like the we used to have whom the Mayor would have chosen.
We had no say whatsoever in the selection of the Superintendent, Jennie Robinson chose him. Jennie Robinson’s monied friends put her into a 2nd term. They gave her campaign $60,000.
We have a wonderful mayor who would have put qualified people on the board with no agendas or politics involved. Since he would be responsible for our school system, you can be sure he would pick the most qualified people the city has to offer.
Simple standards are needed. Minimum for a superintendent: 15 years in public education, including 10 in the classroom and 5 as an administrator.
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