It’s a shame that the desegregation plan that’s being forced on us did not embrace a diversity of ideas.Continue reading →
She was convinced that we were segregating her little brother to an orphanage, and SHE. WAS. NOT. HAVING. IT.Continue reading →
Dr. Wardynski’s actions show us that financial concerns will trump educational ones with this administration.Continue reading →
Assuming that the Hearing Impaired and Visually Impaired teachers do not have their own classrooms, there should be 167 Special Education teacher who do. 167 classrooms and 126 aides. This means that we potentially have 41 special needs classrooms in our system with only one adult in the room. One.Continue reading →
Look, I recognize that there are central office positions that need to be filled. I’m sure the system does need a CFO. (Although, I would like to see the former CFO salary taken off the books before we add yet another one at $114,000 a year.) But the classroom staffing needs should be a much higher priority.Continue reading →
An understaffed classroom is an unsafe classroom.
So how did we get to the precipice we’re facing on August 8th?
At a stop on his “listening tour” (a part of his 60 Day Entry Plan) yesterday at 10:00am, I was able to ask Dr. Wardynski one direct question. I asked, “Dr. Wardynski, is the school system going to be in a place to meet the requirements of IEPs on August 8th?” To this question Dr. Wardynski responded, […]Continue reading →
Occasionally I’m told that my expectations of the school system are unreasonable. I often feel that the school board believes that. Heck, Dr. Moore all but told me that I was being so once. But occasionally I hear this from someone who doesn’t have something to gain by telling me I’m being unreasonable. So are […]Continue reading →