Wednesday, February 3, 2016

You can run but you can't hide Dictator Iber

We know it's been a while since our last post but here is an update for all you swamp dogs about whats been going down. We are happy to see that we have lots of supporters out there still trying to make sure that Dictator Iber doesn't get away with the crap he put us through last year. We found this video clip of a protest that some people had at Ibers new school. 

Just cause he left to another school dont mean that people forgot what he did. His dictator and racist ass needs to be punished and we wont stop till then. We read that Iber tried suing MDCPS for removing him from our school and thats the only reason that hes still around. Reverse racism? Come on man, they kicked you out of here thanks to kids like us who exposed how dirty the school was, how unsafe the school was that a girl even got raped,  how bad you treated kids and teachers, and those public posts you put on the Miami Herald site and on your facebook account congratulating police for beating down on innocent black kids. So just do us all a favor and walk away from our public schools and go get a job where you are not around kids or people period ...maybe in a little cubicle in an office job somewhere. 

Another thing that went down recently was the arrest of Big Susie. We should get all the props for this since we wrote a post about it, months before it even broke the news!!! We should be given an award for our investigative work. And forget our calls to 'Free Big Susie'. We now say, Lock up Big Susie, and anyone else who knew about or helped her steal thousands of dollars from our school. Check out this new report about Big Susie:   Props to Channel 10 for this. We hope that a real investigation is done for ALL of the years that Big Susie worked at our school, so we can finally find out how much money she really stole from us. 

Like my man Akon said, "I'm locked up, they wont let me out, they wont let me out.” 

Monday, November 30, 2015

Down goes Ms. Armand!

Tonton Macoute-wannabe Ms. Kareem Armand gets a taste of her own medicine
Victory: Ms. Armand was recently forced to resign from overseeing the Social Studies Dept because she was hated so much by teachers. Nobody likes you Ms. Armand.

-She gets a thrill from harassing and retaliating against teachers and making their lives impossible (along with her partner in nastiness, Ms. Loubeau)
-Has spies in departments that serve as informants for her in order to silence her critics
- Discriminates against non-Haitians and gives favors, supplements, preferred positions, and jobs to her Haitian allies
-Under investigation from MDCPS for discrimination and retaliation towards employees


Friday, October 23, 2015

Racist Dictator (and former North Miami Senior principal) Mr. Iber to be possibly reassigned as a principal at another school … We say HELL NO!

We got this letter with an update about where Dictator Iber has been hiding and where he might go next. We gotta fight this. That crazy man has no business working at a school and he and Big Susie should be cell mates for everything they did:

On September 28, 2015 Miami Herald reporter, Christina Veiga reported that former North Miami Senior High principal Alberto Iber has received an official reprimand from Miami-Dade County Public Schools – although she never stated concretely what the reprimand entails ( Most disturbing of all was the announcement by MDCPS that Mr. Iber would soon be reassigned to another position within the District, which may include being placed as the principal of another school. We have actually received word from various reliable sources that Mr. Iber is likely to be reassigned to Hialeah Senior High School. This is completely unacceptable and the community of Hialeah, and all others in Miami-Dade, need to be concerned about the possibility of this man working with their children and leading a school again. 

Miami-Dade County schools spokeswoman Daisy Gonzalez-Diego made the outrageously ignorant statement that while Iber erred in judgment, “he had been a good principal.” Let us analyze that assertion. First of all, has Ms. Gonzalez-Diego been an employee of Mr. Iber and suffered the harassment, discrimination, and retaliation that several of his teachers (and students) were forced to endure during Mr. Iber’s tenure as principal of North Miami Middle School and North Miami Senior High School? I think not. Does this District spokesperson not know about the multiple complaints and grievances that have been filed against Mr. Iber and his administration during the past years?

Let’s get the facts straight once and for all. Mr. Iber’s removal from his position as principal of NMSH has been over-simplistically attributed to his racist comments regarding the McKinney, Texas incident.  (Note: this actually was not Iber’s only racist comment regarding recent national tragedies suffered by Black victims. He actually made several disturbing racist and elitist comments, even applauding the cops who killed Eric Garner in NYC with an illegal chokehold). Moreover, Mr. Iber was also overheard by individuals publicly praising and condoning the use of aggressive and zero tolerance policies against students. 

Thus I would like to say that people are mistaken if they truly believe that Mr. Iber is a good principal and that the sole reason for his removal was for stating his opinion.  This was actually just the last straw in a long list of derelictions of duties and tragedies that occurred during this past 2014-2015 academic school year.  Making this about free speech rights, while not taking into consideration the numerous problems that affected the school under Mr. Iber’s leadership does not even begin to skim the surface of the underlying issues.

During the past school year, Mr. Iber and his administration led a deliberate campaign of harassment against faculty, staff, and students who criticized (even just minimally) the day-to-day functioning of the school and leadership of Mr. Iber.  What is most ironic and hypocritical is that Mr. Iber and his vindictive team of inept administrators violated the free speech rights of students and faculty incessantly throughout the year and have even gone to great lengths to threaten and retaliate against vocal employees (and students!) for exercising their first amendment rights. 

Additionally, the school had been dangerously filthy and unsanitary under Mr. Iber’s watch. Last year the student and faculty restrooms were filthy and lacked basic necessities like toilet paper, paper towels, and soap. The classrooms and other school facilities were dirty and cockroach and mice infested.  Even more troubling was Mr. Iber’s lack of concern for safety in the school that most likely contributed to a spike in police-involved incidents, including fights, possession of firearms, and sexual assaults (including two gang rapes last year alone!). Moreover, under Mr. Iber’s watch the school experienced several incidents of fraud on school (master schedule) and student paperwork (schedules), and even grand theft (over $100,000 went missing from the school account). The dirty laundry list goes on. 

So the lesson to learn from this case is not free speech infringement but instead harassment against employees and students, mismanagement of a school by a dictator-like principal and his administration, and dereliction of duty that caused a climate of fear and a unsafe and unsanitary learning environment. Mr. Iber and his administration should all have been removed for these countless violations and tragedies, and not simply because of Iber’s racist comments. You may ask why the District is unwilling to admit this. The simple reason: it would have to explain why it turned a blind eye to these and other serious crimes and violations that were committed by Mr. Iber and his administration, and decided to simply keep these people in their positions as leaders of this school instead of investigating the issues and firing those responsible for these offenses.

Let us unite and not allow MDCPS to place Mr. Iber as a principal at ANY school in Miami-Dade! We are watching!

Tuesday, August 4, 2015

Our School Still Needs to be Fixed

School is around the corner and we don't want to continue going to the same craphole of a school that we went to last year. Mr. Branton, Mrs. Armand, and the rest of the administration - you saw what happened to The Dictator Iber. You better start fixing all the issues that students have been discussing on this blog and among ourselves, our parents, and friends inside and outside of the school. Did you all help cover up Mrs. Susie Easterling's (Big Susie) grand theft of over $100,000 from our low-income school? Where she at now? Isn't helping to cover up a crime a crime too? And if you didn't know how do you still have a job? Shouldn't you have known that much money was missing? It wasn't a quarter or $4 or $20. It was more than $100,000!!! Have you informed the residents of North Miami that their money was stolen and that the administration and probably even people downtown just covered up the incident so that they wouldn't get bad publicity and get in trouble? Aren't two of you former administrators who got bumped down from your old positions cuz of certain personal and professional misconduct? Does the public at North Miami know about this? Why aren't you all sittin up in CSI or suspended? That's only good for us kids? Why not for you? We know that some of you, Loubeau (cheap imitation Niki Minaj toenail) and Armand (wannabe tonton macoute) get to work at whatever time you like way past when the first bell rings and even be sneaky about it and get others to cover up for you so that people won't notice. But everybody notices. You think we are stupid? People wonder if you stay at the club whistlin with Flo Rida till the sun comes up or what. How about the way Armand and Loubeau treat teachers? Oh yeah, we've heard from teachers who told us that they get harassed by the two of you and how you give favors (like good department positions and classes) to your friends. Isn't harassment and hookin up your friends for jobs illegal? And then you have administrators like Dr. Garbutt who act nice and professional but have no courage to speak up and just let other administrators get away with doing unprofessional or illegal things that hurt our school.

So what's needed at North Miami Senior? Here's some things.

- We want to go to a school where we are treated like human beings and are allowed to voice our opinions and to learn. We don't need all those cockroaches and rats so make sure that the school is clean. If you gotta hire more custodians then hire more custodians. 

- We don't need to run around the building trying to find a bathroom with toilet paper, paper towels, or soap. Don't you all have these things in your bathroom? Are those things only good for you? Does the public and media know about this? 

- We do need a library...WITH A LIBRARIAN. Why can't we even use our own library to read, to do work, to check out books, and to do research on the computers? Why is there no librarian? You can't tell us that there is no money for a librarian. Get all that money back from Big Susie and hire a damn librarian so that we can have a functioning library. 

Stop charging us money because we don't have a school ID or are in uniform that day. Some of us don't have $2 to pay to get out of CSI and so we're stuck in there the entire day and miss class for these stupid violations. We are not criminals even if you treat us like we are. Is charging kids money even legal?

-We need to feel safe going to school. How is it that rapes happen at this school and it takes months to learn about it in the newspaper? You don't care if kids get hurt? What if this happened in the schools where your kids go? We're sure you would care then and work quickly to correct the situation. So what we need are more security guards to be hired for our school. And the administration needs to monitor the halls during period to period, in order to make sure that nobody is in the hallway after the bell rings. We need to make sure that there are not kids or people from the street inside the school because it's so easy to enter the building from all the entrances.

- We need to have smaller classes so that we can actually have a desk to sit at and do our work. Why would anybody put more kids in a class than desks? That makes no damn sense at all. Again, how would you like your own kids to have to stand up all period long or to share the floor with ants, dirt, dried up gum, etc because there are no desks for them to sit at. We don't know what part about this you don't get ... WE CANT LEARN WHEN WE GOT 35, 40, OR MORE OF US IN A CLASSROOM. WE ARE HUMAN BEINGS NOT SARDINES!!!

Show us you know what you're doing and that you actually care about the rest of the students. Thanks.

Thursday, July 16, 2015

Former North Miami Teacher Speaking Out

We keep on gettin new information about how shit really works inside our school and in Miami. Here's a letter we got from a former teacher at North Miami High who just couldn't take it any more. It's from 2012 but ain't a damn thing changed for the better yet. If our schools make our teachers feel like this who is gonna be left to give us an education? Or is the plan to have us not get an education?

One is led to believe after reading many Miami Herald articles that Miami Dade County Public Schools Superintendent Alberto Carvalho is an educational savant, a visionary who has singlehandedly saved Dade Schools and placed it near the top of the nation.  Under his leadership test scores have increased and our students are prepared to face the challenges of higher learning.  My school is among the exceptions (Edison, Central, Northwestern, Carol City, and several other low income high schools all face the same issues about to be discussed)

 The End of Course EOC testing results of the 2012 school year are as follows:
9th Grade:  Reading 26% passed   Algebra 24% passed Biology 48% passed and Geometry: 40% passed.
10th Grade:  Reading 31% Writing 79% passed. 
My school, after a lengthy investigation by the Florida Department of Education to address testing improprieties related to the school’s administration of the 2012 FCAT was awarded a letter grade of B. If you were to survey the faculty you would probably find that a vast majority of the staff believe this grade to be a travesty and not an accurate reflection of the actual school’s low level of academic success.

With the emphasis placed on test results and school grades I am wondering why the Herald did not report this, and why it took the Florida Dept. of Education almost a full year to award my school a grade of B (suspect) after allegations were made, and what were the full aspects and the final results of the investigation.

I have been in this system for over 10 years and have taught at two other high schools before being placed in this school.  After two and a half years at this school and 32 years in the work force I have found this school to be the most dysfunctional working environment I have ever been in.  It is clear that the current administration is ill prepared to carry out its duties and responsibilities as leaders, administrators, and educators.  And the lack of morals, values, and integrity is truly a concern.
This was made clear to me towards the end of my first year when two administrators made it possible for seniors to graduate without completing required recovery courses.  Almost half of the seniors enrolled in an Education 2020 recovery course had completed less than 20 to 30 percent of the course and were less than 20 to 30 percent done, however, these administrators manipulated these courses making it possible for unqualified seniors to graduate.  Using your investigative skills you should look into 2010 - 2011 school year and research the e2020 computer files.  Also crosscheck the requirements of more than half of the seniors who were allowed to graduate that year. 

The current Principal is ineffective and not respected. Day to day operations of the school is left in the hands of an incompetent, autocratic, insensitive, Vice Principal, whose mistreatment of faculty and staff and lack of management and organizational skills is legendary.

This administration is vindictive (I have personal experience) and has created an environment that is hostile and chaotic.  Anybody who speaks out is almost certain to face reprisals, and it is well known that if you’re a certain ethnicity then you will be taken care of.

Overall MDCPS rules and regulations are completely disregarded and ignored because of the administrations inability or unwillingness to properly and consistently enforce them.  Students are able to be disruptive, walk around with total impunity with the knowledge that they will face no consequences or be held accountable for their actions, thereby creating both an environment of insubordination towards administrators, teachers, and staff and a lowering of the students body’s academic achievement.
Disruptive students are allowed to flourish with the knowledge that the administration will take no action on documented referral.  With fraudulent addresses and telephone numbers on parent contact cards it is next to impossible to get parents involved in the disciplinary process.  In some cases teachers are powerless to create an environment of learning due to administrator reluctance to prosecute these disruptive kids. 
Personal experiences I have encountered with administrators have been as follows:  
·       2010 – 2011 Seniors enrolled in e2020 online recovery course required for graduation will not be required to complete the course.  This has led to seniors who were in some cases only 20 to 30 percent into the course with a failing grade and no possibility of passing to receive credit in order to graduate.
·       In the beginning of the 2011 - 2012 school year my name was used as the teacher of record for an Advanced Placement United States History class.  I am not a certified AP U.S. History teacher, nor Social Studies teacher so this is illegal. I told the administration countless times that I was not qualified to teach this class.  I was left there for 1 month wasting the student’s valuable instruction time.
·       2012 – 2013 With a classroom mixed with all grade levels there were more students then computers, however, I was told by the 12th Grade Assistant Principal that seniors were to be given priority over underclassman, thereby leaving many students with nothing to work on.
·       2010 to present: I have been in classrooms where neither the students nor I could communicate with each other due to their inability to speak English, however, they were expected to do the classwork, and this was not an ESOL class.

The Guidance Counselors are the most dysfunctional of the schools support personnel.   Teachers, parents, and students (along with online school teachers) have lodged numerous complaints about ignored emails and phone messages.  Student complaints about their inability to make appointments or to make class schedule adjustments are numerous.  Through my personal experience with guidance I have encountered rude and unprofessional behavior, all encouraged by a lack of accountability and oversight by the department head and the administration.
A vast majority of my time is spent with students who are; indolent, undisciplined, and unable to adapt socially.  You would assume that most of these students would be prepared to tackle rigors of a high school curriculum, however, that is not the case as most of them are low income students from broken families who have no support at home and who are the product of a broken national public education system and larger political-economic system.   Most of these students are unable to comprehend the basic fundamentals of education. 

My typical encounters are as follow:
·       Students who are 15 to 20 minutes late who will enter class without any explanation or pass.  When challenged the typical response is either there is no lockout or an administrator told them to come to class.
·       The administration is inconsistent in reference to lockout.
·       Constant interruption by students who will enter the class looking for their friends during instructional time. With the lack of ID card enforcement students are able to roam the hallways with impunity.
·       Constant interruptions by teachers via phone or walking into class looking for students during instructional time.
·       Student referrals are typically ignored and discipline problems are sent back to class with no action taken (even though contractually, an action must be taken, and if not, you have the right to refuse entry to such students).
·       Administrators will move your class during your instructional time to another location without any pervious warning either via email or phone.
·       Placing unqualified students in Honors, Advanced Placement and IB class.
·       Cellphone calls and texting is a constant during classroom time.
·       Headphones and MP3 players during class is not unusual.
·       Security is ineffective, especially when most of the security personnel are friends with the students. Some even instigate fights and/or encourage them 

The computation of FCAT test scores, among other things should be the focus of your investigation (if you’re allowed to investigate because of the Miami Herald and MDCPS close association.)  If you’re allowed to use industry certification scores, graduation rates, (easily manipulated), enrollment (instead of success) in Advanced Placement classes as the criteria for the points that determine a school’s letter grade  then you can see that the system is flawed. 
I was led to believe that the FCAT is a standardized test based on a particular subject and not an amalgam of other parameters.  If that’s the case then there is no way in hell this school deserves a B grade, especially, as an example only 24 percent of the 2012 Freshman class passed Algebra EOC test.
If all this nefarious activity is happening at my school under the aegis of the self appointed educational visionary (Carvalho) and his equally inept MDCPS system then you can rest assured it’s happening at other (inner city ETO or Zone) schools, whose grades were F and D’s that miraculously were B’s this school year. I have spoken to hundreds of teachers from other schools who complain of the same problem so this is a District-wide issue. 
Doesn’t this warrant further investigation? Isn’t the Miami Herald the least bit curious as to how schools whose scores were below the national average and were traditionally D and F’s were able to overcome obstacles in the span of a year poor reading, writing, math, and critical thinking skills, no enforcement of discipline, incompetent administrators, and yes, ineffective teachers, and in a little under a year attain a B grade.
Teaching is my second profession after retiring from a job I held for 22 years.  My goal was to give something back, be a mentor and create an educational foundation using my past experiences.  My ethos passed on by my parents and teachers is as follows: [is] to act with honor and hope and generosity….  I was able to do that at the beginning of my teaching career until I arrived at this school.  Now the only thing I look forward to is tendering my resignation.

I have worked with some good highly motivated teachers and in rare cases effective administrators.  These people are burdened by a dysfunctional system (MDCPS) and ineffective leadership (Carvalho and local administrators) whose only goal is to attain career achievement using tainted test results.  The end result is the students of this corrupted and broken system are not prepared to progress or succeed, and much less to function as responsible and intelligent adults in our society. 

Maybe the Miami Herald should look into the claims of Alberto ‘The Educational Visionary” Carvalho.  Look between the numbers and see if they add up.  Interview the students (the good ones) and gain their perspective.  Observe the operations of the school and look into the graduation numbers and see if they match up with the requirements.   

You should also inquire as to why 90 percent of the ETO schools are African American and what steps are taken to alleviate that. Is it because these happen to be in the lowest income communities of Miami, which again, is part of the larger problem with our political-economic capitalist system….we don’t care about poor people, especially poor black people?.  It’s clear to me that what is taught in a real B school is a lot different than what is taught in suspect B school.   Remember separate but equal? It’s thriving under Carvalho watch.  

As an educational/investigational reporter you should be able to see for yourself if these claims of achievement are merited and the test scores valid.  I believe a failure to look into this and bring it to the public attention is a crime and tantamount to incompetent on the part of the Miami Herald and MDCPS, however, from my perspective it seems as if the Miami Herald and MDCPS are part of the same hypocrisy.  
Copies:  Miami Herald
                New York Times
                Florida Dept. of Education
                United States Dept. Education
                Congresswomen: Frederica Wilson
                                                  Debbie Wassermann Shultz

Yall see this? This is shit you can't make up. If you have more stuff to say don't be afraid to send us whatever you have. Lets expose these fools. 

Sunday, June 28, 2015

Rape Coverup at North Miami High School

You see now what we've been talkin about all this time? If you saw the news this week you should know by now that last school year we had two rapes at our school (and Big Susie is still missing with our school money). And it was coveredup by Dictator Iber, his administration (you know who you are Ms. Armand, Ms. Loubeau, Mr. Branton, Ms. Ruiz, and Dr. Garbutt) and his other buddies. Why didn't he tell us anything about this when he was principal-dictator? Why didn't he and his buddies protect us? Isn't that their job? Why did he and his buddies keep quiet about this and cover it up? Shouldn't we and our parents know that these things happened at our school? Why we gotta read about this in the news after 6 months and not hear it from the school first when it happened? And more than once!!! What the hell goin on at our school?!?!?!

Dictator Iber is gone and that's good but as you can see there are still problems. And Ms. Armand, Ms. Loubeau, Mr. Branton, Ms. Ruiz, and Dr. Garbutt what did you know about all this? And why did you cover it up too? Dictator Iber ain't the only one who gotta be gone. How you all keep your jobs? How much you get paid to destroy our school? If our parents did as shitty a job as you all they woulda been fired a loooooong time ago. How you all manage to keep your jobs and you are in charge when all these crimes happen and cover it up?

There's so little security in the school that us and our friends just walk in and out the building whenever we feel like it. Shit, we've seen kids that don't even go to the school hanging out inside in the hall ways. My boy goes home to eat or take a nap and then comes back to school later. It's a joke. But a tragedy too.

Here is the news:

From channel 10
4 teens face charges in North Miami Senior High gang rape

and this from the Miami Herald
Four students face charges of raping mentally disabled girl at North Miami Senior High

This is sick. And the school system lyin when it says there were 14 security guards at our school. Everybody knows them and cuz of Iber's cheap and delinquent ass there's only like 8 or 9. One of them died last year and the other one we hardly ever saw. The other ones had too much work by themselves.

How many lives gotta be ruined before somebody step up and think about us students first? We thought that was the whole point of school. To get us ready for the future not to take our future from us. If this is the first time you hearing about this tell your friends and tell your parents about this and tell them to ask questions. They ask us for answers on stupid tests but they need to give us answers for real now.

Other people in Miami think the same. This is what they said on the Miami Herald article:
1. Why don't we cut Carvallo's 370,000 plus salary along with adult education principals so that there can be enough money for security , media specialists , drama , art ... We in Miami - Dade need a new superintendent that knows what he's doing instead of one constantly mugging to the cameras.

2. Wow! This is just sad in all LEVELS!

3. damm this all happened at my school

4. So the teachers/principal don't have enough authority to control the students? ?? Why would be any student in the hallway during class????? Sue the school

5. This is sad but not unexpected at North Miami Sr. High. A lack of leadership both at the school and district level is the root of the problem. When I was at North Miami students pretty much could do whatever they wanted, under the protection of an administration that was inept, indifferent, and just plain incompetent. And the real shame is that North Miami is staffed with excellent teachers. If this happened at North Miami then just imagine what's happening at other schools in the district. Citizens of Miami should consider the possibility that Mr. Carvalho and the school board are not up to the job of protecting students, faculty, and staff and providing a safe educational environment. The parents and teachers of Dade Schools needs reassurance that their schools are adequately staffed with trained security personnel and the administration is on top of discipline. Mr. Carvalho needs to provide the type of leadership that quite frankly he has not shown, except when the media is around. When will the parents start holding Carvalho and the school board accountable? The citizens of Miami-Dade deserves an investigative report by the Miami Herald on MDCPS, the do nothing school board and it's showboating superintendent. I don't see this happening, since the Miami Herald is the unofficial public relations arm of Dade Schools. In the meantime teachers will fear for their safety, students will be the victims of crime perpetrated by other students, and Carvalho will pick up another award for being an educational visionary.   

6. I agree 100% . Students are forced to be in a class for over two hours and they just can't take it anymore. Enrichment classes and vocational classes have been eliminated and core classes have been extended; Thus the students act up and must be allowed to go to the restroom , etc. This is the fault of this superentendant that has no shame and is a fraud. He must be removed and the tax payers need to know the REAL state of their schools!

7. This happen at my son school what a shame I hppe the school system will do mor to protect the mentally disabled this up coming school year whether they students are independent or severely disable

8. This is only scratching the surface of the truth. Reality is that the at no point did the school have 14 full time security guards working during the school day. And don't buy the District's calculation that determined that North Miami Senior needs 11 security guards. We really need about 20 if you want to ensure a safe environment for everyone in the school. Also teachers and security guards had warned the administration that we were in need of more security guards but our pleas went unheaded. Also, security guards had warned the administration that the lock to the closet door where the rape occurred was broken and thus posed a danger, and they did nothing. Teachers also complained about the lack of security precautions in the school to the School Board member, Dr. Wilbert Tee Holloway. Actions could have been, and still can be taken to ensure a safer learning environment for kids at North Miami Senior. Let's hope that these tragedies trigger some action in this direction

9. Obviously there are people commenting who have never been educators, or even worked at a school. This school you are referring to is HUGE. 14 security guards means absolutely NOTHING. 2nd Teenagers will do what ever they want to do, you can not blame teachers or parents alone. The issue is bigger than that. 3rd lets not bring race into this discussion. It is a very serious issue. There are many flaws in the educational system , although race plays a part, it is not the whole picture. We need more ways to keep our schools safe for everyone. It is ridiculous, but to treat all students as criminals - which by way is what appears to be occurring now in Miami Dade county, would be a poor move as well. There needs to be a balance, and a better way to run a school. It just shows how flawed the administration and logistic tactics are at this school. I agree with someone who said one of the first things to do is LOCK all the janitors closets. My thoughts are with the victim, but we need ways to prevent this from occurring again

10. So, instead of making students go to class, monitoring disabled kids, and keeping janitor doors locked that contain toxic material, the principal spent his time criticizing people on social media? The unbelievable thing is that this happened months ago under his watch and yet he still had the audacity to publicly criticize other peoples' work recently. This clown should have been fired long before the Texas incident which caused his infamous post.

Nuff said.