Saturday, September 19, 2009


This whole incident screams for understanding.

The district sounds like they are in full damage control.

It will be interesting if more such instances come to light.

So many factors contributed to this but the increased workload and decreased prep time brought about by the superintendent's 6 of 7 dictate were a major factor.

So many tired and stressed employees at all levels are making mistakes. Mostly minor oversights but, like this, major ones occur.

Some of us will respond "that's no excuse" and you are right. All decisions have unforeseen and cumulative consequences, this is one.

Superintendent Elia is too far removed from this to care. So is the HCTA.

The principal is not. The student body is not. The community is not.

The teachers are not - thank God one or more of them spoke out.

Are there others? Are there more?


Anonymous said...

Not worth getting worked up about and certainly nothing to do with 6/7.

Goader said...


Please promote the petition to repeal the 6 of 7 instructional schedule.

It is located here.