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Re: “Michael Nellums resigns as school principal UPDATES

Come on, don't know him "LIZA", and of course that isn't your name. LOL. Your kid probably didn't go there either, but for the sake of bloggers everywhere, I'll play along with you. It's as clear as day.,,,You and 85% of the other negative bloggers are teachers who didn't respect leadership unless it came from your tallking union heads. Unlike your make believe child, my child went to this "so called bad place and loved her principal." She graduating this year with honors and will be atending the out of state college of her choice.

I was reminded by my daughter of the drop in discipline, (where she felt safe walking down the hall for a change, unlike her first two years)and the increase in teacher attendance because someone required them to come to work and do their jobs. You should save the BS trying to discredit the man. He improved the culture, the discipline and held teachers accountable.

All of us who actually had a kid there and actually went to the school , (LOL) knows the real history. The union board, led by Vasquez, Lawrence, and Williams, wanted him out, especially Vasquez whom applied for a job with Nellums as a classroom teacher... and didn't get hired. Go figure. Good luck Mr. Nellums, my family and I appreciate the job you did. I only wish other school principals had your courage. Maybe scores and climate would improve everywhere.

And I won't even begin to talk about Williams....the column isn't long enough. need to talk, she and those other union puppets who wanted him gone, no longer have night jobs playing God over all PCSSD employees and public school chiuldren.

Posted by Acmonette on 07/09/2011 at 2:52 PM


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