Nice example for the kids...
never fear Teri Dunn is back on the job as Labor Specialist and will handle this labor dispute...
Can they just fire everyone, fold the district, and start over?!
Unfortunately this didn't make the most recent news cycle.
I guess it's time for me to say it: if you have a child in D150, get out.
Perhaps, Janet, you should instead say - if you have a child in Dunlap High or Middle School get outGiven ThisIt would have equal validity...
Thank you spikeless..I read that this morning before your comment. There's nothing new under the sun, concerning the Dunlap incident. One of my former students came back to the school where I worked as a teacher.He fell in love with one of his math students and let it go too far. He came back as one of the most popular teachers, BTW. The parents took legal action, yet before it went to court, he committed suicide at Eagle Creek Park in Indianapolis. I'm referring to systemic problems which have only worsened. In hindsight, I wish I would have never kept my kids in D150 for so long. I guess the main systemic problem is abuse, whether from other students or SOME teachers, because I so stupidly put up with it, thinking things would change.What happened at Dunlap can happen anywhere. I'm glad it was caught, as who knows what else went on.There are too many of us parents who have wasted our breath and time working in the schools in D150 for years, hoping for change, and what a waste it was.Anyone who has a child in D150 should get out, no matter what side of town, as it's everywhere.
And BTW spikeless, I DO appreciate the addition of your comment, and if past history says anything, there are people who read this blog who will nitpick every part of my response.Spikeless, I'm just plain deeply depressed right now at having kept my kids in D150 for so long after having tried so hard. I posted my phone # somewhere in the comment section of a previous post, so you are more than welcome to contact me if you have questions about what my kids and I have been through. Spikeless, D150 is just not worth it anymore...I'd say more, but I'm exhausted from the whole thing, and you can reach me if you need to. Signing off, Janet
There was no fight between bus drivers at Peoria High yesterday. It may have came across the scanners but there was NO fight!
So what was it then? Just another normal day at PHS?
Yes it was just a normal day at PHS
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