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LIKE CHANGING DECK CHAIRS ON THE TITANIC AT 12:30 AM APRIL 15, 1912
Positions change, no interviews held, no expectations established from former
to new position.
Alaniz was shuffled around in May; now he moves again.
Correction: Armando Alaniz will move into Martha Salazar-Zamora's position
It is a promotion for Alaniz who goes from SIO to Assistant Superintendent for school
Salary wise, it's a slight step down - about a $3000 cut.
For those bloggers who wrote in support of the bond - the really bad conditions in schools should
have already been identified and fixed. Don't believe the B.S. coming from Grier that another
bond election is necessary. It is not. You are not supporting the students of HISD if you support
Millions of dollars fly around at school board meetings all based on the recommendations by Grier and
with very little oversight, certainly not any careful oversight, by the board.
The bond will just perpetuate the conditions that currently exist. More money will be wasted on
gross mismanagement of HISD resources. Terry Grier isn't capable of running an elementary
school yet some want him to be the victor in a bond election to control millions of dollars.
Where conditions are bad, demand your trustee wake up, tour the area, make an agenda item,
and get the problems fixed. In other words, make your trustee do the job they volunteered for.
Maybe HISD could be more judicious in the way it distrubutes our money to Greater Houston
Supporting a bond supports more favoritism among Grier's butt kissers and more chaotic
administration in HISD. It gives the weak board cover. I am going to harp on this subject.
Passing a bond has everything to do with approving of Grier. It has nothing to do with kids or good
Say bye-bye to Rashard Wright
CLUELESS TRUSTEES LOOK THE OTHER WAY AS THE GRIER TRAVESTY CONTINUES
ANOTHER GRIER CARPETBAGGER HIRE CAN'T EVEN LAST A YEAR IN THE KINGDOM
Rashard Wright came late to HISD, missed work frequently, and now has had enough - he is
returning to Virginia...the only losers are the taxpayers who footed the bill for his $120,000
salary and got little in return...this is surely an apt example of "Don't let the door hit you on
the way out." Good luck whoever takes Wright in Virginia - they will need it!
If you are lucky enough to have a principal who is compassionate, visionary, respectful, and
consensus-building in his or her approach to problem-solving, treat them well. They are under
extreme pressure from Grier's hacks to harass you, lie about you, and beat you down. Remember,
they can opt out. For them, HISD is much like a gulag.
Once upon a time, many HISD principals (that I knew personally) took to heart the recommendations in a
wonderful book called "If You Don't Feed The Teachers, They'll Eat The Students" (look it up on Amazon --
I think you can still order copies of it)... and some of those same principals (and others) also tried very hard
to learn from a book titled "Shaping School Culture" (another great book)... Both books focus on the power of
supportive & facilitative leadership that builds a positive, caring, and nurturing school culture -- a culture that
is nurturing for the students AND the adults...
Such a shame that those lessons are now lost in the current toxic culture of HISD...
I personally know one principal who is often named on this site as being a bad principal -- this principal is one of
the ones that I know who embraced the philosophy of both books mentioned above. I believe this principal is still a
very good and decent person who truly cares about creating a positive, supporting, and nurturing school culture
(for all stakeholders), but I firmly believe that the toxic culture created at the district leadership level has affected
this principal's ability to implement what they know is best for school culture and teacher/student success.
Continue reading OptOut.
TEST SCORES AREN'T RELEASED MOST LIKELY MEANS SCORES AREN'T GREAT
HISD SPIN MACHINE COMPOSING ITS PROPAGANDA
GRIER FURIOUS LAST YEAR WHEN CHRONICLE GOT SCORES WITHOUT HISD'S B.S.
(Insider at Hattie Mae White told me so)
It is a sad say for HISD.................The TAKS SCORES ARE IN AND THE PRINCIPALS ARE UPSET!!! WONDER
WHY? THEY DON'T UNDERSTAND THAT TEACHERS CAN MAKE OR BREAK A SCHOOL. YOU IDIOTS TREAT
THEM LIKE THEY DON'T KNOW WHAT THEY ARE DOING, SO THEY GIVE YOU WHAT YOU ASK FOR!!!!!!!!!
TREAT THEM WITH RESPECT AND DIGNITY AND YOU WILL GET THE RESULTS YOU SO DESIRE. A PRINCIPAL
ONCE SAID "IF YOU TAKE CARE OF YOUR TEACHERS, YOUR TEACHERS WILL TAKE CARE OF YOU." MORALE
IN HISD IS VERY LOW AND TEACHERS ARE JUST GIVING UP!!!!!
by Sad Day for HISD (May 23, 2012)
Jason Spencer prods chron.com to make bus driver firing a feature story
Did the district target Primes because he spoke up about the terrible conditions bus
drivers face everyday working for HISD? houstonisdwatch.com blogger reports
students rolling marijuana cigarettes on HISD buses with no disciplinary actions
REMEMBER, IN GUILFORD COUNTY PARENTS AND TEACHERS COMPLAINED ABOUT
GRIER'S LACK OF CONCERN FOR SCHOOL DISCIPLINE
Channel 11 posted a video of students from Clifton involved with marijuana on the school bus. My
child told me that this also is going on in the school and he is afraid to report it because of retaliation.
My son will not be returning to Clifton and will be going to his home school. The reporter needs to
investigate further and expose the byullying and drug use at the school.
by CLIFTON MS SCHOOL STUDENT ROLLING MARIJUANA ON SCHOOL BUS (May 23, 2012)
GRIER'S BOND ELECTION: VOTE NO AND CAMPAIGN AGAINST IT
How do we put heat on the Grier administration for creating a morale-busting work environment?
I am asking this question of readers because, in spite of all the nonsense that is going on as a
result of a weak school board and an egotistic, power-crazed, put-kids-last superintendent, the
disintegration (or destruction) of teacher morale is the greatest sacrilege committed TEAM GRIER.
One way to send a powerful message is to oppose the upcoming bond, campaign hard against it,
and boycott the Greater Houston Chamber of Commerce members who scheme to make a lot
of money from its passage.
You have not seen much about the upcoming bond election in the press but, believe me, it's
coming with a panoply of theatrics, exaggerations, and outright lies. Stay tuned.
Herlinda Garcia, the perfect marionette to Grier's puppet master
Isn't HISD just wonderful? Isn't it terrific how ALL the teachers are buying into to Grier's reforms?
And that Herlinda Garcia,hasn't she always followed HISD policy? Been a real tropper?
Don't you just want to give cotton candy to the Broad bots who are walking around soaking in
the vaudeville show HISD is putting on for them?
I remember back in the day when Herlinda Garcia was a major power player in East End Latino
politics. She sat on the HCC Board of Trustees and practically split her time between her little
kingdom at J.P. Henderson and important affairs of state at HCC, fueling power struggles
between two warring factions. Those of us who have been around HISD a long time and
stories to tell, incidents to remember, that don't always put the current "saints" in a good
I remember Herlinda herding around her staff as they worked on her HCC campaign. It was
such a clear violation of HISD rules, even though it occurred almost 30 years ago, I have
never forgotten it.
Herlinda Garcia is a smart cookie. She is willing to play marionette to Grier's puppet master
just to keep him the h*ll out of her business.
Yesterday, Herlinda danced, jerked, waved, and supplicated herself to King Grier.
(Editor: Ericka Mellon mentioned yesterday in this article how good the grounds looked
at J.P. Henderson. I mention this because this past weekend I included comments about
the landscaping, tree planting, and mulching being done at Fondren. The previous weekend
the Fondren campus was inundated with yellow HISD maintenance trucks. All of this
effort, of course, was to make Grier look wonderful, and if you toured all the campuses
in HISD, you would see firsthand what a sham it was as many schools need real
maintenance work, not the time-consuming feel good cosmetic kind Grier ordered
for Broad. Please know when you blog at houstonisdwatch.com, Mellon reads your
comments. She may only write a sarcastic aside in her articles, as she is raked over
the coals by Jason Spencer when he doesn't like her coverage, but you are being heard.
You are being heard.)
So the Broad team is here is TEAM-HISD, hehehehe, I still can't say the word Team and HISD in the same
sentence without laughing, anyway and they're touring schools that "randomly" selected and visiting
classrooms, teachers, and students again chosen "randomly!?!? King Grier and his round table of spinsters
really expect us to believe that the schools were just "chosen" randomly? They have been cleaning and
sprucing up these schools "they" chose for weeks! I bet they even wrote the lesson plans, hand picked
the teachers and students, and warned them when to start the show as stated by the principal at Henderson
when she said that she was steps "ahead" of the visitors! Dog and pony show at its finest and I hope these
people are not dumb enough to NOT see through it! What they, the visitors should do before leaving is just get
in their cars, collect ALL cell phones from HISD flunkies, and drive around the district and pull in to a few schools
NOT on Grier checklist! Taking the phones would mean that King Grier could NOT warn anyone that they were
about to get visitors AND let the visitors walk down the halls and choose the teachers and the students at
random! BUT when you're buying the award, like Grier is trying to do to pad his resume, it will NEVER happen!
HISD....spin baby spin and hide the skeletons, especailly Grier's and his many unqualified administrators!
by Marc (May 23, 2012)
In praise of Bonham's Fernandez
I ended my post without commenting about Albert Fernandez who was at Bonham. Lord bless him.
Mr. Fernandez is a kind soul. When I heard he was going to be a principal under Grier I knew it wouldn't
work. Mr. Fernandez is too compassionate to work for Grier as a principal. Potential to be a great principal?
YES! A principal that cares about student and staff achievement? YES! A principal that will backstab and
use bully tatics? NO! Poor Mr. Fernandez didn't fit the mold of today's HISD principal. Not saying he wouldn't
be strong, but has sense enough to know that you charm bees with honey. So rather than sell his soul he
got the hell out.
by Totataly Agree (May 23, 2012)
Blogger Totally Agree is totally correct...HISD used to be a wonderful place to work when the
value of mutual respect for one another, regardless of position, was practiced and expected
@Realy? Seriously?. There ypu go. I have never in my life seen such a large position turn over in HISD.
I have compared our job postings to Ft. Bend, Galena, Park, and other surrounding districts. Its embarrasing.
HISD used to be such a wonderful place to work. I loved my job so much that I didn't need an alarm clock.
For that I thank Mike McDonough, Janie Garza, Mrs. Chow who was my AP, and all the other faculty & staff
at Pin Oak. As teachers we had the usual problems such as hostile parents, unmovtivated students, not
enough hours in the day, but it was good. Mike McDonough knew how to pull the best out of everyone that
worked for him. You were family. I wish it was like that where I am now. I have lost my way. No need to
follow Mike to Westside HS, cause its not the schools changing, the culture of the entire district has
changed. HISD is a joke! Being a teacher made me so proud. Now I'm burnt out with testing, administration
encouraged to using bullying tatics, parents and students being allowed to disrespect teachers, etc. This
started with Grier and this ineffective school board. Grier only wants himself to look good. He doesn't care
about student achievement. He needs to pack his bags and get to stepping! Now you talk about cleaning
house, well it could start with him!
by Totally Agree (May 23, 2012)
Give the hook to Golfcrest principal...or wait...she'll probably be made SIO over Apollo E.S.
I agree with the comment about Golfcrest. They might as well get rid of the Golfcrest principal while
they're at it. She is a prime example of a bully. She might be playing nice right now because of the heat
but she's still bullying. Just not overt anymore. How can someone give a teacher that is terrible and lazy
a free ride yet be constantly after one that is excellent, experienced and dedicated. It pays to be a yes
mam kind of person here. Not one who really cares about the future of our children.
by Disgusted (May 23, 2012)
Job postings broken down....
Really? no! Seriously Really?! What point are you trying to make about job postings? Here are some
others you missed:
Johnston: 11 positions Hartman: 8 positions Dowling: 9 positions Fondren: 11 positions Long: 12 positions
Ortiz: 7 positions Pershing: 7 positions Ryan: 11 positions Sugar grove: 8 positions Thomas: 8 positions
Welch: 16 positions Chavez HS: 10 Kashmere: 6 ( how many students are at KHS? 400?) Milby: 10
ok.. I could go on... .but I think what you need to see is 1. why are these positions not being filled and 2.
why are interviewed candidates with offerings now turning those offers down...
What conclusion do you want to make now?
by Really? Seriously!? (May 23, 2012)
Lee's Rodriguez-Davila to be named SIO over Apollo high schools - a travesty in the making
Pin Oak advertising 8 teacher vacancies; over 700 vacancies districtwide
I just checked the HISD online teacher list of openings updated May 21st - STILL 736 lines of teachers needed
(minus a few lines for headers)!!! Plus 6 Principal positions in the regular jobs database. Where in the world is
HISD going to find that many teachers quickly??? That jobs list even includes 8 teachers needed at Pin Oak
which I do not remember from the last update needing more than 1 or 2... Welch MS needs 16 teachers, many
other schools also have 10+ teachers to hire. HISD is really going to be scraping the bottom of the barrel to find
by Really? (May 23, 2012)
Under Grier, has HISD become a training ground for poor school leadership?
Why does it seem that the very worst bosses - the bullies, the egomaniacs, and the bad leaders -
always seem to come out on top, leaving a trail of victims (and broken organizations) in their wake?
Authority Rules. As much as we hate to admit it, we are still very hierarchical. We defer to authority, as
illustrated by Stanley Milgram's shock experiments - where people were willing to punish another with
painful electric shocks, merely because an authority (a scientist in a white lab coat) told them to do so.
Authority is often given a "free ride." We are reluctant to question authority, even when it is clear that a leader
is abusing his or her power.
Bullying and Intimidation. Many bad bosses are simply the adult version of playground bullies. They carefully
pick targets for bullying, knowing full well that the targets are unlikely to retaliate, and bystanders will not intervene
because they fear becoming the next target. -DEFINITELY HAPPENING AT THIS SCHOOL Bad Bosses Play By Different
Rules. Power can become intoxicating, and the very worst leaders are "powerholics" - reveling in the control that
their position allows them. Bad leaders develop a sense of entitlement. They believe that they are "above the rules"
that govern others. Bully bosses don't see what they do as bullying.
Continue reading Hotbed of Bad Leadership
@Bad Leaders: I bow down to you for this excellent post. I couldn't have put it any better. HISD is a wreck.
People who are unqualified are running schools all over the city. People with no relevant experience and a lack
of organizational and interpersonal skills are the ones who rise to the top. Arredando at Austin HS with no HS
experience== barely any experience at all, as a matter of fact, 3 years teaching I think. Winn at Rogers with
no GT/Sped experience AND a falsified resume. Monaghan at Pin Oak with no secondary background. Good
leaders like Fernandez at Bonham or Lowe at Pershing who have a set of core beliefs with the best interest
of kids in mind but won't play politics are ostracized and threatened behind closed doors for not towing the
by Laughing out the door (May 22, 2012)
More on Bad Leaders:
This is what is going on at Helrod. Practically believes she is right in her tactics because of the position.
Attempts to intimidate people by staring them up and down. Then attempts to use religion-which is pathetic. V
ery evil and conniving. Lies like a rug. Blackshear teachers warned teachers They were right! Their motto
document record document
by Bad Leaders (May 22, 2012)
It is so sad all the crap that is being allowed by this administration while the board sits by watching this train
wreck happen and doing NOTHING to stop it! Are they not embarassed to even let people know that they are the
reason HISD has become a huge joke in and around the city? Myself, I would be ashamed to tell anyone that I was
on the board of this sinking district. But evidently they enjoy be talked about and are willing to let all the talent be
stripped from the district by Grier and his flunkies. So under the guidance and support of this Board, Grier, and the
many unqualified members he has placed and promoted within his administration, HISD has become a cess pool!
And like they say....."in a cess pool, the shit always rises to the top" which in currently happening within HISD! Sad,
how very, very sad that HISD is NO longer even a consideration when you are looking for a district to enroll your kids
in and will never be the district of choice like Grier hopes it will become so he can add it to his resume! Maybe this is
why the state gave NFISD a reprive because they too wouldn't send these kids to HISD until it gets it own house in
order! How much lower can this district sink???????
by What HISD has become (May 22, 2012)
NO CRITICISM OF WALNUT BEND STUDENTS HERE; PRAISE FOR THEIR WORK
Unfortunately, students are being used to promote a political agenda by the
Grier administration - for example, Apollo.....
I am not a fan of HISD's regime. However, The recent Chronicle article regarding the academic and
creative competition is about kids. Kids should be off limits when targeting HISD's administration.
There has to be a level of discourse that acknowledges that there are some good things taking place
with dedicated veteran and rookie teachers.
by Fred Sanford (May 23, 2012)
(Editor: Your point is well stated. Thank you.)
While Grier is busy disrupting HISD school communities, he might as well pull the Golfcrest
The next principal that needs to be removed, and with good cause is the principal at Golfcrest Elementary.
She has destroyed the school and is a bully! Teachers are leaving and more will be leaving. She ran off her first
AP, which was an excellent, knowledgeable and kind lady who basically ran the school for the past three years
but now she is trying to get rid of her second AP. Not hard to see who is the common denominator!!!
by Feed Up (May 22, 2012)
To ??????? Are we talking about Principal D. Russell being the principal removed last week from Briargrove?
by Concerned (May 22, 2012)
Rodriguez-Davila at Lee doing her best to contribute to teacher shortage....
To third year teacher:There are several more of us. All laying low, waiting to escape without a
ruined recommendation. You have no idea what is going on with Lee. Good Luck. Hope you and
others escape without hard labor and your file clean:
by Two years and lost my passion (May 22, 2012)
GRIER DISRESPECTS HISD PRINCIPALS
Parents should demand an end to Grier's disruptive practice of pulling out principals with
a week of school; Grier doesn't even have the common decency to notify school community
Benavidez is not the only school to have their principal removed with only a few weeks left in the school year.
Briargrove also had their principal removed just last week and without any explanation to the parents. She is just
gone leaving a very inexperienced AP in charge of the school. I do wonder what is going on, Mr. Garza was the
principal at Briargrove before being moved to Benavidez, could that have anything to do with this?
by ???????? (May 22, 2012)
Administrator who sent out email that Carnegie/Liberty have been housed at same campus is
No Carnegie/Liberty combo. Someone has been misinformed.
by Correction (May 22, 2012)
Broad Prize = Dog & Pony Show
Totally Agree questions the importance of the Broad Prize.
Who's interested in helping Grier pad his resume (only if he is
promising to resign immediately)
I agree with all the bloggers who are against HISD being awarded the Broad Prize. Does Grier think
we are stupid enough to think that that award is about us? Would anyone of us benefit from this award
on our resume? That prize would only benefit Grier. Period. Look at his track record of principals. Bellard
at Erod ES, Davilla at Lee HS, Winn where ever she is this week, Monaghan at Pin Oak MS. Complete
disasters! Pin Oak is a train wreck waiting to happen. Monaghan is only able to get by because that
campus has the luxury of hand picking their students. She fills her magnet programwith the best from
all over the district, then fills any spots left from the Pershing and Johnston attendance zones so she
doesn't have to take any kids from the Jane Long attendance zone. I taught there when Mike McDonoug
hewas there, but left when he did. And after speaking with those that are still there I am so glad I did!
I have totally lost my motivation to teach - which I thought I was born to do because of HISD and Grier.
I will use the summer months to do some serious soul searching and hope I can get it back.
by Totally Agree (May 22, 2012)
Grier is missing the relationship gene in school administration
He fails to bring lasting change anywhere he goes, relying on intimidation instead of collaboration
Do kids form meaningful relationships with their principals? Of course they do; Grier wants kids to learn
early what loss feels like
This is the second time that a Benavidez principal and her/his staff has been thrown under the bus during
the last two weeks of school. The previous principal at Benavidez was removed in the last two weeks of
school just about three years ago, within days of finding out she and her team had worked together to
raise the scores from academically unacceptable to recognized. Now Mr. Garza is being brushed aside in
much the same fashion. No regard was given to the staff, the parents or the students. I guess good people
really do get the short end of the stick in HISD.
by so you know (May 22, 2012)
No aspersions cast on Liberty High or its students; Timing, manner of annoucement at fault
I believe you need to do some research before making negative comments concerning Liberty High School.
The school has been in existence since 2005 as a night charter school and highly successful. In addition,
it has been a haven for students who were turned away from other schools because of their age and language
abilities. The principal is phenomenal with a extremely dedicated faculty and staff. Do not throw this school
under the bus. The school has been running successfully with less funding the entire time it has been opened.
Carnegie will still have their school. I am appalled at the blatant discrimination by teachers concerning who
they share their schools with. These students are not criminals nor unintelligent. If that is the way the community
feels you have a serious problem.
by A Taxpayer (May 22, 2012)
Grier wants you to believe he hasn't directed all schools to teach to the test
Spencer's Media Relations released feel good Walnut Bend story
Even Bill Gates now understands that student test scores only provide a small - and least
important part - of helping a teacher improve
"...While Gates does not dismiss the need for test scores — 'you do have to know whether equations are
being learned,' he said — he views them as the least important in terms of helping teachers improve. A test
score, he said, 'is not very diagnostic. You usually give them at the end of the year, so they don’t help you
during the year.' Far more important, he believes, are the peer teachers, who are paid with the foundation’s
money and whose job is to work with teachers on the nuts and bolts of teaching..."
Read Nocera's full report: "Gates puts the focus on teaching"
Why is public money being used to support private schools?
from the NYTimes:
"...The exchange at Gwinnett Christian Academy, a recording of which was obtained by The New York Times,
is just one example of how scholarship programs have been twisted to benefit private schools at the expense
of the neediest children.
Spreading at a time of deep cutbacks in public schools, the programs are operating in eight states and represent
one of the fastest-growing components of the school choice movement. This school year alone, the programs
redirected nearly $350 million that would have gone into public budgets to pay for private school scholarships for
129,000 students, according to the Alliance for School Choice, an advocacy organization. Legislators in at least
nine other states are considering the programs..."
Continue reading NYTimes report.
3rd year teacher has had enough of R.-Davila: Lee is in shambles
I am a teacher leaving Lee. I had good strong scores but all of a sudden this has changed. Everyone s
ays Ms. Davila picks one target at a time. Two of my fellow teachers and I will be leaving. We HATE the
bullying. This school is in shambles.
by 3rd year teacher (May 21, 2012)
So sorry for the loss at Benavidez..for the teachers and students.
by specialed (May 22, 2012)
Is Fort Bend ISD a better work environment than HISD? Apply & find out
Hi everyone FYI FortBend ISD has plenty of openings...probably will be filled
by HISD ex's. I hope to be one of them:)
by FYI (May 21, 2012)
Sharing its new digs with the Newcome Liberty High
After Carnegie-Vanguard parents labored long and hard for a new school, they will not be pleased
to know they are sharing it with Liberty High School
This email segment was written by Nickea Bradley:
It will be a merged campus between Carnegie Vanguard & Liberty Newcomer. It’s a new construction
sharing the campus grounds of Gregory Lincoln. Students under the magnet will be bused from all over
There should be no further complaints about money spent for busing magnet students
. The majority of
students for this new, hybrid GT/ESL academy will be busing in from all over the city. The endeavor is a
perfect example of the total lack of care or concern about anyone else's opinion except Grier's. Top-4
down, non collaborative, designed to incite anger and division. Terry Grier doing what he loves to do.
HISD's high number of vacancies indicates the district is a harsh, unfriendly place for teachers to work
When a district has 500± teacher openings compared to 10± in neighboring districts, there is something
wrong with the district.
by Truth (May 21, 2012)
Compassion in a school principal goes a long way...Parent says Bellard ignores calls
Rumrill had her issues but she had some class and compassion. Bellard has allowed bullying to invade the
campus. She does not know how to treat parents. I mean teachers are having an awards ceremony and you
just pop in and look. Not one word of congratulations for students. No welcome to parents-who are you. Then
you just leave- wow. Why Elrod? Why? Have complained to district-no assistance. Voiced my frustrations! Waiting
since Pk to get my child in a particular teachers class-teacher probably leaving. Talk about a hot ghetto mess.
I want my child in that teachers class. Elrod is a sinking ship. Complained about my child getting plucked
everyday-nothing done. Do not email her never will email you back.
by Get Bellard out (May 21, 2012)
Grier tosses out another principal with no regard for students involved....
Changing principals with a few weeks to go demonstrates Grier's ineptness and ugly spirit
Benavidez Elementary's beloved principal is being forced out two weeks before the end of the school year and
a new principal forced on us. Reason - probably test scores. Although the school was improving, I guess it wasn't
improving fast enough - even though we just started a dual language program in February. Teachers are scared
about the new leadership and disheartened - also upset about the way our principal was treated. It's all but ruined
the end of the year, which should be a happy time.
by Good principals forced out (May 21, 2012)
Advice to Elrod teachers:
Hey guys at Elrod ES, keep after the witch and do whatever it takes and follow her ignorant self until someone listens!
After ruining 2 schools Christain Winn got put out to T.H. Rogers and NOW HISD is hiding her out over there AND we
haven't heard a peep out of that stupid woman since! Again, these idiots HISD labels administrators, have connections a
nd you just have to keep calling around until you find out who it is and go after them too! My thoughts, try and ruin their careers
just like they're doing our and DON'T hold out for any help from the unions because who knows where they are with all your
dues at the present time!?!?! Go out fighting, kicking, and screaming because when it comes down to it, you have to do what
you got to do for your own piece of mind in the end!! Get her!!!!!
by Frost Teacher (May 21, 2012)
: The travesty is the fact Christian Winn is still employed by HISD. Uncle Larry smells on this one)
Shouldn't the West U. parents have their turn with Linda Bellard??
I wonder what would happen if Bellard was sent to West University-would the district office ignore parents then.
No Total disrespect to our children. Total disrespect to my child that has had about 5 subs and not a permanent
teacher yet. Complained complained complained. Nothing now my child has to go to summer school because
this loon was unable to plan. One year wasted.
by What the h*** (May 21, 2012)
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