the right thing. That he will stop trying to outsource our kids’ education to
for profit charter schools, that he will use data to make his decisions and that
he will treat teachers as professionals and valued individuals rather than
easily replaceable cogs. What little hope I had last may have been dashed as
WJCT is reporting that he will not make any changes at First Coast high school.
administration, Vitti says he will not be changing leadership at the school.
says he’s one of the best in the district.
tools he needs.
Teachers who don’t know that principals shouldn’t be allowed to bully them and
make them miserable.
has been well documented here and the culture of violence he allowed to foster
has been well documented everywhere.
percent of the staff said he had made the school safe and inviting?
have left? Doesn’t that speak volumes? They know how toxic he has been.
on Tuesday, over two dozen that represented hundreds more. They don’t want him
board meeting. It was just by chance I was standing near her when somebody else
did and I overheard part of the conversation. After they had finished I told
her I was so sorry about what had happened to her son and since she had a
speaker card told her she had to turn it in if she planned to talk.
have to much to say and then she paused and said, we went to Brennan for help,
this had been going on for a long time and he just dismissed us.
disqualify him from being the principal at First Cast then I take back
everything I have ever said about charter schools and vouchers and parents take
your children and flee.
Viti can ignore the climate survey, the teachers who have
left and the community that wants a change but he should not be able to ignore
Johnell Johnson’s mother, because if there were a competent principal at First Coast, one who cared
there then her son might be alive.
Vitti’s not being a leader, he’s saying I have the biggest %$#^ and I will do what I want and who cares if students, families, teachers and the community pay the price.