I guess Bridgeman is also in charge of teaching the kids about honesty and integrity and how to conveniently lose a $1600 laptop without any concern from the central office. It is pathetic children are entrusted to someone who can blatantly refrain from telling the truth under oath in a deposition. But this principal is only an extension of her former boss and the others who continue the coverup.
Congratulations to the faculty and students at Campus School.
MTBoro--let it go. Seriously...
Your congratulatory remarks are well said. I can also give congratulations to the faculty and students at Campus School. As long as an administrator is not included in that sentence, I have no problem. Ironically, all of the faculty members of the infamous DS Club have been booted or elected to go elsewhere. Do you ever wonder why? Most all the pieces of the puzzle will be "revealed" soon through the process dictated by a judge; therefore, I think it is fair and impartial. Just when everyone thought her problems were over. They have only just begun.
When the world says, "Give up,"
Hope whispers, "Try it one more time."
Success seems to be largely a matter of hanging on after others have let go. ~William Feather
He conquers who endures. ~Persius
Thanks to CB for supplying the encouragement to keep seeking the truth to conclusion. This is not a matter of "letting go" as you write. This is a desire to "reveal" the facts and documented truth about what all the participants, including Bridgeman and numerous others employed by Rutherford County, were doing while being paid with our tax dollars.
It ain't over til it's over. - Yogi Berra