Come on EM. . You are a woman scorned and truly ignorant in what you speak. Care about your sweet boys and leave the drama behind. You only come across as a needy, incoherent, spiteful woman. Move on to more important issues. Like marriage and life. Be the Christain you claim to be......let others live as well. May the peace of the lord be with you today and always.
"a desire for someone who understands, follows, and communicates all guidelines and polices" What a novel idea and expectation for someone in the Director of Schools position. I would also hope a reasonable addition to that quality would be holding all employees, no matter what position they hold, accountable to these same guidelines and policies. Having them in place on paper and not following them is worse than not having them at all.
My goal has been to shed light on the RC school system and the handling of some issues related to some of their employees. These people have done things to parents, teachers and students that should not be acceptable in our society. I have not tried to discredit anyone who has not been a participant in the problem and if I have it was not my intention. This issue has been very emotional for many because it is difficult to understand and comprehend how people we entrust with our children can undertake these actions without any accountability to their supervisor (Director of Schools) or the Board of Education.
So I wonder if the principal of HPCS would consider the position? She has demonstrated "Communication with parents and the school board, as well as maintaining high test scores" very excellently, in MY experience.
Communication is defined as "the exchange of information between people" and has been described by Wikipedia as needing another characteristic: "Feedback is critical to effective communication between parties." Another person (Kevin Thomson of MCA Ltd.)describes communication more clearly "Communication means the process where two or more people send and receive messages with the intention of improving knowledge and understanding and changing behavior." Everyone I have known who has ever tried to "communicate" with the principal at HPCS realizes this is not possible. Rutherford County needs a Director of Schools who can understand and demonstrate the ability to truly communicate with others.