Monthly Archives: May 2011

“A Farewell to Arms” – Take a deep breath.

Things are winding down. For those of us who have been in the fray of battle for many months, but will now find ourselves in the hinterland of displacement, hearing those hints that we should seek placement in one of … Continue reading

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But it’s not that bad… We’ll just spank you a little bit.

This is Ms. Rowena Lagrosa, District Six Supervisor, speaking to faculty members and doing her best to suppress the shock and outrage during block Three of the school day at HPHS on May 17th. Two prior presentations paved the way … Continue reading

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D-Day and the ripples keep forming….

     When the board meeting was over on Tuesday May 10th I walked out outside the building because I had heard rumors of our kids walking the 6 or 7 miles over to the Beaudry Ave. district headquarter Building. At … Continue reading

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“Wham! Bam!….. “Thank you Ma’am”

It was Yolie’s day of vengence at Huntington Park High School. Ms. Rowena Lagrosa, speaking on her behalf, announced that at least 50 percent of the faculty must be “displaced” – put into paid limbo and reassigned to other schools … Continue reading

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