Friday, February 25, 2011

Aren't Schools Supposed To Protect Their Charges?

Marion's teacher saw him looking at his cell phone in class, something he usually never does and got concerned.  She approached this child and asked him what he was looking at.  The teacher saw a message from a male asking Marion to meet him outside. 

The teacher worried and called for a dean who did not respond.  The teacher called the head of security who also was not available to respond.  The teacher then called her supervisor who upon arriving said "This is not school business, what do you want me to do about it?"  The supervisor walked away in a huff.

The teacher then called the Marion's father who made sure to pick his son up at the end of the day.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

This incident doesn't surprise me. The administrator's of late are from the same school. CHILDREN LAST your personal reputation to the principal first! As long as your department gives no headaches ignore all personal matters including children.