Christina Schmidt and Mary Vincent: Volunteering to be part of the solution
Original post made on Jun 14, 2013
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on Jun 14, 2013 at 9:27 am
Good Luck to them working with school officials. They will be dealing with strong walls that cannot hear, see, nor feel the pain that our students and parents experiencing bullying feel, and these walls cannot be broken. They only pretend to bend, but then back to that a strong "wall". Thanks for trying. Remember they will be working with katherine Baker, yes the very same person who failed to protect the student's rights. Now she is educating parents and leading these Safemeetings as a member of the Welcoming Schools "Safe Welcoming Schools task force". Those meetings will be a waste of time as long as she and Damian Huertas are members.
on Jun 15, 2013 at 12:08 am
God bless any and all parents who are stepping in to try and help facilitate change. We cannot give up hope that this community will wake up and see the light. I just hope that no child is seriously injured either by bullies or at their own hand before we really listen up and make some changes.
Christina and Mary: I admire and respect you for stepping up and doing what needs to be done. Maybe Ken Dauber and WCDBPA will be a source of help to you as well. They seem to have had it right all along and seem to be tirelessly and ceaselessly working behind the scenes to affect change. Thanks to you Daubers and WCDBPA! The OCR presentation was very illuminating. I just wish that Kevin and Camile had stayed home so that all the parents who may have wanted to speak could have done so without any fear of retaliation.
on Jun 15, 2013 at 12:26 am
To God is on the other side,
Thanks for bringing out the fact that Kevin and Camile were there. That was awful, but it worked for them, there were parents who wanted to ask questions, but once they saw Kevin, they backed up. He is so tall, he stands out. He should have stayed home, but I guess he had some intimidation to do, and he did a good job.