The Heat Is On p. 146
Date: Apr 24th, 2006 2:59:34 pm - Subscribe
I agree that the custodian and his staff should not continue to work until the air conditioning is fixed. Maybe they could relocate to a different campus until further notice. I would contact the contracted air conditioning company to set up a time for them to come out. I would also let central office know of our situation just in case the problem becomes a real money issue and to let them know that the maintenance staff has been relocated to help out with different campuses.
Barbara Shouldnt Be Promoted p. 145
Date: Apr 24th, 2006 2:58:10 pm - Subscribe
Initially I would ask the mother to speak to Mrs. Nelson. I think this would give the parents an opportunity to express their concerns about the promotion. It would also allow the teacher to provide reasoning behind her decision. I would hope through discussion and through looking at the evidence the parents and the associated teacher would make the appropriate decision. I would then follow up with Mrs. Nelson to determine how this event (if the child should be retained) could be kept from happening in the future.
Teacher in a Rut p.144
Date: Apr 18th, 2006 8:50:14 pm - Subscribe
I think moving Mrs. McFarland to another grade is in the best interest of the students and the school. The list clearly exhibits all the cons and zero pros for keeping her where she is. As a principal, I would reassure her that engaging herself in a risk-taking situation would improve or enhance her teaching—giving Mrs. McFarland a moral boost.
Whats the matter with Craig p.143
Date: Apr 18th, 2006 8:31:09 pm - Subscribe
I would simply ask to speak to Craig to find out what difficulties he is facing with working with the three ladies. I am assuming that he feels a lack of connection because he is the only male and that he is quite a bit older. After finding out what is causing his frustration we could work on those specific areas. Craig might need some help with refocusing his vision to seek what is best for the students he is serving. I think there is no excuse for his aggressive behavior and that he should exhibit more maturity and professionalism when handling his anger.
Health Hazard ? p.140
Date: Apr 17th, 2006 10:29:59 pm - Subscribe
Since Mrs. Penn is violating HIPAA laws by informing the school of Mr. Wonderful’s condition it would be in the schools best interest to disregard her accusations. Mr. Wonderful could take legal actions against the school and the hospital for obtaining information from his medical records.
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