School District sends out inaccurate information to substitute teachers

And it seems they have made no effort to fix the data they sent to substitutes.

Stehly sent this letter to them today about correcting the information (read entire letter): schoolboard

5 comments ↓

#1 Craig on 08.24.12 at 3:44 pm

Based upon the passive-aggressive tone of Stehly’s letter, I wouldn’t expect a response anytime soon.

Seriously – this isn’t the way to submit a request. Drop the little jabs and veiled insults and keep it professional. Also, if she is going to write “we” throughout the document, she shouldn’t sign it alone.

I respect what she is trying to do, but I don’t respect how she is doing it.

#2 l3wis on 08.24.12 at 8:56 pm

If only you knew how she was being treated.

I will clarify a few things;

1) When they sent out this letter with their attached (incorrect info) They sent it to all the subs, but did not attach the info sheet on Stehly’s letter, she had to get it from another sub.

2) One of the school board members hung up the phone on her when she asked him for information. That is uncalled for.

3) Sue Simons says the information is correct because she is going by Harrisburg’s policy of last year (Huh?)

4) They are in need of subs, so I can’t understand why they treat them this way. Stehly was called 8 times the first two days of school to sub. 8 TIMES! You can’t tell me they don’t need subs.

#3 Pathloss on 08.25.12 at 12:28 pm

Seems like there’s a list of subs that is public information. They’d come together if contacted. There’s more power as a group. They couldn’t become s union but they could walk out. The district would have to pay the going rate to get them back or hire new ones.

#4 Pathloss on 08.25.12 at 12:32 pm

The district should resolve this now. Later would be negative press. It’s already major embarrassment. Homan should resign.

#5 l3wis on 08.25.12 at 10:41 pm

I don’t know about the resolution part, but I do agree, Homan should resign.

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