Tuesday, July 07, 2009

Achramovitch: A Lame Duck Facing A Split BOE?

Anonymous said...
What should be even more important to Greece residents (because he was claimed to be a great union negotiator) is the rumor coming out of the third floor that says two weeks ago Achramovitch told his cabinet that he would be leaving as soon as he finds another position. He told them that the board asked him to leave and he would not receive a new contract after June 30 2010 when his current contract expires.

If this is true, and I believe it, why is the board hiding this fact from the public. This once again smacks of closed door, back room shenanigans by a board claiming transparency and accountability. Only in this district does this kind of intrigue and secret gamesmanship take place.

Instinct tells me that Boily is responsible for the secrecy concerning his good buddy, Steve. Look for Roger the dodger to try a rescue attempt by engineering a coup that will give us another three years of the inept Steve who masquerades as a legitimate educator. My instinct so far has never failed me. Wait and see! 7/07/2009 9:35 AM

Anonymous said...
9:35 may be right! Another possible scenario that would save Steve would be if the vote were 5 for retaining Steve and 4 against. You have to ask why would anyone with any pride and integrity take a job knowing that four of his employers are opposed to him and his total failures during the past three years. The answer is that he does not have any pride or integrity and desperately needs the $210,000 job for the next three years, a job that has proven to be way over his head. 7/07/2009 10:22 AM

SCATS ~~ Oh, so is this WHY the BOE failed to evaluate him in June (two years in a row!) like they are supposed to do?

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Anonymous said...

Here's another possibility. Newly elected board member Stenglein aligns wth Boily and becomes the deciding vote on this issue. The key to watch for will be how she votes at the upcoming reorganization meeting. If she votes for Tydings for President and Boily vor Vice President, we will know she is a Boily pawn and Steve Achramovitch is rehired for three more years or gets an extension. By giving him a one year extension, Boily will try to get three more of his fellow idiots elected to the board next May, hence giving us four more years of this imposter.

Anonymous said...

If that happens it's obvious that the great Roger Boily is not at all interested in our children's education. The only thing he is saying here is I and I alone will decide who our Super will be massaging his enormous ego in the process.

With Roger it has always been about power and control regardless of the resulting consequences, Chuck Schwab, Merritt Rahn, and now Achramovitch are his legacy. Judge for yourself.

Anonymous said...

Steve II is deadweight to this district. Nothing good can possibly happen with this milquetoast at the helm. He hasn't a clue about how to move us forward with better graduation rates, better test scores, better teaching practices. He can barely keep a calendar! Oh damn, I almost forgot he can't even do that correctly.

BYE, BYE STEVE II

Please take Roger with you!

Anonymous said...

No one in their right mind would come to this District. So what makes you think you will get anyone worthy outside of the puppet that the BOE President will want to be her Yes man and do whatever stupid thing she wants to endorse, like a hockey coach that is allowed to bend the rules, or perhaps another faith comittee. No one with any common sense would walk in to this district, it is a career ending move.

Anonymous said...

I agree that it will be career ending for the next guy and the next guy ( or woman) UNTIL the board gets under control. The super is NOT the problem. A totally dysfunctional board IS the problem.

Anonymous said...

It's very telling as far as this Board is concerned that until the hockey coach scandel, this guy had their full support. What has changed about him? Yes, he's a do nothing that leaves his responsibilties in the hands of committies, but that has pretty much been the case since day one. Why the sudden change of heart on the part of the Board?

Anonymous said...

Are we sure abotu this rumor?
Rumors sometimes turn out to be false.

It sounds nice but I wuld like to know what people have herad that supports the idea that Steve II is on the ropes.

I'm not criticizing anyone here, I just want to be more certain about the sources and the evidnce for this rumor.

SCATS said...

To 3:34PM ~~ Rumor!? In Greece!?!? For the record, I posted a couple of anonymous comments from several left on another thread and wrote a headline that asks a question. Logically, a split on the BOE makes sense, especially given the politics that's driving our district's direction recently. The rest I'm sure we will find out in due time.

Anonymous said...

Whoa here, let's stop the Boily-Stenglein bashing. After all, Boily was re-elected and Stenglein elected by less than 10% of eligible voters last May. The minority has spoken so get over it.

I'm willing to bet all you whiners were among the majority who stayed home. If shoe fits, insert in mouth.

Anonymous said...

Hmmmm,

I'm wondering if Steve II will take his little buddy Geoff S. with him. ;) Can anybody say Mini Me. :)~

SCATS said...

To 4:28PM ~~ After the BOE's ridiculous reversal of the hockey coach firing, does any of this really surprise you? I wrote at that time that the BOE had effectively neutered our Supt. I'm shocked he's still here! That was the ONE & ONLY TIME he actually performed his duties well!

Anonymous said...

Steve,
What sort of position would make you happier?
-C

Anonymous said...

To 9:03
There is no position with C...
He moved on long ago.
Back to old news in Buffalo.

Anonymous said...

I wonder why the story of three "upstanding" youths jumping and beating the crap (lost at least 3 teeth) out of an unsuspecting peer on his bike in Wood Run hasn't hit the papers. I'm told the large gash down the outnumberd youth's face was left by a Greece Lightning ring worn by at least one of the upstanding children. You see, Steve II was wrong about Coach Webb, he's doing a wonderful job with his team!

Anonymous said...

Maybe Julia can bring those fine boys to her faith comittee meeting since she was the one that brought back that stellar coach of the year.

Anonymous said...

SCATS,
Leaking news that a certain BOE member has been secretly meeting with Dick Snyder and he will be appointed interim Super? what a joke. No wonder the GASA contract got pushed through?? Did he sell out his group?

Anonymous said...

From an outsider looking in, Steve has been a blessing to the district. Test scores are up, instruction/professional development is now being aligned with Technology. Prior to any decisions being made, the instructional value is being evaluated. If this was a company on the stock market, the stock would be on the rise with Steve A at the wheel. His decision to bring in the new technology director and include him on his cabinet, was one that should have been made long ago. The new technology director brings a new and different prospective to the running of the technology area.