Friday, March 25, 2011

Who's In Charge? Good Question!

  
Anonymous said...
Who's in charge? Is O'Rourke still calling the shots from his hospital bed? Are we till paying him $800.00 per diem? Has the board appointed an acting super from senior staff? I don't think any member of the board could answer.

Here's a fact to reflect on. State Education Law stipulates that in the absence of a superintendent or acting superintendent, the board president assumes that position. That's right, acting super Frank Oberg. Digest that one if you can.   3/25/2011 2:52 PM

SCATS ~~ God help us all!
 

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

I've seen teachers in other districts take votes of no confidence on their superintendents - can Greece teachers do the same for the board of education? How about us (the general public)? Would a petition of no confidence of the board carry any weight?

SCATS said...

Wouldn't that be great fun?? Maybe we can get the candidates to collect signatures for that too ;)

Anonymous said...

Its's been made very clear to all of us on staff that Don Nadolinski, Deputy Superintendent is in charge in Mr. O'Rourke's absence.

SCATS said...

To 11:30AM ~~ Consider yourselves fortunate to be in on the news. Apparently, they feel there is no need to let everyone know officially what everyone knows by rumor. Just one more reason why this blog remains necessary ;)

Anonymous said...

Apollo is the place where they should be. It's more centralized.

Anonymous said...

to 11:30am: Did they also make it very clear to all of you on staff that O'Rourke's return isn't expected? Guess what? It's not. Hope he is ok despite it all.