Sunday, May 27, 2007
There's discontent among some of the staff at Howard High, apparently directed at Principal Regina Massella, who arrived in 2004, according to the Sun. There's no quibble that she has shaken up the staff. Test scores are way up and the story includes several comments of support from the PTA president and others. But the union says 64 percent of those at the school who responded to its survey said morale is bad. Massella said the unhappiness stems from her attempt to hold people accountable. Superintendent Sidney Cousin says some unnamed allegations have been turned over to the Office of School Administration.
Posted by Columbia Talk at 7:33 AM