Saturday, April 22, 2017


It is amazing how the thinking of this administration has been to overwork teachers and staff thinking that the monetary issue will be resolved by them working harder and still expect results.  It seems that Scribner did not listen to the needs nor does he truly care at this point about staff.  There are two separate worlds revolving within the district, the ones battling to make sure students are getting a descent education at least and the other sitting atop a tower looking down wondering how things are going, worried more about how to get more central admin to "solve problems" yet they have no idea what those problems are.  All they know is that there is a money issue and teachers are the problem.

Sutherland and a few comments came up with the proposed cuts over the next 5 years or so and basically no end to the suffering.  The comment made on the blog hits it right, you expect schools who need so much help to take on more students and expect small group teaching, interventions, etc.  Tells us oh wise admin from the board to Scribner, what research did you find that tells you this is the best approach.  You will have 5 schools loaded up with what everyone else needs because you all failed to have a plan.  So you are just putting out fires and when the next schools that struggle come up on the list, you will run to them and try to do the same.  

The issue is not the employees rather the lack of competency in budgeting and priorities.  The board believed that Scribner had the experience because he was leader of a district that dealt with only high schools as is the the way Arizona is setup by levels.  It is quite different when you have all different levels together and the needs.  He has still to learn how to govern, manage and above all be about students and teachers than himself.  You are a phony Scribner!  And the rest of the board for supporting it, will be reminded when the results are in....  Credit to Dr. Sutherland for giving us the information.

Without any outside intervention of sorts, we are doomed.

Wednesday, April 12, 2017


Last night the board tabled the policy revision where HCM and legal counsel want Bullying to be removed from policy because it is not needed.  They refer the matter to DH policy which covers harassment as they believe Bullying and Harassment are the same thing.  If we read the policies they are completely different just as we instituted a bullying policy for students.  If that was the case then why the whole INOK?

The question here is which legal counsel wants this?  I thought the legal counsel was gone.

This is what we get from having people with no credentials to run policy, Mia Hall.  In this case it would benefit her and other bullies to not have this.

Also noted that the department health and wellness was struck because it's not here which was needed.  This was the department in charge of training and supporting employees against bullying and other mistreatment but they cut that one out because of the large scale of complaints.

Anything they can do to harm employees is going to take place in FWISD. -DH Exhibit CHANGES LOCAL

Saturday, April 8, 2017


Look at this, this is the Policy and Planning department that used to have one person and now infested with people who the district would not get rid of and now have a job.
All of these employees were bought by board members.  All failures.

The admin gets fatter and fatter and the schools thinner and thinner.  The salary here could help save those teachers being let go.  Does Scribner not know how to manage the empire?  It seems it's too big for him when he can't control cost at the top and say he wants to support schools and well he is not.

What have they done that has helped?  Mia and Sammy got their plans for turnaround schools sent back and the board was mad but yet they are still there.

Special favors at its best!


We saw a comment post with a video showing Paz saying she will do whatever it takes to win even if she accepts money from someone, who?  We can guess people that have no interest in our district other than to benefit, could be the Bass family or other so called VIP in town.

But the most concerning part of this is that she will hang around people who have hurt students and continue to do so.  Just like the last bully award for Ms. Ford, where does Paz stand on that.  So we see her and Mia Hall the one person who hurt students at YWLA and got a director position instead of being fired.  Paz knew the issues and was asked to intervene and did nothing.  Interestingly enough she fought with Jackson in telling her to stay out of her lane and well she did nothing to stop the carnage.

So now she will do whatever it takes to win and has shown it many times.  You can say that she doesn't but a picture says a lot.  

We know the two ladies Paz and Hall but the lady next to them is a suicide prevention advocate that probably has no idea the danger Mia placed students at YWLA.  We know that Mia is a rep for Girls, Inc.  So does Girls Inc. discriminate against LGBT?

Thursday, April 6, 2017


Well our last Bully Award thwarted another nominee and this time the award goes to:
Darlene Ford, AP at Kirkpatrick Middle School.  Another example of getting moved around and promoted based on what you do to kids.  She was at Diamond Hill Jarvis HS and charged for outing lgbt students and risking their lives.  So instead of being fired, well that's against the FWISD WAY so she just got moved.  Now she is doing what she loves and that is harming kids and we wonder if the leader there is taking notice or a blind eye.

Darlene Ford

Nick Torres-Principal