Chemistry Class at East Cleveland School Board – Estrogen vs. Testosterone
EAST CLEVELAND OHIO – 5/7/2015 – East Cleveland School Board meets early Friday in meetings that should not render vote therefore the alleged misuse of Executive Session by EC School Board should not be a question. And now that every meeting of the East Cleveland School Board goes to executive session it is time for the residents to stop, drop and listen to what is going on at our “F” Grade earning schools.
This school board is planning to reward one of the worst superintendents in East Cleveland Ohio history MYRNA LOY CORLEY with a Double Dipping raise for her efforts to take the schools from “F” to “D” grades in June. East Cleveland citizens pay attention because it is now important that all citizens attend meetings and complain about the lack of being able to hear what they say on the stage at Shaw High School and their plan to reward Corley with a raise.
This year there are three school board members seats up for grabs and perhaps it is time to end the estrogen lock and bring in some testosterone to chemical class on the school board and in the superintendent’s dunce chair.
School board meetings are held in silence from the audiences view point as members place themselves like rock stars on the Shaw High School multi purpose room stage. Despite the coverage on 44112News sound is rare to be heard. It appears to be some type of game not allowing the resident to hear the thousands of dollars they vote on spending and the grade of “F” this school board appears to proud earning.
The urgency for residents who pay the taxes for this school board to be able to treat themselves to fantastic dinners from Corky and Lenny’s restaurant while students dine on food which will prepare them for jail cuisine. Only one board member brings her own food Dr. Patricia Blochowiak who rarely if ever heads to the banquet table at school board meetings.
Residents have to make the effort to find out where the biggest portion of taxes is sent and the students appear to have no control using cell phones in class and the word “nigger” or “nigga” is accepted language in the hallways of Shaw High School. Perhaps it is time to take East Cleveland School Board to court so they understand their alleged abuse of executive session and lack of compassion as residents simply can not hear what they are saying or doing at Shaw High School.
Anyone who doubts what is happening at Shaw High School just needs to walk the hall during class change or simply go observe class from the back row. This Superintendent and board members need some help as school draws to an end and the social media black mob makes it ugly appearance on EC Streets and a police force not equipped to handle fights up and down Euclid Ave.
Quiz question for everyone: What committee does East Cleveland Board President Dr. Una H.R. Keenon take part in? Bring your answer and your own food to the East Cleveland Board of Education meetings below.
EAST CLEVELAND BOARD OF EDUCATION
COMMITTEE MEETINGS SCHEDULED
Friday, May 8, 2015
Beginning at 9:00 a.m.
Beginning at 9:00 a.m. – to run in succession.
Buildings and Grounds will commence at 10:00 a.m.
- gloria avery-prease, chair dr. patricia blochowiak, Co-Chair
Purpose: Misc. Finance discussions
Welfare and Public Relations
Dr. Patricia Blochowiak, Chair Gloria Avery-Prease, co-Chair
Purpose: Misc. Welfare and Public Relations discussions
Buildings and Grounds
- tiffany fisher, chair ms. eve lynn westbrooks, co-chair
Purpose: Misc. Buildings and Grounds discussions
- Eve Lynn Westbrooks, Chair ms. tiffany fisher, Co-Chair
Purpose: Misc. Education discussions
East Cleveland Board of Education
1843 Stanwood Road –Room 215
East Cleveland, OH 44112
Any questions please call (216) 268-6587
Mary Ann Nowak
Mary Ann Nowak, Treasurer/CFO
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