i didnt, but i did hear on my morning radio station that a homeless woman from runaway bay knoc as "the whiskey woman" was asleep in her car in a church parking lot in boyd, america.
Ya know what,this looks like a good day to kill myself.
They picked a great day for it. LET IT SNOW!
Yep, Mr Neese (sp?) He's one of the Assistant Principals at DHS. This "Educator Training Seminar" is why he hasn't been available at school this week. Heaven forbid that they do these seminars over the summer while the kids are out.
You got any pick me ups for today Barry, cause its already a sh***y day!
10:05, I have a sneaking suspicion who you are and you are a dirty dog for writing that. For the rest of you that read this blog, Mr. Neese's work ethic is impeccable. He works way beyond the hours required of him to serve students and faculty. He has a sense of honor, ethics, and morality that make him a rare breed of a principal.
He's the best assistant principal ever. He truly cares about the kids and the teachers. We love you, Mark!
whatever happened to mr. plumley? (sp?)
8:55, you are absolutely right. No one at DHS has more honesty, integrity and ethics than Mr. Neese. His unwavering ethical standards make him quite rare among so many corrupt administrators these days.
He is a nice guy, I don't know about his ethics etc, but I do know they are top heavy at DHS. They don't need all the Asst. principals they have. There's no other school in Texas with 850 students that have that many.
M&M, you must not be in the education business. You try keeping up with attendance, discipline, class sponsorships, extra-curricular sponsorships, UIL regulations on team participation, teacher supervision, parent communication, field trips, TAKS testing, ensure that a vice-principal attend every extra-curricular function with two and a half vice principals over 850 students. One of those principals splits time between DAEP and DHS. You have no idea what you are talking about or you wouldn't have made that comment. If there are no other schools that have more than two assistant principals, then shame on them!
M&M your'e correct! Even the 4A and 5A schools don't have as many as they do up their. Maybe they are overworked, but there might be other reasons. They're always putting on something and making the parents come for hours. Maybe someone should put an end to some of that stuff. Give the teacher's a break too. Maybe that's why so many leave evry year.
Anon 8:23 pm You must be associated with the education business, because you can't count. DHS has had three asst. principals for quite a few years and has had four asst. principals for the last two years. In fact, the number of asst. principals has increased by two while at the same time the student population has not increased in that same period of time. Look at other schools around the state. Most 4A schools only have three. And most of them have a minimum of 1050 students. Wake up and smell the top heaviness. Rumor has it, it's to make up for the ever absence of the principal.
By the way, their names are as follows: Neese, Ulberg, Darst, McCollum.
Wrong...Darst isn't there anymore. Neese is only there a half day b/c he is also principal at DAEP. Your turn, dumbass.
Darst is in charge of an administrative program and doesn't work at the HS anymore.Neese has to be split between DAEP and the high school, but what a shame - he's the best one they got. He's still counted as assistant principal because he still has a full-time assistant principal job up there. DAEP ought to have a full time principal - seems like a liability issue to me.M&M you seem to know quite a bit - how come you didn't know Darst wasn't there anymore?
Last I saw on their website she was still there. How long has she been reassigned? Their current website doesn't seem to work very well and pull up their current staff. I'm sorry I was wrong. Perhaps they are downsizing by attrition since the district efficiency study showed they have been way over staffed.
It's a game of numbers, people. Who can crunch the best. The efficiency study was done by a firm of retired school administrators/superintendents. Want to guess who hired them? That study isn't accurate. It never is; everytime those are done, the auditors are given the outcome that would be the ideal. I should know. I am one.
10:03, so you admit to being a retired school administrator and getting paid for an efficiency study that you say isn't accurate?Is that an admittance of guilt?Shame on you! The district paid you good money and you confess to giving them an inaccurate report? They deserve an apology and a refund. There are better ways to spend money.
So, why are we losing BOTH elementary school principals already??
This is Darst's first year NOT as high as high school principal.
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