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Fresh update on "superintendent" discussed on Tom and Curley
"It is really frustrating to see this play out. Families in the Seattle school district, which had planned to start bringing students back for in person learning March 11th. But the teachers union has filed an unfair labor complaint, saying the district is failing to negotiate Covitz safety rules. In Renton, where in person classes are set to begin tomorrow. It's unclear how many teachers will show up, their union says despite approving an agreement with the district to return, many won't because of pandemic safety concerns. The district is planning on bringing back kindergartners tomorrow with substitute teachers. And families in the Lake Washington district are sounding off Cairo seven's DD sun reports, Both students and parents took their concerns inside to a school board meeting. You have the job to do teach kids and spoke directly to the superintendent and board. My older son has become every cooks. I want my son back. I want to seem so long again, the district superintendent said during the meeting the state's current guidelines requiring 6 Ft of distancing Makes a full return for all students impossible. 6 to 12 graders are not expected back in classrooms in the Lake Washington district Until next year. A bill in the Washington state Legislature would allow some prisoners with long sentences to get out early as long as they served at least 15 to 25 years of their sentence, depending on their crime. In some other factors, Sponsor Manco Dhingra says it's not only about addressing the disproportionate impact tough on crime laws had on communities of color, but also people change Republican Senator Linda Wilson not happy. I don't think it's enough that it's more than likely that they will not Commit a new crime, especially since now you're including murderers sentenced to life without parole. A final decision would be up to the governor. And.
Philadelphia Pre-K to 2nd grade students to return to hybrid learning in 53 schools
"Some Philadelphia public school students back in the classroom. On Monday For the first time in nearly a year, the city the school district and the teachers union came to terms to open schools in groups. Mike DiNardo tells us this came about after a month of mediation. The deal has 53 schools opening first, with more expected to be announced in successive weeks. The teachers union believed that the school district's back to school plan was not safe enough to protect teachers from Cove it especially when it came to ventilation. Now the mediator work with both sides, and the deal has the union's environmental specialist evaluating and clearing schools as safe for occupancy. The district caught heat on social media for installing window fans to improve circulation Superintendent William Heights says those fans will go and the district will use air purifiers instead. Teachers would report tomorrow to begin prepping their classrooms for the first group of about 2600 pre K through second graders well made all this news
Fresh update on "superintendent" discussed on KUOW Newsroom
"The seattle education association has filed unfair labor practice charges against the school district for ordering some staff members back to campus. Here's k. u. o. w. education reporter and the district announced friday that it would call some teachers and other staff back to buildings next week for preschool and special education classes. The union calls the district's move and end run around the ongoing school reopening negotiations and the violation of its labor agreement. Union president jennifer mater says. Many of the students slated to return to schools. I have disabilities that. Make them especially vulnerable to serious outcomes. Covid nineteen and the district seems to a willing to put those students lives and educators lives at risk because they haven't finished talking through what we think are important safety else precautions in a written response to the charges. The district said that the superintendent has the authority to determine which work is essential and require educators. Who provide those services to report to work and earn feld k. u. a. w. news..
COVID-19 Vaccination Site for Teachers to Open at Inglewood's SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles
"L. A school district has started dozing up teachers and staff with covert 90 vaccine. Vaccinating school staffs critical piece of reopening school campuses in the safest way possible. This has been superintendent Austin Butte. Ners Drumbeat Is he targets of return to classrooms for elementary school students in April, And now the district has opened a vaccination site for teachers and staff at Hollywood Park as vaccine eligibility in L. A county has expanded the governor's dedicated access for 25,000 additional vaccine doses. School staff in Los Angeles Unified over the next two weeks, says Hollywood Park is the largest vaccination site in the country dedicated to teachers and
Fresh update on "superintendent" discussed on News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler
"Out for themselves. Corwin Hague Co. Moh news Demotion to prove the consent agenda Kerry's well. Last night, the Lake Washington School Board had to speak over frustrated parents rallying outside of their meeting This parents hold Cuomo's Tammy Matanza. She's fighting to get students back in the classroom after the district announced remote learning would continue for the rest of the school year. I know it's okay to go back to school because the hard data shows us is that it is public comment. Was filled with anger. The lack of transparency is frankly appalling. Parents argue with covert 19 numbers going down their Children can go back to school safely, The superintendent says of the biggest problem is the lack of space for us. That's 6. FT. Distancing truly creates a situation where we on Lee can have half of the students on campus at any one time Superintendent Dr John Holman says. Hopefully, is more teachers get vaccinated. The space issue won't be a concern. Still to come under investigation for links to the proud boys. That Tacoma teacher is out of a job. I'm Carleen Johnson 10 34. Now coma traffic.
Investigation Underway After Apparent Suicide Of Chicago Police Officer
"Fatal gunshot wound today in the North side Police station in an apparent suicide. WGN's Bryan Burrough reports. The officer, identified in a statement by Chicago Police Superintendent David Brown is James Daly, a 21 Year veteran superintendent Brown saying dailies death is deeply felt by me and his many colleagues with whom he worked for. For many years, Daley's body was taken to the medical examiner's office in a police procession. An official cause of death will be determined. Less than a year ago, high ranking Chicago police official Dion Boyd was found dead by suicide in his office at the home in Square Police facility. Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot acknowledge that it's early in the investigation of dailies death today, but It's known that suicides erupt during the pandemic. The sad reality is that trauma and depression are with us all the time. And unfortunately that has been exacerbated through the pandemic for a host of reasons. Speaking this morning at Hawthorne
School reopening deal aims to bring California kids back to class by April
"Reports of a new agreement to get most public school kids back to class in california with an announcement from the governor set for this hour. California governor gavin newsom who is facing a recall campaign is expected to talk about the criteria for reopening schools. Possibly this month last week. The superintendent of los angeles unified said april. Ninth was his target date for reopening if vaccinating teachers and other staff members was a priority. And that would mean twenty. Five thousand doses were needed just to reopen elementary schools. More than one point. Eight million people by the way have signed the petition to put the recall of the governor to voters many of whom have grown frustrated over ongoing shutdowns during the pandemic
Maryland's Charles County welcoming all students back to in-person learning
"Of kids are returning in. Some of Maryland's most popular school district's Anna Rondell Howard in Montgomery are among the Maryland counties were students are beginning to return. Prince George's county students won't return until April. Many schools public won't have the majority of their students in classrooms until April, Charles County has finally made a decision about in person learning. The school board has approved Superintendent Kimberly Hills recommendation to allow any student in grades K through 12 to return to in person classes two days a week. Beginning April 19th Hill says. When kids come back, the schools will be vigilant. We are going to do testing for symptomatic individuals at school, so we have on hand. The abbot Rapid test in the new CDC guidelines on whether it's safe for schools to reopen. Charles County is in the yellow category of moderate risk of transmission in schools. Kyle
Meisha Ross Porter named New York City Schools Chancellor
"Misha Ross Porter, a New York City native and former Bronx schools executive superintendent, is the next chancellor of New York City schools. On supporter who's taking over from resigning. Chancellor Richard Carranza has a big task ahead. She has to lead a return to traditional in person learning after the pandemic left many of the city's one million students in
Richard Carranza Resigns as New York City Schools Chancellor
"Friday he's stepping down, was asked if it should be viewed as leaving because of disagreements with the mayor. I'm leaving because I need to take care of me and I I need time to grieve this city. This school system deserves a chancellor who 100% is taking up the helm. Miranda says he's lost 11 family members and close friends do to Corona virus and needs to take time to grieve, long time educator and current Bronx superintendent Misha Porter will take over his chancellor. And I promise we'll do everything. To reopen schools, starting with high schools were ready to go. We'll expand the learning opportunities and do more to address trauma and academic needs. New York City health officials say they
Philadelphia students won’t return to class on Monday, but a reopening decision is days away
"While students will not be going back to the classrooms in Philadelphia on Monday, that's what the school district wanted, but the mediation over Covitz safety is just wrapping up. It was about abuse. Mike DiNardo tells us we'll get an announcement on Monday about a possible new timetable. The city says mediation over the safety of the district's reopening plan is almost finished and will be finalized over the next few days. A joint announcement among the district the city and the Philadelphia Federation of Teachers is scheduled for 1 P.m. on Monday. 9000 pre K through. Second graders were scheduled to begin in person instruction on that day, but Superintendent William Hi told the school board those students are going to keep learning. Virtually until details are announced. Height was asked by board member Mallory Fix Lopez. Whether the city the district and the teachers union will be on the same page about reopening. What did the affair assumption to say? If the press conferences together there? That means that everybody is in agreement of what is being said at that press conference. Yes, the union took its concerns over building them. Relation and the safety of the district's back to school plan to a third party mediator. Height has said it's important to get the district's youngest students back to in person learning. He has suggested the district opened the buildings that the district and the union agree are
Two Workers Killed At Boston Construction Site
"Two workers killed at a construction site in Boston's financial District today. If WBC's Karen Regal this is a tragic incident for the victims, their families and their co workers, it's unclear if the two men were hit by a truck and then thrown into the trench on High Street. But a crane had to be brought in to lift that truck off that trench. Boston Police superintendent in chief Gregory Long says rescue crews were able to reach them in located the bodies of two males. Both males were pronounced on scene. It was obvious this was a search and recovery, not a rescue. Ah, hard hat lay on the street as federal and local investigators worked as men and hard house watched, and as family members wept and asked
2 Killed in ‘Tragic' Construction Accident in Boston
"Have two workers killed in a construction accident in downtown Boston this morning, are grappling with their sudden loss. WBC's Karen Regal reports. This happened on High Street. This is a tragic incident. The victims, their families and their co workers. It's unclear if the two men were hit by a truck and then thrown into the trench on high strength, But a crane had to be brought into lift that truck off that trench. Boston police superintendent in chief Gregory Long says rescue crews were able to reach the men located the bodies of two males. Both males were pronounced on scene. It was obvious this was a search and recovery, not a rescue. Ah, hard hat lay on the street as federal and local investigators worked as men and hard house watched and as family members wept and asked why reporting from Boston's financial District Karen Regal WBZ Boston's NewsRadio
House to vote on $1.9 trillion COVID relief bill this week
"Trillion coronavirus Relief bill will go to a vote this week. Republicans in Congress say it is too much money. Here's Congressman James Comber from Kentucky. Congress already appropriated $150 billion in the cares act for state and local governments. And not all this money's been spent. So the Biden administration is looking outside of Washington, D. C to build their case. Here's NPR White House correspondent Tamara Keith. When Mesa Arizona Mayor John Giles looks out his window at City Hall, he can see the convention center. It's become a hub for those seeking help in the pandemic. And on alternating days it is people that are there too. Up there drunk and get £50 of food, putting their trump or its people. They're waiting in line to get the vaccine. So it's a pretty sobering view from the mayor's office. His city got $90 million in relief funds last spring spent it all and Giles says they easily could have filed receipts for double that. Sobering view from his office window explains why this Republican mayor is pushing hard for the $350 billion in funding for state and local governments in the bill. You know this is it's just too important to engage in silly partisan debates. Most cities and towns didn't get direct help, like Mesa did. They had to wait for it to trickle down through their states and counties. The deadline to spend it isn't until the end of this year, so some are trying to make it last as they manage strapped budgets. For months now, a bipartisan group of mayors has been pushing for more. In July. We called ourselves July or bust. That's Dayton, Ohio Mayor Nan Whaley, a Democrat. Her city's budget has been slammed by the pandemic so much so that she isn't sure they'll be able to train a new class of police officers or firefighters. This year. We're not like the federal government, we have to have a balanced budget. So if we don't get a federal money, no fire class Dayton is recruiting new firefighters and police officers but may not be able to bring them on board without more money. When it comes to the schools. It's a similar story. Congress has approved about $68 billion so far for K 12 schools. Well, not all of the funds have been spent. Education officials say the money is spoken for, and they need more. In Pennsylvania Palisades School District Superintendent Bridget O'Connell says they were able to reopen in the fall. And that meant hiring more teachers to reduce class sizes and to teach online So it is a staff intensive endeavor to educate kids during a pandemic Staff aren't paid up front, which is one reason why it may look like funds or unspent. And the bulk of the money Congress approved for schools last year is just now going out. Superintendent Sean Record from Pema, Arizona on Lee found out last week how much his district can expect to get. I have a list of all you know of things that we need in order to be able to You know, provide better social distancing more safety for teachers, more safety for students. They've been open nearly full time since the fall making do with the money. They have his message to critics who point to unspent funds and say schools don't need more. It isn't a light switch. The money doesn't get approved one day and spent the next And that's why President Biden and Democrats are pushing ahead with new funding and say they can't wait for Republicans in Congress to come around tomorrow. Keith NPR news
LAUSD proposes COVID-19 vaccine site at SoFi Stadium
"Severe weather back East not only tightened already meager vaccine supplies and may have also delayed the proposed opening of a new vaccination site for educators at so fice stadium in Inglewood. That's because everyone is trying to figure out just how many vaccine doses are available right now. L a Unified had announced an agreement with the Rams, Inglewood officials and Hollywood Park to get a vaccination site up and running at the Rams gleaming $5 billion Stadium. Inglewood Mayor James Butts junior with the form Occupied with testing and vaccinations. We wanted to do something special to get the kids going back to school, he tells can acts that Ella's school superintendent, Austin Buechner, Lined up some things already, and he's going to provide 600 nurses, cedars gonna provide medical oversight and again at the moment, the focus is on the number of doses that they couldn't get their hands on the provides. Oh, is will a vaccine be available, But it's gonna be it's ready to go. The mayor is hoping this so far Stadium site will launch soon. John Baird, KNX 10 70 news,
CA school district's board resigns after unknowingly talking about parents in virtual meeting
"School board in California resigns over there. Negative comments about parents during what they thought was a virtual private meeting. News nations. Felicia Boulton joins us from the newsroom. Now, with a look at some of the video that captured that candid conversation Felisha, where debate those board members were caught slamming parents on a meeting that they thought was private. It was public. The video is now drawing backlash from the community. Are we alone? Yeah. If you're gonna call me out, I'm gonna you up party. That's just me. Has happened during the Oakley Union School District War beating last Wednesday. During the conversation, the board's president was heard ridiculing parents who wanted their Children to return to in person learning. Here's more of what was that? They want to pick on as because they want their baby sitters back, right? Evade e totally hear that because My brother had a delivery. Yeah. My brother had a delivery service for medical Maybe one of them clientele. We're parents with their kids in school. Uh, so when you guys well, you got your kids at home. No more fighting no more. Yes, Malala. The letters. Her family's three on the board members issued a statement saying, quote as trustees. We realize it is our responsibility to model the conduct that we expect of our students and staff and it is our obligation to build confidence and district leadership. Comments failed you in both regards, And for this. We offer our sincerest apology. They went on to say Please do not let our failure and judgment cast a shadow on the exceptional work that our teachers Administrators and hardworking employees are doing for the students of this district. They deserve and will need your support as you move forward. The district superintendent says the school board openings will temporarily be filled by members of the county Board of Education, new members will either be elected or appointed. However, that might take some time.
California School Board Members Caught Disparaging Parents on Accidental Zoom Broadcast
"This is members of the Oakley Union Elementary School district on the board of trustees. They were using some Well, you guys can hear it if you'd like me to play the audio clip, But they were referring to the parents and talking about the parents and the teachers and, well, you know what Pat? They thought that it was private. They didn't realize that it was public. Okay, so it's It's gone viral all throughout the day, and I can play that here. If you guys would like to hear it. If anybody's missed it, I want to know what all the hubbub is about. I've missed it. And besides, this is one of the reasons it's when the only chances I never get to use the word hubbub. And now I've used it three times. So Wow, that's used up my my yearly supply on that word, So OK, so I will start the audio clip here for you, okay? Oh, okay. My understanding is it's set up like you just leave a message and it But it will only allow me to leave a three minute message from start to finish. Okay, so just goes and then it just You know, captures it and then Then goes. Mm mm. Oh, boy. You know what can I was just thinking came up. I was just thinking about it now. Just to encourage you. Yeah. Stop drinking the hide behind the screen and put it in. But we saw you smoking a joint your face to face with people. It's a whole shipment. It's a little different ball game. You know what's funny is that she's friends with which is a little store and They were supposed to be a special media. Someone else does it. It's like whatever. I wasn't doing anything bad, I could I really, honestly don't care about that part, but you know what? Are we alone? Yes. Yeah. If you're gonna call me out, I'm gonna you up party. That's just me. No, they forget that there's real people on the other side of this. Those letters that they're writing. Yes. What a real community members. We have kids or have known kids that I've gone to these schools right? Haven't invested interest in this process. Yeah. Those were board member school board members. All right, Yeah, And so they're so they're woke, then write. The superintendent of the Oakley Union Elementary School District has apologized for the conduct of the board members and the head of the school board has resigned. And there are have been calls for the rest of the board members to do
LA school board cuts police officers from schools, diverts $36M to support Black students
"Department for the nation's second largest school district. That force is going to get smaller Police officers on Ella campuses are being replaced by staff trained in conflict resolution and de escalation and $36 million will be diverted away from school police tow. Black student achievement Plan the L. A school board voting to cut a third of the sworn school Police force Superintendent Austin Buechner. We've been systematically failing black Children as a country that schools have to be part of the solution in our school police officers who do remain will be banned from using pepper spray on students. Alex Stone, ABC
Black Troopers Allege Discrimination in Maryland State Police
"Is set to testify tomorrow before state lawmakers about allegations of racism within their ranks. Data obtained by our news partners at NBC four indicates that there are some disparities in treatment between black and white officers. But state police deny allegations of racism. One law enforcement member who spoke anonymously to NBC for Says black officers always had to watch our backs. That's a quote and that it's never an easy playing field. Another talked about unfair hiring practices, promotions and transfers. State police superintendent declined to comment. The Maryland state Police force currently has more than 1400 troopers. Fewer than 200 of them are black. In Texas. The
Los Angeles School Board Votes To Cut School Police Force, Divert Funds To Black Student Achievement Plan
"Police force at the L. A public schools is shrinking. ABC is Alex Stone tells US policing at the second largest school district in the country is taking a hit following defund the police protest last year. Well, these officers on Ella campuses are being replaced by staff trained in conflict resolution and de escalation and $36 million will be diverted away from school police to a black student achievement plan. L. A School board voting to cut a third of the sworn school Police force Superintendent Austin Buechner. We've been systematically failing black Children as a country that schools have to be part of the solution in our school police officers who do remain will be banned from using pepper spray on
This Land Is Whose Land?
"Simon winchester joins us now from the berkshires. His latest book is called land. How the hunger for ownership shaped the modern world simon. So good to have you here. Well lovely to be a thank. You bye here. We mean of course a little bit far. The last time i think you were on this podcast it was in person but perhaps it is fitting that you are on your own piece of land for this conversation. How'd you come to want to write a book about land and land ownership by used to live in hong kong and came back in ninety seven had passed back into the hands of chinese coast. Should have done then decided largely on the advice of old enough. See then new york times correspondent in hong kong. That i should perhaps move to new england and so rather than go to london. I came to the new world. I'd be correspondent here in the seventies the eighties for the guardian and bought a little cottage town code west. Saic about one hundred ten miles. North of new york in duchess county has had few acres of garden and stuff around it but there was a a plumber from the bronx code. Caesar luria who owned a fairly tracts surrounding the house needs to come there and hunt and he was very nice man and he would off to hunting each season he would leave me a cooler with venison doorways a bottle of cognac which was particularly nice then after three or four years. He said to me that he was tired of paying the taxes on this land would i like to buy it and he named price and mice but guess why not okay so i bought the land and it was pretty useless. I have to say smith scale the north face of mountainside so. It wasn't good for raising animals. Now this fake fantasy. But one day i might but it was sort of beautiful in were couple of little streams lots of trees some of them quite magnificent they oak and hickory and of course north florida pine cherry and ash of animals. We bob cat. Once there were dare of course apply. Gm rabbits and i liked it but it was not particularly useful and eventually with this sort of fantasy. I had maybe one day. Having animals i came up here to the batches. I so that sam the house done death but kept the land and then there was this sort of major shift in my attitude towards it. When in twenty eleven i became a citizen of this country. Suddenly i realized the by owning these one hundred and thirty acres down in duchess county. I was actually invested in the country. To which is not become a citizen so then became rather interested more interested in the land itself and in history so i started digging around realized overstated. I aborted from this mr aaron. He had deep fried to that body from someone else and so the chain went back until it stopped in about the late seventeenth century. There was paperwork all the way back to then. Then i know strode duchess county in poughkeepsie. They've got all the papers but then he came to a shuddering halt because it was at that time that the documents were mainly written in dutch. Where henry hudson's explores who had come up the river. That is his name but he was working there. Being for instance she was working as an agent for the dutch. And he had first acquired land from the original settlers by non who were the mckeekan indians. But they didn't have the concept of ownership say hunted and they gathered and they settled and all the rest of it superintendent but didn't own and then i began to think well the difference between their attitude land. They're feeling was that you can never own land than you could. Own the breeze with the ocean. To maya too is. This is mind. Shoo everybody away. You start at the right to do so. That was an interesting development. And i thought maybe there would be a book and so i put it to my editor and she said yes. That would be an admirable idea. But don't keep the united states only have a look at where this originated and how it's because around the world and so that was not traveling and wondering about oh beginning in duchess county.
"superintendent" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry
"So I was one fair port dad to the Superintendent Relative to Daniel prude today a lawyer for the seven suspended officers going to stand up with the locust club and lay out in black and white literally the training regulations or whatever you call it of the Rochester Police Department and contrast those directly with what took place that night again, you and I spoke from the very first day that video is out there about what transpired on Jefferson Avenue I personally don't think that the way the officers acted is the way that I would've acted or a compassionate person would have however. It is obvious that the physical tactics that were used one was to hold down his head. The other was to place a need between his shoulder blades, both of those tactics. Are trained exactly that way by the Rochester Police Department these officers had been told by their department in this situation, this is what you do. Right and we reported on this program the Rochester Police Department adapted those techniques into their mandatory training and their standard of best practice after those techniques were approved by the State Office that oversees law enforcement agencies The boss of that Mike Green former Monroe County district attorney. So those officers that night and again i. Again I'm I nobody to second guess but you and I all looked at that and said, why didn't they just put him in the COP car? Why didn't they put a blanket on him? Why don't they watching better as he's being restrained? Why is nobody Mutt? We got all that. We mostly of US agree on that. But but the point is the actual things that were done in that situation. How do you restrain a person under those circumstances? These officers did exactly what they were trained to do. Right, and if if that wasn't the right thing to do and we can have that discussion of course, and I can understand a lot of different viewpoints on that. But if that wasn't the right thing to do, that's not on the officers. That's on the city of Rochester and. and. Because the city of Rochester Police Department adapted those two restraint techniques after they were approved by the state of.
"superintendent" Discussed on Scam Goddess
"Just employ. Because this is kind of embarrassing. We are all. Like? Oh, she's took took two hundred fifty case. Closed the case. The kids are saying no based in. So TAZAWA GLUCK and trying to cover their tracks by roping in conspirators and sharing cash. District employees, so they were like I saw everybody. On the counter three. Let's hold hands still a whole lot of money. There's still a lot of money and if you would like to become a part of the crime as well because see that happening. Please, stand up for the crime on this sheet. It will be on my on my office door later. If you would like to participate in the crowd. Please tear off one of the numbers at the bottom of this. Because listen justice justice, don't pay the bills. The newsletter. Don't pay them you. Man. So, district employees with oversight jobs were given bonuses. Deborah Regino Gluck. INS Niece worked as an accounting clerk of convenient for the Rosalyn schools installed more than eight hundred fifty thousand dollars seventy, four, an authorized Rosalyn school credit cards were circulated among the district employees in their friends and family members, so everybody was getting a coin from Rosalyn School district also like Y'all y'all can just chill a little bit vague one. Is What it sounds like your Robin Roberts. Roof. Can Open. At least do that. Fires in being on credit cards but like. I. Feel like if I was the type of person who could do such a thing, which I can't because number one ABA conscious which I really fucking hate number two. I'm a bad liar, so I would not make a great scammer, but if I was might have like millions, if scammed five hundred thousand dollars from somebody. I will splurge and like get lake. Extra Lake I. Dunno something at the at the. Glock to. Clean you like I will have the GUAC today I. will do want cheese on my burger like you've got to lay all the way I. don't I don't understand why people who are bad at crimes. Keep doing crimes Anita. It got too good to know. That's the thing about scam is about the high to? Drag me hot so gluck and was sentenced to three to nine years in prison for stealing four point nine million dollars. She was released in two thousand eleven. Unfortunately, she passed away in two thousand seventeen, but mcculskey opted to not reach out to his former superintendent when writing his screenplay, instead speaking to teachers, PDA members and other tax payers who had interacted with Tassone. He said I knew the film was called bad education, but it's a bit of a misnomer in that regard, I had an incredible education there and I think it's largely in part strangely to this man frank to so yeah, he gave a great education. You're talking to vanity. Fair breath sounds like I will. He say recruited most frank, disown, recruited most of the teachers, and they were one of the top rank schools in the country, which is true so now the Superintendent Aryan. That's an official title I believe you. It's forbidden from holding any job that requires handling money. Damn. Carl lives a low profile life in new. York but he still receives his pigeons which according to State Law. They're entitled to earn for the rest of their lives, even despite their felony convictions so frank to sewn. Makes a hundred and seventy three thousand dollars annually. Scam of the century. Wow now listen. Am I mad that he's getting his pension? Absolutely not it seems. Make the school district wonderful. He made school district. He also robbed them. Blind I'm confused as to how he was able to do. Both because doesn't it take money to improve me? Have One of the best schools in the nation Mike. He was just getting. Some of it on the teachers, but just like I think he was in there like one for you four for me. For me. I. Wow, and now he's just chilling. Plus a year he oh, he married! is He happy, right? I'm not asking for me. I'm asking for. Is You happy okay to Ya. Happy. So two thousand five. He wrote a letter to The New York Times, refuting aspects of their coverage. He said my lunch life that you write about included fourteen hour days for many years while I moved in the district. Forward admit many goals of the board of Education. I hope the hardworking mothers and Fathers Rosler also remember how much the schools have improved it besides the roof as a result of my leadership. They're real. Estate values have increased like nowhere else in the country primarily because of the schools, the student population increased by thirty three percent during my twelve years in the district, so he said look, what are y'all absolutely without also do my job while I robbed you for short. in doesn't educate a not deserve more money anyway. Air exactly leave me alone. Everyone's happy right hurt here except the. Guys Right. Everybody got what they wanted. What did you want us to do with these? What school district needs millions and millions of dollars? I wonder if he has like a vendetta against the girl on the student newspaper. Like I want. You pesky kids, and you literally is for the meddling kids. Out To these children. Man Living in the world. We have a quick break and we'll be right back with the end the show..
"superintendent" Discussed on Scam Goddess
"What is build. When we ever gone right? We actually go build something with. A few years past. It's been a few. Paths. Narrow. Reminds me of my old church home and I had a pastor. He might be dead now. Reverend Jackson I feel like He. Probably he probably did, but he was very charismatic, and he was a scammer, and he was just like Oh. My God one of the best sermons like he when he started really preaching ghetto swear Tam. Log. And he would be sweating. He. Will Beach was so good and I never. You've got fan. We had to get the fan of leaks, absolutely we. Start stretching, get ready I'm. Right right about the start stomping, stopping running and for the white listeners out there. That's what Black Baptist. do also who else does this who speaks in turn? Hostile hit a castell castell. I think Bay. Long up a map stop list. Why are you saying apple? Apple Valley up a apocalypse wicklow soccer lips close enough close enough. Yes go like to. Run around and have a good time, but yeah. I'll never forget when he starts stealing from the charge because he started changing up. He would be like. Oh, no I. Know Yeah, women is going. Going to Dallas, which was the big city in Texas for. this. Shut out the Tara He's like I know. You wanted a big city and yellen saved up your money. But why are you spending your money on clothes when you need to be spending your money on God? And by God, I mean be. In the building. Owner has a everlasting building fun. He came to school. I know Frank. I know you needed I know you went to Gucci and you probably treated yourself I. Know You win and got these lobsters and perhaps that people would have noticed but. Fixing the. It should definitely been higher up on the priority list as in everybody's GonNa see. The roof is Bra every day and they're going to notice when Matt fixed, you know. How long did you think they weren't going to notice that? The roof was not it should have been least top five. You know. Go to Gucci by out. The bar gives some lobster right fix. The roof fixed the rue and go to I. Don't know now wherever you wherever rich people go right. I just feel like you gotTA. You gotTa put before you pull up to Mercedes. I think you really do need to pull up the home depot. Like got to be the first I mean there. You go to Mercedes'. Yeah, it'll make you look better, and maybe you won't get the fuck up maybe. So obviously things are adding it so while playing the role of devoted superintendent remember because he loved to go to lunches with everybody and they could. he was also siphoning off two point two million dollars on vacations to the Caribbean, you said. Rant on an upper east side apartment, thirty three thousand dollars worth of local dry cleaning. I mean you gotta get the get Gucci Right. Steve Harvey since together. Listen you where you went wrong about that and I. You need a good dry cleaner. Because for a long time I didn't have a good dry cleaner and I used to do it in. New York to drop my clothes off. Bre I didn't notice until I moved that all my designer t-shirts gone. Why shirt like life of Pablo before Conway was problematic? stealing my designer clothes. Drop off pounds laundry. That's idea. Oh, no, this is open because my Alameda put my family on his by like giving my brother. His favorite thing was the by close dragon. And I was like wait. Is this legal? He's just like you know they just there. And I was like what they belonged to someone at first, and he was like well. Maybe they don't want. Mayo brother needs to fight. After the show I would give you all co-ordinates. Because he probably about when. Listen! I need to hit him up and be like so where do I do? If. I got a buyback. My designer clothes so. I mean he would have cheaper to the first time. I'm just be straight with my own blog. Look, I'm Gosto machine now. How much to get it back? We're GONNA. Keep the COPS additives I'll. Just you know one on one right there like you black. You're always going to keep the cops out of it I'm like. that. Okay. Y.. A white woman. By the time you get here I, will be white. While you're checking and doll American. Dog. My. Shirts. So thirty three thousand dollars worth of his local dry cleaning I mean money will spend, so you get your clothes back? And for fifty thousand dollars in flights to London just specifically owned Oh. Wow aggie at home i. don't know Susan across the pond yet. He must have Coz in different. Area Codes for shellfish Oh he's. Postal codes. NFL found. Fifty six thousand, six, hundred forty five dollars of the schools funds. He used to pay a Manhattan weight. Loss Dr Frank was also. Like three times a year. How much on the weight loss Dr? Fifty, six thousand, six hundred forty five dollars. WHAT THE FUCK! Did he order like. I don't like weight. Watchers does not cost him. What an Oprah's out here, giving y'all meal plans for like thirty I listen. I'm just GONNA stay. Thicken delightful. It take. Do I, mean right. You know so much of our weight loss culture is rooted fat phobia, but I'm like. Is this a good scam to get part of because it was he that fad after fifty fifty six thousand dollars later. Did he different right? We need a before and after we do. Also how do you keep making money? You don't. have so many very big. After fifty six thousand dollars I'd better look like exactly what I wanNA look like I. Don't know what. Exactly right I've got. A hold of a pitcher be asking and then be like yes, exactly exactly the same burden. I think that's totally fair. I think that's reasonable. So he paid a weight loss doctor, all this money frank was also going to vegas like two or three times a year on the school districts dime. Okay, turn up. One parent said suddenly. It's not Franken a Ford Taurus with his pants. Way Up to here. It's frank with his hair slicked back in a facelift. Teachers couldn't fail to notice the long light scars behind his ears..
"superintendent" Discussed on Scam Goddess
"It definitely don't use that. Hopefully Dang. I know in. This kind of stuff has been happening. There used to be voyeurs I don't know if they still do this, but like. When you will go to the gas station, there would be people who had hacked into the systems that you can pay for on the outside external gas station places, and they would be lingering nearby. Steal your car, information, information and stuff like so people have been. I remembered at I remember that and they keep elevating as much as we get ahead of them. You know the scam. Industry constantly evolves, and that's why I love it. The ingenuity. You know what I'm talking about. Like just right, right? Motivating right so if you guys are out there and you need to charge your phone. Just check out the cable. I maybe just bring Dude I do. If you can afford it, I have a car charger cable that I only have in the car. I have a cable that I leave at the House and I have a cable that I. Put in my purse. You can put it in your man wallet or Kyrie and that way. You don't have to like 'cause. I used to bring them back and forth, and I'll always lose no. Yup? Get rechargeable battery pack their small these days charging, but you the house because up here in New York I'm just like car charger. I ain't got one. I don't have a car to put that in all right. There option you right. Train you absolutely right about that. You are on and I. Don't know if on the train with the Romans tries to have plugs, don't they immigration? Is the lightning. I feel like Charles. Expert, because you know. The white areas got. The white areas got everything. The white areas got go. Right, no cops waiting at the interest to beat you over. Twenty five dollars seventy five. Exactly they help you get off the train. It's wild to help me. What Shampoo Shampoo for me. Thanks. So. Sad so sad the times we live in. It is laugh to keep from being depressed right literally. That's why black people are constantly laughing I, know this the guys I do just have to mention this. Woman Amy Cooper. That twitter ruined her life. Yes man shot. Kubat ruined her own life. Her all life. Yes, but the twitter really took it upon itself to make sure that it was extra ruined and. Not just gotTa say shadow to whoever found out where she adopted that dog and contacted the dog. If you haven't heard the story, there was a white woman in Central Park. They're calling her central park. Care her name's Amy Cooper. She is a scammer and an excellent voice over actress She needs to be as somebody's booth immediately she does. Talent jumped out. It really did She was in the ramble in Central Park. If that's a familiar place for you with her, Cocker Spaniel, the leash the leash laws state that she'd. The dog needs to be on a leash It was disturbing bird watching areas. That bird watchers were trying to you know. Get a bird on watch birds I. Don't know what. Seems very thank. You got it I. think that's what they do. I think that would. I mean like I feel like they gotta have more complex things that they'd be doing fine, so they're watching birds. If you say so. Tracy, no watching birds. I do I assist. Sound, she got her dog off the leash, running off crazy and this black man who's also last name Cooper hilarious. Enough Christian Cooper. They probably related. It's probably some ancestry dot com like Somebody looks. Somebody's ancestor owned right into. So. So he asked her politely to put the dog on a leash. Of course the Casati jumped out, and she immediately put her Karen Wig and decided to call the police on this man, and he started filming her. She said I'M GONNA call the police and I. WanNa tell him that doesn't African American Matt? Attacking me. Stoking, but that's about as how she sounded. Like she started to scarlet, O'Hara's them, Shit. Day Day what do? The big scary, African American in the way that she said that Shit like she like I'm GonNa. Tell them there's an African American man out here. I bet you know what you do it. You know what you are about to do American grow. He wouldn't get off. The sidewalk are paying. Nearly data. Fred, you. Swear swear for God. He plays those two big liberally among. White. So she did a whole big long call, and like honestly amy. Cooper is a scammer and I. Really Kinda WanNa look into her past, because boy that acting was superb, she started choking dog I dunno, she bid to do that on purpose. But she. Comes to was too into it too into it and Mike the whole time. He's dragging his poor little dog around like a like a rag doll. The dogs like power like hey, hey, hey, hey, amy. Rookie real quick replace. I'm out. Back okay breathe literally. I can't breathe right. It was crazy to me is when I really started to. The video was like so if there was no videotape, it would just sound like the woman is like I was watching jog. Grow came in and. Grow. Probably, hear that in the like. Oh this. Distress and her dog is like right. Oh get the rifles. Even.
"superintendent" Discussed on Scam Goddess
"What's popping congregation, welcome back to another installment of scam goddess, and yes, we are doing these remote. Handy I just took a ginger sip from my water very far away from my computer, as I had to buy a new one because I was scammed. By water. This is Lacey Moseley Ak scam got us and I'm super. Excited I always say this for our next guest and I am still excited guy. Southern has a stay normal You've heard her on the strong black podcasts which she hosts by net flicks, and you've seen her all over twitter as broke poverty. One of my favorite twitter accounts to follow I have missed. How are you stupid? Excited to be here? My dream is only to talk about true crime in any form or fashion, and I think this is only the second time I've been able to do it like where? It's welcome expected usually I'm like parties like so. Who Do you think you'll Jon Benet and so this? More appropriate situation to to discuss I'll fall in love a scam. Yes, also what a throwback you at the party like over the KHUDA garage like. Still Thinking was. Ninety one. Base. They'll be making his own stuff about it. Also I do think it was the Brenner just want to say I really do think it was the brother. Acura, shake the foul. Yeah, because I mean nothing, else makes sense, you know right 'cause. Why would they cover it up because Jon? Benet was about to be their cash cow. She's going to get them all the coin exactly exactly. They wake me. Are She was abandoned? Never kill I guess I, shouldn't. OUGHTA Babich. anyways. I like to cancel it at the beginning of the episode. That's. got. Yes, so good. Okay, so you relationship with scams. You would say like you like wh- you like scammers likes game stories. Have you ever been scanned been involved in anything? Oh absolutely? But every time I walk out my door. I live in Brooklyn. Is Pretty much. What happens big facts? Big Facts New York. You have to keep your head on a swivel at all times. I used to live there in on Stanton. For me as I wanted to fight everybody all the time. Yup Yup sounds about right. Nothing has changed in case you. In case you were wondering. Also of my friends are moving to L. A.. I'm like what about me I? Leave me out here to deal with Alex by myself Oh. Eventually we get yo ASS, Tracy! They all have to move at some. Please do. They all have to believe do the light side, but also the dark and. They. All need good mental health at some point, right? Everybody needs a run on canyon and a green juice honey. Eventually we get you. Know Chiefs. Yes. Ma'am yes I'm glad I, see the way your face lights. We met on twitter and I actually was tweeted about the show and people were like. You have to have Tracy Tracy and I already followed. You think you're funny in great on twitter so I was like. Girl, please where album sliding Dianchi. You responded to my. US. Ed quarter of Algiers is. That was like Tom and place I'm a I'm a cheap date. Easy when fast girls you grandmom, award you about. Right I was as well I. think that's what my mom kept me in the house because she was going to be trying to be out here, so I never really got to leave. I did a lot of thanks shutter Tom from my space for making me a coder. You had to get them What do you call it? A where the where the thing is that like the values or whatever? Adam forgot all my mind space academy called Hey. Come on. Mike and Mike Role in text yet did. Everything! souped up page. I had the news I remember. You, back Cassie I've been bad. Move tether laugh that was paid, and Cassie has to thank for her career turns. A. Wow, that is a theory that needs examining. New Pack I had the rotating. Nominate 'cause I'm chaotic good. Actually chaotic. Every time you come to the. New Person and number one. Keep all my friend. GOT TO GOT DON'T SLEEP Guys. Let's get into it. We're GONNA start with our first segment. Here was hot in for Rod, and this actually comes from the L.. A. P. facebook account, which is not a place I like to frequent I really don't fuck with the police. What you you get over to Azure? Shout out to Cheryl Bear my research assistant. She goes places I will not go one of those places. Is the LAPD website I just be scared. Obvious care clicking on what they go, see me you. Literally the other day, a cop was at my neighbor's door. I think they had like a child custody issue. Nothing like crazy, but the daughter like didn't WanNa go to the Daddy. House was I listening to the people absolutely. But. Go what's GonNa, walk and I saw a police officer girl. Why just closed the door back ago? Becker House? You know you know damn well why you just close the door with they can the house. To damn black two walkout confidently when police that close which is fucking Ooh I know is so fucked. There's so much crazy stuff happening in the news, and sadly it's no different than it has been years previous, but I was like. NOPE, not today was like Shaun King about to make me my. Clothes at door. Right there!.
"superintendent" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Get the superintendent on to get him on the record about what their plans are what the intentions are what they're hoping to achieve you heard that he was you know upbeat about the fact that they had up to forty plus thousand students connecting in one way or the other this sometime earlier this week of course there are a hundred and eighty nine thousand students in the system and my understanding is that many of those connections were you know maybe for one class at a time forty five minutes or so I you've got kids who are looking to get a full school day and right now and my understanding is you're not getting it and the superintendent acknowledges that he says we're not where we need to be and that we need to get where we need to be and I want you to expand on that discussion a bit more here as we now have the superintendent taking full responsibility on the record saying what he's doing and what he hopes to do well how does that square with your experience right now as a parent of children in that school system let's start with can in Fairfax go ahead can your first up on WMAL yes hi he there's an aspect to this I didn't hear address the think is very important because in addition to some of the you know sort of Danticat's specs with advocates for the roles filled by our schools engine preparing our young people to have the proper attitudes and behaviors the good citizens of our society to understand the need to respect for others the socialization aspect the school they're not going to be you know presented its appearance with these distance learning I mean if the messages to get our students understand the need to respect other students of different beliefs yeah you know transgender students of respect different choices that people make to understand our pain and the need to protect it and save it yeah I thought that the school provides the student it's an important warning I'll be honest with you right now I think the priority needs to especially for this extraordinary circumstance the priority should definitely be the basics I think if they can get the basics done that would be a miracle given the challenges they've had and then maybe they can expand on that but I gotta be honest it can thank you for the call as a parent who has had children in public schools in parochial schools and the and the I a home schooled my children I've done all of the above and to me frankly teaching my children respect for others teaching my children respect for other faiths teaching my children our compassion for other individuals and what often gets put under this umbrella of socialization it was never better than when hi and my children's mother were responsible for that instruction so that all of those things could be taught through the lens of our world view and our morals and all our ethics and I should hope that parents will take advantage of this opportunity to have their children with them so much at home that they will take that up because I'm openly I think that that is the primary responsibility of parents and if parents do that then we won't need the public schools to do it because sadly when public schools do they do it through there the lens of their world view and that doesn't always match many many parents world view and these are our children after all but I thank you for the observation very much so how about Matt's in southern Maryland we're talking about Travis county schools but let's face it everyone in the area is dealing with frustrations and roadblocks and speed bumps with their school district it's just been really heightened in Fairfax go ahead Matt you're on WMAL Hey well thanks for taking my call yeah I think you guys got the lead there for a second here's the here's the thing so it I heard you say that you have to look at kids may be being held back because of what their parents have decided to do I find that completely out of line no child this year should be held back because of the decisions that govern the governor has made whether it's Virginia Maryland it could be called into the matter well here's the thing they're going to find out that the numbers whether they're right or wrong they didn't warrant what's going on I know a lot of people are free to say this I've done the numbers I would argue it's only about.
"superintendent" Discussed on KOMO
"The north shore superintendent closed after staff member came down with flu like symptoms and we closed again on Tuesday some take things a step further and close all schools in the district council staff can be trained on ways to teach students outside of the classroom if that becomes necessary in the coming days for staff will also come up with a plan does disinfect or deep clean every school not just the campuses in the district where issues have been raised county health officials said right now schools have every right to close for cleaning but school closures are not necessary they say practicing good hygiene is vital right now we don't have an outbreak linked yet and when that occurs of course things will pan out our message will pay that we will deploy more attention to that school and those parents Patty Hayes the director of Seattle and king county public health she said the department is in the process of setting up a call center that will help answer questions from superintendents from teachers healthcare workers about what to do what action should be taken he says the health department has been flooded with calls from various school districts and right now they're trying to get back to those superintendents state of Washington has become the epicenter of the call visit nineteen corona virus outbreak in the U. S. A. B. C.'s Kaylee Hartung reports from Kirkland what we're seeing is the tip of the iceberg a state of emergency issued in Washington state this nursing home in Kirkland the source of six of the confirmed cases health officials say at least fifty more patients are being evaluated researchers in Washington telling ABC news their analysis of samples of the virus strongly suggest it's been spreading in the state for the past six weeks in New York City a woman in her thirties is self quarantine in her Manhattan apartment contracting the virus after traveling to Iran new York's mayor tweeting we have thought it was a matter of when not if there would be a positive case of coronavirus in New York in Rhode Island high school is shut down for the week two people testing positive for the virus there after returning from a school trip to Italy the major task is for us is to continue the extensive contact tracing work several American universities abruptly ending their study abroad programs in countries where the virus is quickly spreading a student at Saint Mary's college is studying in Italy and being urged to return home we were asked to leave as soon as possible before anything upwards to Costco in Washington state lines of shoppers were seen stocking up on necessities like white toilet paper and water public health officials reassuring Americans that eighty percent of cases of coronavirus or mild and citing the low number of cases they're calling for calm ramping up testing it you know we now have seventy five thousand tests available out there in the United States in over the next week that will expand and radically the elderly and anyone with a weakened immune system it's a high risk for the virus but health care workers and first responders are finding themselves in vulnerable situations a quarter of the one hundred firefighters here in the city of Kirkland are now under quarantine after being exposed to the virus at that nursing home facility not far from here none of them are showing symptoms they're being closely monitored at twenty fifty past the hour on komo news your call will propel insurance money up today with investors optimistic that central banks will take the necessary steps.
"superintendent" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Things to know right now superintendent height reminding staff how to deal with immigration agents after ice arrested a mother at an elementary school study say thirty minutes of exercise a day will help your brain and your body stay young and recapping our top story a Delaware County elementary school is on high alert after a second grader died of complications of the flu it's all ahead in the next fifteen minutes good morning I'm Brendan broke and I'm Carol mackenzie to McLaughlin at the editors that the Philadelphia school district is reminding teachers and administrators how to deal with requests for visits from immigration and customs enforcement agents the measures being taken because a mother was taken into custody last Tuesday a Kirkbride elementary years K. Y. W. city hall bureau chief Pat low this city and school district have been working to keep ice agents from targeting parents when they're dropping off or picking their children up from school according to superintendent William height to the incident at the South Philadelphia school clock staff on a where a mother dropped to challenge to the head start program and then once we understand taken into custody the ice but later released ice could not provide additional information but a spokesman said he would research the matter height says the district wants to remind staff that schools have strict privacy policies including about immigration status children do not have to give us proof of birth or proof of citizenship we educate all children in schools must remain the safe place for families and children can calm at city hall Pat lobe KYW newsradio that's right as Attorney General was to shut down one of Philadelphia's largest tow truck companies Hey why W. Justin it with that story a few years back George Smith towing was found to have a legally told at least two hundred vehicles from different places across Philadelphia and act in Sylvania turning general Joshua curls this is unacceptable working as hard enough in the city of Philadelphia with out being illegally towed Shapiro says George Smith entered a settlement with his office it required restitution for consumers and civil penalties and agreement not to violate conserving is unfair trade practices laws the company is yet to pay that six thousand dollars restitution to the drivers in that suit says Shapiro who adds George Smith is still a legally towing vehicles now less than two years later George Smith calling it back to their same old tricks they continue to engage in these practices that harm consumers he says that's why he's taking them to court our goal is to make sure that everyone who's been wrong by church at telling gets their money back in the George from telling it out of business if they're not going to stop these predatory practices when KYW newsradio reached out to George Smith they refused to speak on the matter just a note okay wide W. newsradio it would have to use force with Dave you were exported spots by septa taking steps to the game as a pro move go from center city to center court just thirteen minutes get your rights started I step the Philly dot com.
"superintendent" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"As interim superintendent. How would you define what your job or mission or task will be? You know, I think for me it's really thinking about the vision that set board and the mission that our board has established for our district. And then making sure that across our organization all of our work is aligned and coherence such a way. That's driving us to great outcomes for kids as it relates to the mission of our organization, which is like high quality education experience for our students that they leave productive citizens ready to leave lead lives that are fulfilling and be productive citizens in our community any major changes or things you plan to do a little differently like say, no every superintendent sort of has their own stamp not saying that the previous superintendent was bad by Detroit imagination, but everybody has their own sort of different leadership management priority styles. Yeah. I mean, I think you know, the board has been pretty clear on the path to progress that we're on now into, you know, generally, stay on that path. And so I think that will be a big part of my job. I also think though, there's an opportunity for us to really highlight the great things that are happening in IP s I think too often the amazing teachers and students. Just work happening in our schools gets overlooked in. So I really see me making efforts to make sure that we're highlighting the great stuff. That's happening in our district every day. I know one of the criticisms that ipads has gotten over the past year or so has been your partnership with the charters innovation schools and some people saying, hey, guys are in the pocket of the mind, trust, etc. View as a deputy superintendent, your job was oversee a lot of that any changes in that area. Or no modification going to keep moving forward. This partnerships. You know, what you also knows? We have a new board composition that'll be in place. Come january. And so I think for me it'll be looking to them to sort of see what their priorities are over. The course of this, you know, rest of the school year. I don't anticipate any, you.
"superintendent" Discussed on American History Tellers
"And yet there are no designated trails, no designated facilities. It's all essentially a wilderness park and not that parks of large scale with very little development in them is unusual in Alaska. But I think I think it's the landscape. I think it's the wildness I think is the opportunity for unconfined recreation and recreation. That is so difficult to find for some of us anyway anymore. The lower forty eight stay. It's in some ways anytime spending Alaska. If if if this place touches your heart is as as we just mentioned in some ways, it makes you almost unfit to live anywhere else unfit what I said almost unfit. That's right. So now unfit for life anywhere else. You are the superintendent of the gates of the Arctic national park and preserve as well as Yukon Charley rivers national preserve, right. So in this case, I'm the superintendent for both of those National Park Service conservation units. Gates of the Arctic has the distinction apparently of being the least visited recreationally national park of the system other than its remoteness, which is probably the answer. Is there any other reason why gates of the Arctic is set apart from the other parks will again, I, you know, I don't know how different we are for those parks that are off the off the road system. I, I will say that. Compiling the visitor use numbers for gauge. The Arctic is particularly challenging due to the fact that visitors are not required to register to get a permit. So the data that we collect on back country visitation is gleaned solely from.
"superintendent" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"To from determine the so superintendent far is it some sort dr of nikola branding viti announcement and all's for we've been dps able to determine so cd far is it some sort could of be something branding to do with announcement the overall for theme eps of cd the school district could be moving something forward to do of course with the overall we'll theme be here to cover that further of announcement the school expected district shortly after moving ten forward o'clock this of course morning stay with newsradio we'll nine be here fifty to cover that for for announcement live expected coverage shortly reporting after live ten o'clock outside this morning nolan stay elementary with newsradio school nine mike fifty campbell for live j coverage newsradio reporting nine live v and outside especially nolan violent elementary nine school in the mike city campbell of detroit w over w on the west j side newsradio a man nine in his v twenties and especially was shot violent and killed nine at a in marathon the city of detroit gas station over on when the west police side say he a went man inside in his to twenties recharge was your shot cell and phone killed in shot a marathon and gas killed station when police detectives say he went are inside looking for two to recharge suspects your cell phone there's also shot an investigation and taking killed place at detectives an east side are looking liquor for two store suspects after there's a clerk also an investigation got into a taking shootout place at an with east side several people liquor who store were causing a after commotion a clerk got one into man a shootout is in critical condition with several the clerk people said who to were be causing in serious a condition commotion if you were one going man is to in this critical weekend's open condition house the clerk at said the michigan to be in serious central condition depot in if did you not were going register to this ahead weekend's of time open house you're gonna have at to the take a michigan number of and central await depot in the did live not and local details register ahead from of ww time jay's well ron you're gonna dewey's have to take a number of officials await at foretelling the live wwe and local details jay they are from now www at capacity as ron dewey's for pre registration officials said foretelling for this w open w house j that they begins are now at tomorrow capacity afternoon for from pre one registration to six saturday sunday for this ten open to five house on the that train begins stations tomorrow main floor afternoon with an from exhibit one to six with saturday the detroit sunday historical ten to society five on the train interactive stations activities main floor why with an bureau exhibit making live with the graffiti detroit historical ourselves sorts society of fun things happening interactive all weekend activities ford was encouraging libero visitors making live to graffiti our as artists vp all sorts of online fun things happening so all they weekend could sign ford a digital was encouraging waiver visitors before they to arrived rsvp and online that filled up quickly so they could sign guests a digital are now waiver in invited before to they join arrived the wait list and at that ford filled up quickly m c guests open are house now invoice dot invited splash to join that the wait list dot at com ford why m the c local open rondo house e w.
"superintendent" Discussed on Riggle's Picks with Rob Riggle & Sarah Tiana
"Yeah sure tell me another one it was dr tomato galena what is this piece of miss glit for mog ogoni already two years old new forty two year old superintendent dick day g it makes me mad i think right now 'cause i'm hungry but he makes me so bad right here just like pudding rice piece of dumped shit i shouldn't be full of steak full of putting out right yeah have any chips that's what you're making that's your breaking like i can't have like those kennel cook chips salting really chris all the salt come on leave your your water that's just your illness i i don't know why but this guy makes me so fucking bad it's probably because he is been trusted in a position of responsibility and he's supposed to lead by example and he's supposed to be a beacon for people to look at and guide to for leadership and emulate and he has the sick for going to take a shit on people's tracks call some tracks just just trying to run a good mile wholesome good clean cut tracks just trying to just get my shot put on in the morning got a look down half a piece of whole laying in the middle of the and he's been doing it for a while dash this is right right he's been doing this for a while facial he's he's been fact the reason if i'm not mistaken the reason they caught him is because they set up cameras specifically to catch him because he's been doing so much hot d.
"superintendent" Discussed on Riggle's Picks with Rob Riggle & Sarah Tiana
"I've heard before well it starts out it's this was the superintendent sure yeah the superintendent principal the superintendent of all the schools yeah comes and tastes his is a here her thing of course it's a he of course he comes and takes his afternoon dumps on the high school track afternoon yeah i don't know the guy's name morning early morning early morning so he has his he has a starbucks kids tip coffee and he goes down to the track and he takes deuce on the track the one that he got caught for was precincts am wow that's early call to really earlier that his regular though he's regular what have you was like the biology teacher it's so disgusting to me obviously anybody just taking a dump on a track outside and public unless you're in the woods on some sort of spy kweskin emergency you had to pull the car over right but for an adult an adult with responsible position in society i the superintendent of a series of schools as entire district of schools decides that the good choice the good decision is to drop your pants in broad daylight and just pinch off a low on the hot d.
"superintendent" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"The promise program and we learn that the superintendent their runcie in that sheriff are incudes knocked to report people committing students who are committing felonies in order to make sure that they were records are improve that the prison population dozen continue to be the same percentages when known felons when known troublemakers when known mentally deranged people are allowed to pass background jacks because of a government policy this is a liberal education policy had nothing to do with guns the n r a ring we had sixty six different times and ways to stop the shooting and not one time was the occasion take him to stop the shooting and to do something about this perpetrator that too is part of the american educational system in addition to the dumbing down in addition to siphoning off the ability to think liberal education policy is getting kids killed at the same time and what good people will stand up and defend metaph in well they're going to get killed well look at what the people do stand up and defend that look within that they they get raked over the coals they are they are targeted themselves for four reputational destruction uh and and so forth in other crying shame about all this is the libs get away with all of these things under.
"superintendent" Discussed on Fore Play
"You know and it's it's every day you know you got to get out had a play you know uh 'cause we were so busy at once you get going it's hard to get things done uh around ploy so what makes growing grass different in all different parts of the country and you know up in the northeast kind of what are your toughest challenges up here well it's his did it all different types of grass right so you got the northern grasses you got the southern rashes uh is the transitions all where they consorted both grow but they don't like doing that and there uh it to other you know i mean we we grow some people grow bank grass we we we maintain paul anka um and you gotta babysitter you know you buy everything we do is is at the mercy of mother nature you know too much rains not good too little range out good to law it's not good dry and windy is not good i do we would never happy uh you know superintendent ever have the right it's always something and people look at me and i go its carried i'm like now it's uh uh you know and uh every waste at all it's great year this year well you know you don't work any less because you still here all the time babysitting the place and uh showed the weather is by far the number one an issue that we have to deal with in the in the northeast if we've got a really tough winter how much that affects your preparation of the golf course the beginning of the year.
"superintendent" Discussed on Fore Play
"Really uh she what's going on you know 'cause we get a lotta real odd moving parts and with fifty so modern police it doesn't take much for one person can make a mistake or something because it's not like cook in a burger in a in a in the kitchen where you get a redo there's no redo button for us if we screw something up you're going to see it and uh yep that's a problem with us with everything we do is on public display every day right or we make a mistake we got to catch it earlier we don't want to make that mistake so uh you know that's why i'm out there every day checking it out walk in it so you mentioned fifty employees do you you are there just different groups of people who are experts you have like bunker guys versus green guys or how does all that work uh we've got a uh yeah we're fortunate up here we we get to attract could could could guys i've got a great group of guys saw you know i've got a uh a bunch of guys who have turf degrees uh like myself i've so i've got a uh a a main superintendent i've got assistance i've got about seven or eight assists bench i've got uh interns turpin turns i've got to me i tease assistant and training so we got a really good team of all the turf came we call it that uh does all the chemical application as the fertilizer the hand watering out in a world where hand watering everything every day and they do all the technical stuff and then we have um you know the other cruised do um you know all the mowing in the bunkers and earn um all the other daily maintenance rahm.
"superintendent" Discussed on Fore Play
"And we have a barstools able to provide us a massive audience uh who's gonna love this stuff resembled a hook a sop with stuff was able to get us gas people recommend and stuff left and right barstools awesome this podcast presented by barschel sports we do have on this week as i just mentioned we are this is superintendent week now we've just deemed at superintendent week the yeah we put out the word last week our and we've kinda send an all along but we won as interesting guests we don't wanna have just easier to her pros on all the time we want wanna all across the gulf landscape we want to cover jobs and our guy steve this week he is he's an interesting fellow he is the man um wing foot is i mean it's may be the most iconic us open venue there is we are kind of talking so i was invited alpi couple still lease to wing foot have played both courses now at this point very impressed i mentioned this in the interview with steve but stunned at the vibe at wing foot they got their little kinda bar grill area that sits uh kind of just past the patio uh in the clubhouse which is you know the economy club azerbaijan seen it is a phenomenal seen everybody knows everybody arrays having drinks there the nicest people in the world which she ever know where you go where these places are going to be stuffy shirt is it gonna be i waas spee they're gonna be i go who are these wing foot is a blast have had an unbelievable table times i was there maids who connections met a bunch of people there like you got to have our guy are superintendent steve rabah on he's the man he's obviously he's big patriots fans of ios borsellino's we've are still got into a little bit he was that fog the fog game last night's we got into that a little bit i talked about fog ate a little bit we get into trees no was hit this.