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Fresh update on "superintendent" discussed on WBBM Programming
"Police today announced the looting Associated felony arrest of Year old man captured on video Monday morning, smashing into an ATM with a hammer superintendent David Brown thank the community for their part in providing tips that led to the identification of the man, and he re upped on his message to looters. Tips are continuing. Poor Ian computers continues to speak out loudly and clearly looters. Not in our city. Not in our town. You can run, but you can't hide. The Chicago Police Department will continue to post images of persons connected to looting on the department's website. Former Illinois governor James Thompson, has died. His wife says He died shortly after eight o'clock last night at the Shirley Ryan Ability Lab in downtown Chicago. He was 84 years old. Thompson, a Republican from Chicago, was elected governor in 1976 and served for four terms until he left office in 1991. Four terms are a record in Illinois history. House Republican leader Jim Durkin tells W. BBM that Thompson loved the state of Illinois was largely was larger than life. He loved meeting people He loved being part of the process he loved. The legislative process in digging in and getting things done. Governor Pritzker, Former Governor Jim Edgar and Illinois House Speaker Mike Madigan are among others offering condolences and tributes to Thompson. Several dozen people showed up outside the Washington D. C condo, where the new postmaster general lives to protest the service cuts happening inside the U. S. Postal Service. It was no joy for your joy protest Dozens of people showing up.
Dallas ISD Will Rely on County Guidance on Reopening
"Dallas I, Asti Superintendent Michael Hinojosa says the district will follow the guidance of the county Health Department. When it comes to win and how to start school. And today, County Judge Clay Jenkins says the committee will make its recommendations next week. He says he knows this is a priority and we're going to get that information to you long before you have to make your decision so in most public schools and most private schools, for that matter, Because we're all almost everyone. He is following the health guidance to not start in person instruction until September 8. Now since the start of July, more than 2900 kids who've been diagnosed with virus, 66 of them have had have been hospitalized. Today, the county is reporting another 885 people have tested positive for the virus. Nine with the dead what the virus have died, 816 people now have passed away due to covert 19 in Dallas
Fresh update on "superintendent" discussed on WBBM Programming
"Unsuccessful as police were able to keep them from getting there. And now, apparently, the protest, as we said, has shifted over to Indiana, heading North, apparently toward Grant Park live on the South side. Gym Goddess NewsRadio one of five point NFL Chicago police announced the felony arrest of a 20 year old Chicago man captured on video smashing into an ATM with a hammer. CPD Superintendent David Brown says the man was identified with the help of community tips shortly after images of looters were released by the department. I want to thank the community. For standing up. And speaking out against this shameful destruction. At a press conference, chief Detective Brendan Dina.
Supt. Brown: Police will be out ahead of anyone thinking of looting
"Superman David Brown has unveiled the department's plan to put a stop to looting, he says. It's a collaborative effort with law enforcement partners, including the FBI, as well as with Cook County State's attorney, Kim Foxx, County state's attorney has said. She has committed to working without detective toe, prosecute offenders cop committing acts of criminality. So the highest extent possible plan calls for additional officers both downtown and in the neighborhoods this weekend as well. It's deploying what the superintendent calls all tactics available. Police say they will use stop strips to puncture car tyres. They'll close off streets box in any car caravans that developed and call in tow trucks to help his well. Mayor
Fresh update on "superintendent" discussed on WBBM Programming
"200 is joining its neighboring district cell and starting the school year. Online Superintendent Jeff Shuler says District 200 is changing course on its real Opening plan and starting the school year with remote learning for middle and high school students. The decision comes just two days after the Illinois Department of Public Health released new guidelines, which Shuler says have made the current plans impossible to implement elementary. Early childhood and students and specialized programs will be able to start the year in person, but the district must now modify their schedules. The district is also recommending the school board approve the start of the school year be pushed back to September 1st. Rachel Pearson NewsRadio one or 5.9. FM. Endemic, has created uncertainties about jobs, housing childcare that has led to an unprecedented amount of mental health concerns. Alexa James is the CEO of the National Alliance on Mental Illness. Chicago a lot more people are having panic attacks, crying, weeping more, You know, we mentioned the feeling of our body feeling, achey. All of these things are happening, and so we we really need to pay attention to it and note that it could be Caused by high levels of anxiety and depression. James says her organization is already Seymour calls for mental health support in the last six months compared to all of last year. Down to the American West in Southern California. Combination Extreme heat and wildfire..
Teachers and Parents Asking Dallas ISD Board To Delay In-School Learning
"That Dallas I SD school board today heard from parents and teachers who are against sending students back to school on campus. Kor LD Is Austin your cast the latest currently the school year in the district starts up on September 8th, with online only learning for the 1st 4 weeks, But around 50 teachers and parents signed up to implore the board delay on campus. Learning further human life must be the priority of this decision making body. This virus affects every major organ system, including liver kidney. His lungs, heart and brain. It is still too dangerous to open up face to face. One death is one too many school districts across the country Reopen. We see hundreds of students, teachers and other school employees that are being forced to quarantine because their leadership did not doing now. Superintendent Michael had a host express doubt that the district will be ready to open up on campus even by November 1st, they hope to vote on delaying the start date further next week. Austin York News Radio 10 80 care really
Fresh update on "superintendent" discussed on WBBM Programming
"Is to make it possible. I'm Tom Kaczmarski for news Radio 7 81 5.9 FM BABY News Time, 11 25 Obviously, attorney Kim Talk says all along her office has been prosecuting people charged with looting and has only received a few dozen cases from Chicago police in this round. She's the guests are at issue program this weekend, while Chicago police Monday said that they had made about 100 arrests for looting overnight. Cook County State's attorney, Kim Foxx, says the department only brought 42 cases to her for felony review. And of those, she says her office approves felony charges in 41 So the other 60 CPD mayor filed misdemeanor charges. People may have been let go, but they weren't presented to our office in that distinction is really important to make, particularly in light of the conversations. We've been having all police Superintendent David Brown has suggested. The state's attorney didn't prosecute enough looters after unrest in May in June, But Fox says all of the people charged with looting are being prosecuted. Craig Della more news radio, 105.9 FM. Well as we watched the Dan Ryan Aziz the protest His plan there. Today we'll look at that. And all the traffic around Chicago this hour, an inaccurate her update. Next media news time. 11 26 way,.
New Jersey Governor Not Ruling Out Remote School Mandate
"News update schools in the South of sent students home after positive tests, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy says he's being cautious. Correspondent Meg Oliver. He's not ruling out ordering a statewide all remote learning mandate, even at the 11th hour. I think superintendents are extremely concerned they're wasting their time. Developing these hybrid models know they're not wasting their time. Even if at the last minute you have to say, Hey, we have to go all remote. You just can't take off the table that this thing is going to rear its head and we have to be prepared for that Big Sky Conference has now scrubbed college football for the fall. CBS's James Brown get all the hoopla poppin circumstance associated with sports, but should not health and welfare safety be the top priority, and CDC director Robert Redfield tells Web D. It's not just Covad 19 anymore. This is a year I'm asking people to really I just think deep down about getting flu vaccine, CBS News update. I'm Peter King. It is
Fresh update on "superintendent" discussed on Safe Money with Bill Carter
"There's a bee sees Jason Nathan Seuin. There have been calls on social media for months to arrest the officers who shot and killed Briana Taylor in her home in Louisville, Kentucky in March. Now Oprah Winfrey in her magazine are amplifying the message with billboards in Louisville reading quote demand that the police involved in killing Briana Taylor. Arrested and charged. The billboards feature a picture of Taylor, 26 or going up around the city one for each year of Taylor's life. They also feature a quote from Winfrey reading. If you turn a blind eye to racism, you become an accomplice to it. The FBI's investigating the shooting Jason Nathan's and ABC News. Taylor's family met Thursday with the mayor of Louisville to push for criminal charges against the officers involved in the deadly raid. The meeting fell on the 150th day since her death. In Chicago. Looting broke out early Monday morning along a strip of high end stores and restaurants called a magnificent mile. The violence sparked by what police say were false social media posts about a police shooting more from ABC is Ryan Burrow. Chicago Police Superintendent David Brown, announcing Chicago Police have made more than 100 Arrest for looting, disorderly conduct better against police, among other charges. A total of 13 officers have been injured. There's a huge police presence on the streets, Many officers were in green tactical gear rather than their blue straight uniforms. Bryan Burrough, ABC, New Chicago and.
Lower Brule schools to begin fall with distance learning
"This is national native news Antonio Gonzales The bay. Mills. Indian community on. Wednesday was granted the right to intervene in an ongoing Michigan pipeline fight with tribes, environmental groups and community members. A judge's decision allows the tribe to take part in case, preceding, evaluating a permit application from the energy company and Bridge to the Michigan public. Service Commission according to a press release from justice, which is representing the tribe. This is the first time. A tribal nation has intervened in a preceding before the Michigan Public Service Commission, the Regulatory Agency as determining. If tunnel will be built under waterways for the relocation of a segment of the line. Five pipeline tribes are concerned about the environment water fisheries and religious and cultural sites in a statement bay. Mills Chairman Brian Newlyn said the pipeline puts treaty rights and way of life at risk line five is a six, hundred, forty, five mile pipeline which carries oil and natural gas traveling through. Michigan Wisconsin and Canada, the company maintains the pipeline is safe. The Michigan Public Service Commission. has scheduled a virtual public hearing together comments on August twenty fourth. Indian educators say they're in a tough bind in preparing for classes this fall many tribal communities continue to be under Copa Nineteen. Schools on the lower brule reservation in. South Dakota serve about three hundred K. through twelve students and are not taking any chances superintendent. Lance Witty says, distance learning has its own problems because of Internet access and many families live in crowded arrangements. Educators know the risk they face and fully reopening. Some health concerns here that are probably not as prevalent off the reservation. We'd. He says, they're starting the year with mostly distance learning, but students will be able to come in for evaluations with their teachers. In the meantime he says, they're focused on making sure students are prepared. She'll be the first time. Our students have had devices. For homes he says, they'll keep monitoring covid nineteen to help make decisions about how to. Classes. The Red Lake Tribal Council Minnesota recently established a cove in nineteen relief fund enrolled Red Lake citizens can apply for assistance chairman. Darrell CK explained the program in a video message program provides for payment in amount of one thousand dollars to each readily enrolled adult who was eighteen on or before July thirty first twenty twenty. because for the payment need to certify that they have suffered economic impacts through increased expenditures and or decreased income as a result couvert nineteen, the funds are intended to help people with rand food or other emergency cost due to the pandemic the tribe is continuing to operate under cove in nineteen emergency orders. This week, there were forty-three positive cases reported on the reservation. A second round of covid nineteen mass testing is underway. Thursday for tribal citizens, new? Mexico US senator, Tom Udall, and congresswoman deb Haaland. Or taking part in a native vote Pamela Thursday afternoon. The virtual panel discussion will focus on protecting voting rights and tribal communities. The lawmakers are expected to discuss the need to ensure native people have. To polls and address voting during covid nineteen other panelists include representatives from the native American Voters Alliance, Education Project, and let America vote. twenty-three federal tribal broadband grants have been awarded for twenty twenty. The national tribal broadband grants are intended to help communities, develop or expand high speed Internet. The funds range from forty to fifty thousand dollars for tribal communities across the country. The program is under the Interior Department's Office of Indian Energy and economic. Development I'm Antonio Gonzalez.
Seattle School Board approves remote learning plan to start the school year
"Plan for remote learning for students this fall. Not without concerns, though they adopted plan includes mandatory Covad safety measures. But board member Eden Mac was not impressed with a lack of details and educational requirements like weekly schedules set attendance. When will we actually see? An actual proposal of here is the actual communications plan here is specifically how attendance is going to be taken in each school, etcetera. Seattle Superintendent Denise Juno emphasize. The plan, provided by the state Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction is not set in stone but serves as a template for each district to flush out on its own. A district says it will provide more details next week, just ahead of the first day of school scheduled for September seconds. Another change is coming for
New Jersey's Nearly 600 School Districts Given Option to Open Remotely in the New School Year
"Are are getting getting ready ready for for the the school school year year in in New New Jersey, Jersey, Governor Governor Murphy Murphy announced announced a a reversal reversal and and district's district's would would be be allowed allowed to to have have all all remote remote learning. learning. W's W's Tim Tim Jimenez Jimenez has has more from Cherry Hill. Earlier in the summer, the governor was calling for districts to have at least some in person learning. But during his latest news conference, he said all remote is an option if districts meet certain criteria, and they have a plan in place for one day, getting kids back in the classroom, he added, There's no one size fits all approach to reopening. Think there's a very good decision because there is actually a lot of parents that where You were feeling very uncomfortable. That's one parent speaking to NBC 10. As for the districts. One example is Cherry Hill Superintendent, Dr Joe Melosh says they're going forward and allowing families to choose either a hybrid schedule or an all remote one. But he's warning parents. It's all fluid. We will continue to work with. Our return to school committees are building based bandana response teams, the Board of Education. If any changes need to be made other examples Camden and Willingboro. The public schools there are going full remote to start the year in Cherry Hill. Tim Human is carrot W NEWS radio for the second time
New Jersey's nearly 600 school districts given option to open remotely in the new school year
"Are are getting getting ready ready for for the the school school year year in in New New Jersey, Jersey, Governor Governor Murphy Murphy announced announced a a reversal reversal and and district's district's would would be be allowed allowed to to have have all all remote remote learning. learning. W's W's Tim Tim Jimenez Jimenez has has more from Cherry Hill. Earlier in the summer, the governor was calling for districts to have at least some in person learning. But during his latest news conference, he said all remote is an option if districts meet certain criteria, and they have a plan in place for one day, getting kids back in the classroom, he added, There's no one size fits all approach to reopening. Think there's a very good decision because there is actually a lot of parents that where You were feeling very uncomfortable. That's one parent speaking to NBC 10. As for the districts. One example is Cherry Hill Superintendent, Dr Joe Melosh says they're going forward and allowing families to choose either a hybrid schedule or an all remote one. But he's warning parents. It's all fluid. We will continue to work with. Our return to school committees are building based bandana response teams, the Board of Education. If any changes need to be made other examples Camden and Willingboro. The public schools there are going full remote to start the year in Cherry Hill.
Seattle School Board to vote on plans to start fall with remote learning
"The Seattle school Board of this hour trying to decide what this fall will look like for it to more than 53,000 students. Superintendent Denise you know, introduced the reopening plan. I am recommending that we open the school year in a remote environment board members going over details, safety measures like P P e bussing and meals vote expected
Miami-Dade school board one vote away from reviewing county's relationship with FHSAA
"In school. Well, that is up in the air, at least in Miami Dade School board members this afternoon tackling tough topics, including whether the district should withdraw from the state's official governing board or school sports vice chair needs one more vote during today's school board meeting to direct the superintendent to review Miami Dade's relationship with the Florida High School Athletic Association and consider possibly teaming up with another association or none at all. Dr Steve Galan says it wouldn't affect the sports themselves. The overall structure will not impede students and schools ability to compete and participate. He believes it's about finding the best options for a competition. Equity and economics Board members will also discuss Corona virus topics, including testing, Internet safety and hurricane preparedness. Air Caradhras Guess
17 Sacramento Catholic schools hope to reopen under waiver program
"Students will return to Catholic schools in the Sacramento region next week. KFBK is Mike back O reports. Lincoln Snyder is the superintendent of the diocese. And he says it will give students a headstart restriction was on in person instructions. So what we're trying to do is make sure that every child has an opportunity to meet with their teacher have that parent teacher meeting, of course, were religious school, So we have things like math, outdoors or prayer services. He says. The diocese is in the process of applying for waivers, he says they've been working On safety protocols since the pandemic began for our Sacramento schools and are plaster schools in our yellow school's doing the sending is imbued in which we're applying for a waiver and getting into conversation with the county, and as soon as you get the green light from them, we're going to return to school. Snyder says Schools who are not on the state's watch list can return to classes with a focus on the health and safety of
Atlanta - Classes begin today for Gwinnett County public schools
"Today for students and teachers in Gwinnett County ws piece Michelle right reports live. Each group will be participating in online learning from a different location. Marcie. That's right. While the district's 180,000 students are all starting their year off, virtually learning from home, teachers from all grade levels will be at the school buildings to teach from there, the district superintendent, Alvin Wilbanks, Channel two afternoons. He's looking to get all students back, joining those teachers in the building as soon as he can, But we're trying to get kids back in school, and there's always a risk. When a parent put their kid in a car. There'll be more people killed in a car going to school. Then they will be in Rome. Right now. The plan is a gradual return for students who chose in person learning, starting to head back in two weeks. Affording
Philadelphia public school teacher worries about 'conservative' parents listening in on virtual classes
"A teacher in Philadelphia that I find not surprising but unexpected that somebody would actually say it out loud. As you know, an awful lot of Americans are facing Ah, fall where their kids do not go back to government run bricks and mortar schools. They will do some on line or distance learning. I don't see the problem with that. In fact, I think having heard from parents who are doing that with their kids right now, and they were doing it even before China virus arrived, it'll actually be a better solution. The problem is the government run public schools populated with union represented teachers. They say. We don't want to do this because they realize that one's parents and students and taxpayers are given a choice. They may decide that the choice of distance learning work so well for their family that their kids never go back. To a bricks and mortar government school. And that's bad news for all those union represented teachers. Well, one teacher, the admission I mentioned a moment ago. This is the one that this teacher in Philadelphia and I have a feeling there's more than one out there Fact I'd love to get a call from one of them. He worries out loud. He tweeted out that he worries the conservative parents are going to listen in on some of the virtual classes. I mean, if your kids are learning at home, they're doing distance education, and you hear a teacher starting to shovel out. Ah lot of political propaganda. That some of the parents might actually object, and I hope they dio this guy Matthew Kay teaches English at the Science Leadership Academy, which is a public school in Philadelphia. Over the weekend, he tweeted out that he's concerned about the damage that parents might cause if they over here, lessons on topics like gender and sexuality and race. The daily wire reports. So far this fall. Virtual class discussions will have many potential Spectators, parents and siblings in the same room. Where will never be quite sure who's over overhearing the discourse? What does that do to our equity and inclusion work? He then described how conservative parents are his chief concern. Listen what he's worried about his teachers. There used to be able to shovel stuff into your kidsheads, and you never find out exactly what it is. You may have one or another child come home and say, Boy, the teacher went on a rant about Donald Trump today or went on a rant about black lives matter or went on a rant about sexuality. And the parent hears it. But there's no way to prove it. What happens when parents can actually hear the lessons? Frankly, I'd be happy if parents were able to hear all of the lessons that their kids are subject to. And if they find a reason to object to it, then, for goodness sake, call the school board called the superintendent and to say You can't do that to my kids. Parents should have the right to do that. And now that
Pier 58 in Seattle will not reopen but a replacement is coming
"City of Seattle Engineers confirmed the pier that supports Waterfront Park is deteriorating and must be replaced. The good news is there's already a plan and enough money to get it done more from comas, Corwin take we learned Earlier this week, Pier 58 on the Seattle waterfront had closed after Park's employees noticed the pier was coming loose from the land that anchors it. Seattle Park superintendent. Hey Susa Gear, a says engineers have now examined that separation. They confirmed our concerns in terms of the deterioration of the facility and confirmed it is no longer safe for the public to access. Fortunately, the city and the Parks Department have known for a while A replacement Pierre would be needed that this is happening a little faster than we expected. But the good news is this is a project that was already planned is funded on the downside design and permitting for the new pier will take about two years. When construction finally begins in 2022. It'll take another two years to
Over 900 students in Georgia school district have to quarantine
"Cherokee School Superintendent, Dr Brian Hightower says in a written statement that the high school will close until the end of August as more than 900 students and staff 1/3 at Ottawa are in a cautionary quarantine, thanks to the positive covert tests of Five dozen teachers and students. Dr Hightower ads that while some parents don't believe in the scientific research that masks help stop Corona virus he does, and he's masking up himself, saying it's an important measure toward keeping
Rise in applications to Boston Catholic schools have administrators scrambling for federal funding
"To put their Children in Catholic schools this year, W. B. C's Karen Regal reports. The superintendent of schools for the Catholic Archdiocese of Boston, says phones have been quote ringing off the hook as parents looked to get their kids into Catholic schools, which will be doing in person learning this fall. Mess are required. Social distancing will be practise as Superintendent Tom Carroll, he says. It's a strange moment in time if you were Catholic schools due to closings higher demand now due to Kobe and families who have been attending Catholic schools, unable to pay tuition due to the economic followed of the pandemic. Carol says Catholic schools are trying to get emergency federal help for students. We don't lack people who want to go to schools. We lack in the moment enough people who can afford to pay for the school Karen Regal W
Los Angeles school board to vote on remote learning pact
"A critical vote to potentially approve or vote no on the distance learning deal with the teachers union. Let's go live to K next 10 seventies Craig Wagner, who was following the meeting for us And it is certainly close to the wire here to hold a meeting like this with the school year beginning next week, board members in this mostly virtual meeting or hearing largely from parents. Now this is a meeting with one of the items on the agenda. The big one to vote on this distance learning deal that was hammered out between l A and L, a USD Both the union and the school district, at least superintendent there approving it and want people to Go forward, However, some parents clearly aggravated, saying that they weren't part of the process. The parents were never given the chance to address this critical issue until now, one week before school begins. And despite the fact that many parents do not believe this agreement provides adequate amount of instruction for secondary students, they feel think it's just too late for us to make a difference at this point. That's just one parent who spoke during this meeting. There are several speakers Both coming in on the phone and some in person. It was just yesterday. Superintendent Austin Buechner said that in addition to computers electronics WiFi hot spots that K through eight students who do struggle with distance learning will have access to one on one tutoring the meeting still in progress. No vote yet Reporting live.
Business Is Booming At National Parks
"Standing outside the north entrance to Yellowstone National Park in Gardner Montana you could tick through about two dozen state license plates in the time that it takes you to drink a coffee. That is normal in the summer. What's not normal is the people driving those cars doing stuff like this we rented a van and it has a Florida license sag but I put a sign in the back window that said we are not from Florida. Lynn Hunter and her family are from Kansas, your that Kansas, even grandson, Noah will tell you. Don't want anybody think we are same goes for just about any place that's been in the news recently for having spikes in Cova Cases Families like the hunters are driving national parks like yellowstone in droves right now, king to escape from wherever are trying to salvage a summer of stress and they know that it comes with risks we were scared to come really we've been planning it for a long time. So here they are at one of the country's first national parks and they're happy they did thing is the same is true for about one point five, million other people since mid-may Ricarda, raise, and his family are from North Carolina. Made. It will be a kind of a little bit but a lot of people out there over the last couple of weeks the number of cars entering the Gardner entrance at Yellowstone National Park are higher than they were at the same time. Last year restaurants have long waits rafting companies are struggling to find workers and fly fishing guides. Richard Parkes owner of parks fly shop says too bad anglers. There's just as many people casting for Yellowstone Brown or cutthroat trout as there's ever been before I. Think we're getting some people that are just refugee ing Outta those places that's great for his bottom line park says he makes between eighty and ninety percent of his annual earnings between June and September. But at seventy seven years old, it's also a bit worrisome. I'm official old. Flood. Is. One of the people inherently more vulnerable than others and I get a little nervous when? Some mob of people running in. No Mash, no apparent care of how many people showed in the place but that's the dance he's having to do yellowstone brings in more than six hundred, million dollars to its surrounding communities every year most of that in the summer nationally visitor ship to national parks generates more than forty billion dollars annually, and so even while there are concerns particularly around rural parks like yellowstone that outsiders may be bringing in more than just. Their pocket books during the pandemic it's a risk that many are willing to take and so foreign yellowstone it seems to be paying off definitely get for the business community I think that you know in May they may have thought that they might not make it through the end of the year, and now they're seeing record breaking numbers juries. PETKOFF is the executive director of Garner's Chamber of Commerce so far she says only. Two Park employees and three visitors have tested positive for COVID. She sure some have gone undetected, but the numbers thus far are encouraging. Typically visitation goes way slower October. So we only have more months to make it through. So I think everyone has kind of holding their breath and just hoping the community spread doesn't happen I. Don't think I've ever been in a summer that I wanted to end as quickly as this one. Camp Shali Superintendent of Yellowstone National Park. There's not a day that I come to work where fearful of multiple employees testing positive for having symptoms yellowstone like many national parks around the country is limiting its services this summer to try and protect employees and visitors closing campgrounds in some cases or visitor centers. Social distancing and masks are strongly encouraged outside of the post office yellowstone's headquarters to mask bear statues serve as a reminder. But the National Park. Service overall has not mandated face coverings. Charlie says most visitors are doing a good job of protecting themselves and others, but not always. So He's urging people if you're sick. Are you have symptoms or you're not sure do us all a favor and don't come to the park or anywhere else for that matter Nathan Rot NPR News Gardner Montana.
"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
"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 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 WGN Radio
"Its list of candidates vying to become the city's next police superintendent the Chicago Tribune reports the board's current roster of candidates includes former Los Angeles police official Sean Mallon owski suburban Aurora police chief Kristen's even Chicago deputy chief Ernest Kato and former Dallas police chief David Brown the job was vacated in early December when mayor Lightfoot fired former police superintendent any Johnson a month before he was set to retire the police board will eventually present three finalists to mere light foot for her consideration today Chicago health officials will seek to reassure the city's Chinese community that the risks from the corona virus are still very low city and county health officials will join the Chinatown chamber of commerce at eleven this morning at the public library twenty one hundred south went worth that but to Chinatown business owners say fears about the virus are already weakening sales there WGN's Pam Jones has that the streets and shops in Chinatown are normally bustling with air your residents and tourists but the area looks like a veritable ghost town during lunch since the spread of corona virus from Wuhan China some seven thousand miles away some restaurants here are reporting a fifty percent decline in traffic in some store managers say they drop in business is worse now than it was during the sars epidemic seventeen years ago Pam Jones WGN news US health officials believe they're still an opportunity to prevent widespread transmission of corona virus even as CDC confirms the fourteenth case in the United States Dr Nancy about Sony a director of the national center for immunization and respiratory diseases warns American should still be prepared for potential spread in communities here in the states all of the measures we have taken to date artist hello the introduction and impact of this disease in the United States but at some point we are likely to see media spread in the US or other countries and this will trigger a change in our response strategy a lawsuit is providing new details about a deadly shooting at a warehouse in Aurora last year former employee opened fire at the Henry Pratt factory on February fifteenth killing for employees and an intern on his first day at the company six lawsuits have been filed since the shooting in one of those lawsuits a witness says the gunman Gary Martin walks through his office during the shooting rampage but there was able he was able to avoid detection by sliding behind his desk the suits accuse Illinois state police of negligence for issuing a fire arm license to the shooter residents in an apartment building in robins are once again dealing with a landlord who has fallen behind on water bill payments for the building Katrina Harris says it happened first back in November now second time sheets on a red termination tack on her door that reads urgent water shut off notice she pays about thirteen hundred dollars a month in rent it's like we can you ran and you're not going which is supposed to do with it so it's white what are we supposed to do now Robbins villa fit village official tells WGN the landlord Marvin wells only made one payment after being put on a plan payment plan that officials hills WGN to hold off on cutting off the service a but that eventually the bill will have to be paid now with WGN sports here's Dave Allen and good morning the Blackhawks started their road trip off with the loss and it hasn't gotten any better and three on the trip now after losing in Vancouver three nothing or Xfinity X. five Blackhawks support Jacob marks from forty nine saves for the Canucks of the night they paid tribute to the said dean brothers the long time Vancouver twin stars have their numbers lifted to the rafters NBA all star weekend has arrived in Chicago more on that coming up white Sox pitchers catchers reported to Glendale among those pictures Michael Cole pack working his way back after missing all of last season following Tommy John surgery so great it's kind of a work in process.
"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 The Adam Carolla Show
"Boy yes somebody's gotta talk to that principle no hassles you showed up late this is what happened by the way this is called the six o'clock news the six oh five ish about news i guess which one of our anchors get shit canned if we start rolling in at six oh three yes okay here's played against her erin say there is nothing in print indicating the doors close abruptly at six thirty we were unable to reach in print that says it starts at six thirty that's that's the print part the print part is hey this is when we start the doors will be welded shut chris right virtually danced around that they were they were notified going news able ours oh like action news twelve this is a neighboring news twelve we enable ahead school district superintendent for comment she have anything else to say she gets cut off there that was the end of the clip all right we'll see if we can find a little more of her fix this is what i'm saying don't lower the bar you assholes showed up late and he didn't get in it doesn't mean that the school district is not having a zero tolerance policy hey that's a little tight like if you showed up at six thirty one and there was a guy standing by the door and you're knocking on going i got a flat tire could you let me in it'd be a little bit harsh for them not to let you in but you are giving them the opportunity to do this if you would like to remove this possibility than don't show up late you knew it in advance it was perfectly reasonable i'm sure the reason they had it at six thirty because they figure people were they get off work at five or five thirty or planet in advance raft to tell your boss i gotta leave half hour early on whatever it get and don't roll the dice you're calling the local action sorry lethargic enabling news with the neighbouring news copter thirteen in the sky and your.
"superintendent" Discussed on Riggle's Picks with Rob Riggle & Sarah Tiana
"Did he not know about the cameras so they must have suspected him if they were like we're not going to tell the superintendent that were setting up these cameras little sneaky cavers like they must janitor who was just tired of cleven yeah the guy that's like i don't let my dog shit here bring my you know to the center field and what happens to him i'm assuming it gets fired but then in the world we live in he can go we can move on down the street to another district and get on and when they call to say what happened with dr whatever's gonna lean hog dr hot d what what's wrong with him why did he leave they can't in the where we live in now hr rules say you can't say why fired him and you got rid of right just bullshit if i call and wanna know hey i'm about to hire this guy is there any problems i should know about why did he leave the last job i can't tell you had axemurder is he a madge shitter is what one of the first thoughts that you had is now it's the first question i'm going to ask an interview i have student madge shitter or axemurder pry only they would sit there and go we can't discuss that with you sir so you end up higher in the ship measures and some poor school district in this country is going to have the the higher the maker so we have we have global reach read his name again.
"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 New Jersey 101.5
"Sure hi guys hi so my question is i am confused with him being the superintendent what did this issue had come across his desk we have a serial pooper somewhere kept it at the school level you know maybe it didn't rise to the district level yet maybe the school was trying to figure out what was going on i i don't know but you're right you would think you would be on camera in a school district you would sink a superintendent would be involved in that decision like yes that's the god had you know what i don't know for certain but i think you're right rachel and i had not thought of that but yes you would think at least even they were keeping in the school at first once it got to the point of hey excuse me i'm sorry hey we're going to be having the police department set up surveillance cameras on our field you would think that that would at least go and he's going to say why so why but how could he not know i guess it just didn't rise to the district level was being taken care of at the high school level tower or the guys blackmail theory would come into play but that would be the world's weirdest black man why would you want some have somebody do that yeah like blackmail would be give me a check for ten thousand like what's this blackmail are going to get off on her happened guy doing dosa field make any sense or easier ways to get a guy out of a job if that's a rachel.
"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 KFI AM 640
"We want to hear it we're not going to do anything about it but we want to make sure this never happens again no specifics just generalities because there can be no specifics because there's nothing you can do that it will never happen and again right or i even the probability i will have to see some specifics we are looking at passing legislation for school school security i'm going to be asking the legislature to establish an immediate programme to look at increase school security none of that it's just this will never happen again so even having that conversation and we go to it and here i am and i want to end seventy i want to thank the sheriff's department i want to thank the fbi i want to thank the heroic efforts of the first responders are these are putting though they people they put they put their law lives on knob on the line every single day a couple things that were said in this press conference i thought made a lot of sense as we were going to the the next part of it i as i said it started to come on really i made no sense to be actually i thought the superintendent are made uh the the best points because he was talking about again in generalities is we need more money for first responders this is the this is the superintendent not the governor on not the police chief the superintendent of schools and that is we need more money we have to go to the legislature he mentioned gun control at that fake you okay just dimension of gun control you'll see a letter from the nra today saying they're going to take away our guns you have to stop this immediately please send us money we have to tell our lobbyists that third that conversation can't even happen i and this is what i said this warning or please don't say gun control please please 'cause i just means another ten million guns will be sold today where people going to be pouring into the gun stores and so what we had is saw uh the sherifi did talk about more power to monitor the mental health and then he went right into a constitutional i impossibility i that we want to be able to take people who post for example pictures of them with weapons uh them saying i wa i want to.
"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
"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.