This is what he said about the proposed changes in the Times Union, I’m not going into this process believing everything in the recommendations needs to be done,”
So I asked him, what suggestions he thought the district definitely needs, he liked and which one he was just throwing out there.
He said all the ideas were important, well thought out and he hopes they pass. He however wanted to make sure the communities effected have a say and if any had reservations he would respect them.
That sounds great doesn't it. A super attuned to the needs of the communities he represents.
Except if past is prologue the the super has a long history of ignoring communities.
Last Summer the First Coast Community rose up and demanded the super remove principal Brennan. The super said, Brennans one of our best and he will stay at First Coast.
Last year the superintendent required some schools to get an extra hour of reading above and beyond what is required by law despite several school communities protesting.
Then his first summer here the John E. Ford community begged him to let them keep their new principals and those cries fell on deaf ears.
Vitti time and time has ignored communities, why should we believe things will be different with the working groups?