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Weymouth Superintendent Only Notified Parents About Drunken Teacher At Middle School After Scanner Facebook Page Posted About It

 

Earlier this week we broke a story about Weymouth Superintendent Dr. Jennifer Curtis-Whipple banning “white out” school spirit shirts from sporting events because it’s allegedly racist and ignorant.

If only she had been as proactive, open, and descriptive just a few days before that when a teacher at Abigail Adams Middle School showed up to school inebriated.

Instead parents had to find out about it on the Wey Scan Facebook page. And because enough parents saw it Superintendent White Is Not Right sent out an email letting parents know that their children were safe from the drunken teacher.

An email explaining a serious situation that parents only heard about because it was on the police scanner gets one paragraph of “nothing to see here.” An email explaining why a booster group was ignorant and racist necessitated 6 paragraphs of virtue signaling nonsense. Makes sense.

Administration also contacted a privately owned Facebook page and asked them to censor their speech because it was making them look bad.

Thus are the priorities of Superintendent Jennifer Curtis-Whipple and the Weymouth Public Schools.

 

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