Last week Turtleboy broke the story about the hyphenated social justice twatwafful superintendent of the Weymouth Public Schools (Dr. Jennifer Curtis-Whipple) sending out an email in which she shits on a booster club for selling “white out” school spirit shirts for sportball games.
Since then she’s been hiding from the media and refuses to address it, because that’s what cowards do.
But just a few days before that an actual problematic scenario arose at Abigail Adams Middle when a teacher showed up to school shitfaced. Of course the only reason this was brought to light was because the Wey Scan Facebook page posted about it.
This is what it takes to get a school to respond in Weymouth, so Superintendent White Is Not Right sent out an email letting parents know that their crotch fruits 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 bullshit.
Oh, and administration contacted a privately owned Facebook page and asked them to censor their speech because it was making them look bad.
Imagine being so tone deaf that you think a Facebook page has a duty of covering up for your faculty members? It’s just amazing the priorities that these hack administrators have.
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