A former principal at a Lafayette, Colorado, charter school says she was fired for interfering with a perfectly reasonable procedure for identifying kids whose lunch accounts no longer had any money in them -- the cafeteria workers would stamp their hands so that everyone could see. The policy was also applied to kids who qualified for free lunches, because it's important to shame children whenever possible. This is America, after all.
It&#039;s about food product, essentially.
She&#039;s been principal for 8 years and only noticed this year? What&#039;s with that?
What the hell is the world coming to Obamz wont inpeach himself and you cant even get folks to shame the most helpless among us.Its a gawd damn disgrace I tell you
But first she&#039;d like you to <a href="http:\/\/media3.washingtonpost.com\/wp-srv\/photo\/gallery\/101012\/GAL-10Oct12-6032\/media\/PHO-10Oct12-259392.jpg" target="_blank">do a little sweeping up</a>.
Disclosure: I used to live in the next town over from Lafayette!
<blockquote>Reeser put a disciplinary letter on Roni&rsquo;s permanent record to make it clear that she did not work well with others.</blockquote> It&#039;s a cover-up. Her real crime was running with scissors.