Editor Robert Fucci email@example.com
2:53 pm on Friday, February 8, 2013
Sudbury needs diversity.
10:08 am on Thursday, June 21, 2012
Yes, I agree w/ Cynthia Denessen.......Mrs Doyle is the mastermind behind the ugly plot to oust one of the most talented teachers in Noyes, Mrs Donoghue. Her leadership skills (A.D.) are questionable. We deserve better in Sudbury. She is not a positive role model. She needs to go too.
3:23 pm on Friday, June 1, 2012
You're right..... he was a newbie that September and had not established a strong enough support group unfortunately. Ms. Doyle needs to realize that there is no place for autocracy in the Sudbury Public schools. We are all partners in the education system here in town. Let's have a free flowing line of communication.
12:42 pm on Friday, June 1, 2012
This is NOT the first time Annette Doyle has refused to comment about the sudden firing of a teacher on her staff. Her stonewalling tactics are completely to protect herself. This behavior is so unprofessional. Back in 2001 when we first moved to town my son was in Mr Paleologus's fourth grade. He was a dynamic and enthusiastic young teacher, absolutely adored by class. By the beginning of October he was let go...no explanation to the kids or the parents. Ms Doyle refused to answer any queries presented by the parents. The students wondered if they were at fault and were devastated. The whole issue was swept under the rug. The core values of the school have very little weight when the powers that be ignore them. This is what we are putting up with! Not good enough! The school commitee needs to act now.
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