Ahmadi Led PUSD Administrator Reign of Terror?
Original post made by What is happening?, Foothill High School, on Mar 1, 2014
Prior to the arrival of Ahmadi, Foothill's leadership team was John Dwyer, Mark McCoy, Lori Vella, Jon Vranesh. I noticed that not only has Jon Vranesh (I don't believe any of the so-called allegations against him, by the way) been suddenly out of the blue accused by PUSD of some ridiculous accusations, but Lori Vella seems to have also suddenly resigned at the same Board meeting.
I would conclude based upon the 'retired teacher' posts on the other thread that these people are told to resign and go quietly or else PUSD will unleash a torrent of false statements and then publicly shame and humiliate them. So most of them resign.
Also, almost all principals have left the District with turnover in the last 3 years being sometimes 2 principals. The District staff has suddenly left too.
Charles Young was at Walnut Grove for 2 years and suddenly resigned
Hart was Steve Maher; he is gone and now it is Terry Conde
PMS was Jon Whitney, is now Aileen Parsons
Amador was Bill Coupe, then Jim Hansen and now they are both gone. They hired someone from outside the District/
Village was Greg Giglio, and then he resigned and now it is Dana Chavez
Lydiksen was Colleen Henry and she is gone to be replaced by Mindy Bolar
Carolyn Parker from Vintage Hills has left and now it is Melissa Theide
Marc Schweitzer, then Barbara Heisser was principal of Donlon and now someone else is there
Robin Sehrt was principal of Mohr, then Ben Fobert, and now someone else is there
Kent Rezowalli was the Special Ed director, he left and Ken Wyatt came back and he suddenly left too
Gary Hicklin longtime technology director has suddenly resigned
Larry Legatta longtime facilities director has suddenly resigned
Rich Puppione came back to Walnut Grove for 3 weeks and then suddenly resigned for 'health reasons'
Are there other people that have suddenly disappeared as well?
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