Sts. Peter & Paul sending the wrong message
According to this article: http://www.virginislandsdailynews.com/index.pl/article_home?id=17624188, the new principle has listed a fraudulent diploma from a bogus on-line university among his credentials.
Yet, school leaders defend their choice for principle and stand by their selection.
At what price?
What message will the school be sending the students whose education includes spiritual teachings and the importance of integrity and strong character?
Stephen Kenney has demonstrated that his character and honesty are in question and whatever his other credentials, the lesson imparted to the students should not be that immoral actions are rewarded with good consequences.
What's next? Should the students then be taught that falsifying information on college applications is acceptable in order to get into the college of their choice?
Richard N Kurpiers
Sts. Peter and Paul Class of 1976
"What's next? Should the students then be taught that falsifying information on college applications is acceptable in order to get into the college of their choice?"
Why bother when they can go online and buy a diploma?
Nothing in the local Massachusetts press....yet. A number of public school administrators in large school systems have been forced to resign due to bogus credentials........
Well Richard, when the Daily News applied pressure, your alma mater buckled. New message sent!
Thanks for the update Ronnie. I'm glad good judgement prevailed and I wish the school the best of luck in finding a qualified person to fill the position.