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Stalker case leads to lawsuit against St. Bruno, principal and archdiocese

There are 1331 comments on the Whittier Daily News story from Feb 22, 2013, titled Stalker case leads to lawsuit against St. Bruno, principal and archdiocese. In it, Whittier Daily News reports that:

The stalker of the principal of St. Bruno School made reservations for a wedding at the parish, with an extravagant Hawaiian style lei and a photographer in an attempt to lure the principal into a fake ceremony, according to a lawsuit filed against the school, the Archdiocese of Los Angeles and the school principal.

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hmmmm

La Habra, CA

#857 Sep 9, 2013
Magic Johnson wrote:
Didn't leave.....have a child there now. Saw the # of students during the end of school like everyone else last Friday. I truly have no axe to grind either way. Sorry if accuracy offends you though.....
Yeah! don't forget about 30 of them are TK.
Research

Whittier, CA

#858 Sep 9, 2013
One to One wrote:
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Time to do better research. You are proving how out of touch you are with what is really happening. Computers are no longer kept in one room. They come home with kids and are not stored in a classroom. Sorry you are out-dated. Go back to school.
I don't need to do better research. I know the little ones are taking home computers. I'm just pointing out the fact that a very important 6k investment went to waste. There's no need to get upset when people point out the facts. A computer room with a computer teacher is not out dated. It's actually a very good idea especially for the Junior high kids. Most school's have a dedicated computer instructor.
Keiser Soze

Los Angeles, CA

#859 Sep 9, 2013
Webmaster wrote:
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Why does that matter to you? You are at another school. The school is a happy and healthy place now. It's hard for you "Keiser Soze" to understand that you don't make a difference anymore.
Just an observation...you didn't want "those" families around...but you will use the images of their children?
My 2 cents

Irvine, CA

#860 Sep 9, 2013
One to One wrote:
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Time to do better research. You are proving how out of touch you are with what is really happening. Computers are no longer kept in one room. They come home with kids and are not stored in a classroom. Sorry you are out-dated. Go back to school.
Why do you keep changing your name? Teacher, Webmaster, Magic, Books and now One to One. You're so lame!
One to One

Los Angeles, CA

#861 Sep 10, 2013
Research wrote:
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I don't need to do better research. I know the little ones are taking home computers. I'm just pointing out the fact that a very important 6k investment went to waste. There's no need to get upset when people point out the facts. A computer room with a computer teacher is not out dated. It's actually a very good idea especially for the Junior high kids. Most school's have a dedicated computer instructor.
Those computers are being used. So, 6k is being used. Computers are a tool not a place to go. Just because high schools are using a lab, doesn't mean it best use of technology. Critical thinking on your part would help but it's obvious you can't do that.
Why not

Los Angeles, CA

#862 Sep 10, 2013
My 2 cents wrote:
<quoted text> Why do you keep changing your name? Teacher, Webmaster, Magic, Books and now One to One. You're so lame!
What does it matter to you? Name calling is so cute. When did you graduate from Jr. High?
out of joint

Los Angeles, CA

#863 Sep 10, 2013
Keiser Soze wrote:
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Just an observation...you didn't want "those" families around...but you will use the images of their children?
Your nose is a little twisted out of joint. What's happening at your school today? Nothing?
Typical

Los Angeles, CA

#864 Sep 10, 2013
SB Parent wrote:
<quoted text>Why is that post unprofessional? It was a legitimate question regarding books. Can't answer a question, so you get nasty. So typical!
Nice argument. "So typical." It's not a legitimate question, that's the point. You're searching for problems. The children can do with out work books during the first month of school. It isn't an issue unless you make it an issue. Why are you!!
Basketball

Los Angeles, CA

#865 Sep 10, 2013
Magic Johnson wrote:
Didn't leave.....have a child there now. Saw the # of students during the end of school like everyone else last Friday. I truly have no axe to grind either way. Sorry if accuracy offends you though.....
Where do you play basketball? Or is it magic?
Keiser Soze

United States

#866 Sep 10, 2013
out of joint wrote:
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Your nose is a little twisted out of joint. What's happening at your school today? Nothing?
What's happening at my school...don't know yet. Ill let you know when I drop off at SB today... Yes..not all of the "good families" left....
feeling cheated

United States

#867 Sep 10, 2013
Typical wrote:
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Nice argument. "So typical." It's not a legitimate question, that's the point. You're searching for problems. The children can do with out work books during the first month of school. It isn't an issue unless you make it an issue. Why are you!!
"The children can do without work books during the first month of school"....is that the attitude and level of service we are getting. This may not be the case...but it gives the impression that there was poor planing during the summer. "It isn't an issue unless you make it an issue"...your are darn right its an issue....we pay tution and we expect to get what we are paying for. How can you be so obtuse about this "issue". The teachers have lesson plans I am sure they worked on, of which were approved by the adminstration...of which may prove to be inaccurate lesson plans due to lack of supplies...

I guess seeing the BIG picture is difficult for some...I sincerely hope you are not a admninistrator at SB with a cavalier attitude about supplying your students and teachers with the supplies they need to succeed.
Fantasy world

Los Angeles, CA

#868 Sep 10, 2013
Of course they are. If there's not much student of course that will happen. Like we all said... You will get a huge bill after, don't be fooled.
One to One wrote:
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Time to do better research. You are proving how out of touch you are with what is really happening. Computers are no longer kept in one room. They come home with kids and are not stored in a classroom. Sorry you are out-dated. Go back to school.
Fantasy world

Los Angeles, CA

#869 Sep 10, 2013
Sipping the kool aid again... You will hear what you want. This info is not true. Credentialed teachers were originally not what was accepted by the new principal, they wanted college educated and with masters in math, English etc. so the standards of the school is basically very low if they're only credentialed. Still wearing those roses colored glasses. We see! Funny!

Teachers wrote:
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The teachers are all qualified. The uncredentialed teacher that was on staff has left and is at another local school. The unprofessional teachers are now at other schools, too. Best of luck at those schools.
You a strange little man

Los Angeles, CA

#870 Sep 10, 2013
You are clueless. Not all families who left were evil, they left because it was uneasy and unstable. You don't need to feel sorry for those kids, they have all adjusted. Unlike you, you have repeat yourself with evil being gone. Not all, you're still there. You're such a strange.
Best ever wrote:
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The evil is now gone. The school is happy. One to one technology and positive attitudes by most staff. Great beginning and more great things to come.
Any negative will stand out like a sore thumb and won't last long.
Most of the teachers who started the unprofessional behavior are gone. I feel sorry for the families that followed the evil started by just a few, but I don't feel sorry for St. Bruno school it is wonderful there now.
You a strange little man

Los Angeles, CA

#871 Sep 10, 2013
You're still there... They still need to clean house, pretending to be positive! You smell like negative.
No Doubt wrote:
The evil does have left.
Thank God
Research

Whittier, CA

#872 Sep 10, 2013
One to One wrote:
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Those computers are being used. So, 6k is being used. Computers are a tool not a place to go. Just because high schools are using a lab, doesn't mean it best use of technology. Critical thinking on your part would help but it's obvious you can't do that.
Let me help you understand. The 6K investment was not the computers but the wiring and setting up of the computer room. COMPUTER CLASS is a place to go and where you can learn how to use a computer properly. safety of the internet, web browsing, power point, word, windows.....I can't believe I have to spell it out for you. This is ridiculous! You are a fine example of what parents should expect at St. Bruno's. Shame on me for even responding.
What are you paying for

South Gate, CA

#873 Sep 10, 2013
My 2 cents wrote:
<quoted text> Why do you keep changing your name? Teacher, Webmaster, Magic, Books and now One to One. You're so lame!
Whyte tiger/sunshine...your funny.
8th Grade Parent

Los Angeles, CA

#874 Sep 10, 2013
The kids ARE getting computer training. But let me be clear. It is NOT the responsiblity of the SCHOOL to teach internet safety! That is the resonsibility of each and every parent. Besides, what does it matter if computer technology is taught in their homerooms instead of a dedicated lab? Besides, the past computer teacher wasn't the best we could get either. I'm not saying she was awful, but not the best.

Let me say this. The kids are adjusting and happy. My child has been at St. Bruno since kinder. He was really down last year with all that was going on. Those of us returning all came back with the hope of new beginning and they're getting there. Is everything perfect? NO. But what is? It wasn't perfect before. The changes that have been implemented have been well received by the students. SB parents are going up to each other asking "how's your kid doing? Are they happy?" And you know what? I've only heard "yes". Is it the same? Nope. But change is the only thing we can count on whether we like it or not. So if the kids are happy and the parents are satisfied with the cirriculum, isn't that what matters? And if a child isn't happy at SB, which I'm sure there are some, then there are many other good choices for education out there.

To keep this nonsense going on and on about how low the numbers are, there's no lab, teachers are scabs... oh my goodness! What is the point of all of this? St. Bruno has changed and unfortunately, we lost a lot of very good people. But let's try and be adults and show some compassion for the kids. All of our children are resilient. Those children who have stayed and those who have left as well. I wish I could say as much for the parents.
Research

Whittier, CA

#875 Sep 10, 2013
Thank you for sharing with us. Even though I don't agree with everything you said it was heartfelt, intelligent and shows a true perspective. I'm sure it felt good to be able to express what you've been feeling. Letting your feelings out is good for the soul and that is why we are all here on this blog. None of us want any of the kids to suffer and that is why we feel the importance to tell the truth. Whether you are aware of it or not there are still children having a hard time. Of course it is natural for parents to be angry and upset at the people who caused their family avoidable pain and suffering. I understand why you would want it all to go away but for some of us, we are still feeling the impact.

I have not heard of any families or people bad mouthing St. Bruno's other than this site. Since you teach internet safety at home, I'm sure your children are not on this blog. Topix is not a site for children, at all. If people are not happy with this blog I'm sure there are other very good blogs out there.

I am so glad the 8th grade kids are able to be taught by one of the best. I wish nothing more than a fun filled year of learning and bonding for the 8th grade class.
8th Grade Parent wrote:
Besides, what does it matter if computer technology is taught in their homerooms instead of a dedicated lab? Besides, the past computer teacher wasn't the best we could get either. I'm not saying she was awful, but not the best.
He was really down last year with all that was going on. Those of us returning all came back with the hope of new beginning and they're getting there. Is everything perfect? NO. But what is? It wasn't perfect before. Is it the same? Nope. But change is the only thing we can count on whether we like it or not. So if the kids are happy and the parents are satisfied with the cirriculum, isn't that what matters? And if a child isn't happy at SB, which I'm sure there are some, then there are many other good choices for education out there.
Oh My

Whittier, CA

#876 Sep 10, 2013
Typical wrote:
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Nice argument. "So typical." It's not a legitimate question, that's the point. You're searching for problems. The children can do with out work books during the first month of school. It isn't an issue unless you make it an issue. Why are you!!
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