Granite City principal to become next superintendent; Briggs retiring after next year
There are 8 comments on the Belleville News Democrat story from Jul 19, 2012, titled Granite City principal to become next superintendent; Briggs retiring after next year. In it, Belleville News Democrat reports that:
Jim Greenwald, principal of Granite City High School, was approved by the District 9 school board this week to succeed retiring superintendent Harry Briggs after the next school year.
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#1 Jul 19, 2012
On the surface this sounds Ok. Glad B. can retire without scandle. Not sure how he pulled that off.
#2 Jul 20, 2012
I can't believe they wouldn't want someone n there with a backbone... Who won't spend all of our money and let it go too $100,000 paychecks a year to other board members wives just cuz there bored at home after there kids moved out and on..... Need someone in there with some sense...... DAVID KEEL!
#3 Jul 20, 2012
I mean really greenwald will just sit there signing away.... Yes yes yes till we are broke! Ugh frustrates me!!!!
#4 Jul 20, 2012
greenwald is a fantastic selection for the job. watch and see. go coach greeny!!!!!!!!!!
#5 Jul 23, 2012
The more tings change, the more they stay the same--especially when the good old boys pass the torch...
#9 Jul 24, 2012
Look what I found..
WhatUSay on the GCG site wrote this;
"From teachers engaging in sexual activity with students, Truancy officer sexting staff members, among other big no no's, and let's not forget the famous Greenwald blunder where he went to the employer of a former high school student (who was being home schooled) to discuss her job performance and attempted to air her laundry right here on good old GCG.com , and proclaimed that he and her employer deemed her irresponsible and a liar....to becoming the district super....what is wrong with this picture? "
Now who wants to watch me wash some laundry?
I think Mr. Greenwald actually listens to those who reach out to him, and has used what power he's had to be helpful. I think he cares about the kids. In my personal experience around him, as a former student, he has had the best intentions and put forth the effort to make a positive difference.
#11 Jul 24, 2012
It would take a lot more than laundry detergent to clean up all the crap that has come from Briggs and company over the years, Mr.Greenwald would have to be an improvement for the taxpayers.
Now Harry will take that fat pension and live very comfortably for the rest of his days...
#12 Jul 25, 2012
I've not met Briggs. I have had no personal experience with him, but I have memories Mr. Greenwald and I know him as someone who cares and really tries to help people, unlike so many I've met more focused on their egos and a paycheck.
Congratulations Mr. Greenwald!
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