Brian Buckley back at Seabrook Elementary School
After a 10-year hiatus, Brian Buckley is back at Seabrook Elementary School, taking on the role of interim principal until a permanent replacement is hired.
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#1 Sep 7, 2010
I wish he would be hired as Principal. He is the best man for the job and was always involved in school activities as second in charge when I attended. Mr. Buckley, please help turn our pittiful school into a first rate public school?! Maybe then would I take my children out of private school... PEA is costing me a FORTUNE.........
#2 Sep 16, 2010
Mr. Buckley was always fair, even though I got into trouble once in a while. Mr. Buckley has a firm but gentle approach to the children at S.E.S. I graduated in 1998, Brian was assistant principal than. It would be great if he stayed but he is retired. In 1998 when I entered WHS I felt up to par with the surrounding town in everything except Math. I was one of a few south side cbrookahs that walked with my class, Nevermind even graduating! I was one of the lucky ones, and this was in 2002 that I graduated from WHS! I even went on to earn my BS in dentistry and am now working on my master's. I am not braging but I have been out of S.E.S for 13 yrs. There is a real epdemic in the amount of children that are not getting their GED nevermind a college dregree. It is the school system(I wish P.K got in on sb) that needs to be changed and all of the peer pressure and lack of parenting combined, for some or all families
#3 Sep 16, 2010
Hopefully PK will run this coming March. The Seabrook School Board has 2 openings and he would do well on the board.
#4 Sep 22, 2010
#5 Sep 24, 2010
Disagree. I'll never forget walking down the hall with one of my friends and someone in the 'ISS' room gave us the finger. Brian Buckley was 20 feet from the door, so we told him and this is what he said to us: "I don't fucking care!" I couldn't believe he said it, but he did, and I'll never forget it.
I'm not saying I was the best student at SES, but I know what's right and wrong; and, this was clearly not something that an assistant principal says to two seventh graders. Who knows, maybe he's changed, but I don't characterize someone who's willing to say those type of things as someone who TRULY cares about your childs well-being, do you?
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