Fired Lawrence schools chief eyes Hav...

Fired Lawrence schools chief eyes Haverhill job

There are 8 comments on the Lowell Sun story from Jun 8, 2010, titled Fired Lawrence schools chief eyes Haverhill job. In it, Lowell Sun reports that:

The recently fired superintendent of Lawrence schools, who is facing fraud and embezzlement charges, has applied to be Haverhill's interim school chief.

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Jim

Fitchburg, MA

#1 Jun 8, 2010
they would be insane to hire him with pending charges, until such time he is cleared(if he is), he is a liability to anyone that hires him
Really

Shrewsbury, MA

#2 Jun 8, 2010
With all the people looking for work, and yes there are many, many people looking for work in the education field, there isn't someone more qualified than this man? Why would they even waste their time on an interview?
A VERY Proud American

Babson Park, MA

#3 Jun 9, 2010
Ah, nothing changes....potentially hiring the wolf for the hen house...This man has been interviewed? What are they thinking? or rather NOT thinking. Isn't this the same man who failed the English competency exam so many times? Just asking. And the citizenry wonder why the children cannot pass their MCAS tests..illiteracy and (potentially) criminal activity running the schools...yes, this is what it has come to. Absurd!!!!
Mile

Lancaster, NH

#4 Jun 9, 2010
This guy should be supertendent of a prison.
rassler

Woonsocket, RI

#5 Jun 9, 2010
This story is being overblown. The real story is the balls Laboy has for even trying. The Haverhill school system HAS to interview any qualified candidates who apply. It's the law. He hasn't been convicted, so they had to. Anyone who believes they're going to give this guy the job is dumber than Laboy is.
wrong

Gardner, MA

#6 Jun 9, 2010
not sure where rassler gets the idea that Haverhill HAS to interview ANY candidate who applies for the job... there's a screening process, you review resumes, pick the ones that you like, and interview those, that's how it's done for superintendent's, principal's, and other school administrators.
Amused

Newton Center, MA

#7 Jun 9, 2010
wrong wrote:
not sure where rassler gets the idea that Haverhill HAS to interview ANY candidate who applies for the job... there's a screening process, you review resumes, pick the ones that you like, and interview those, that's how it's done for superintendent's, principal's, and other school administrators.
They are probably just playing it safe to head off any discrimination charges. The time spent in a short interview costs little compared to defending even a frivolous discrimination complaint.
WOW

Lowell, MA

#8 Jun 9, 2010
BALLS !!!

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