I have seeked advice and assistance from my union-Council of Supervisors and Administrators. I have sought the advice from our legal department and Superintendent. Our legal department only handles internal harrassment issues. My superintendent met with me and the parent-Bad Idea! She refused mediation and refused to speak to me during the meeting only the supt. She said that she planned to do everything in her power to have me removed from the school-it needed better leadership.
I have countless emails where my supervisors scurry to appease her since the chancellor acknowleges her litany of complaints on a daily basis. She extends her wrath to anyone who does not immediately provide her with what she asks...including my superiors.
Thank you for your great advice. I do not think it will stop her. She is an unemployed social services recipient. I dont think she has too much to lose and much more to gain by defaming me.
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