Two different letters, show the true personality of our Region One Superintendent… Reply

Two different letters, show the true personality of our Region One Superintendent…

One from our Superintendent herself:

From: Patricia Chamberlain [mailto:pchamberlain22@gmail.com]
Sent: Tuesday, August 17, 2010 5:38 AM
To: Jack Mahoney
Cc: elindholm01@hotmail.com
Subject: Central Office Involvement in the High School

Jack,

In light of your comments at the Board meeting yesterday, regarding the location and involvement of Central Office adminsitrators as unhealthy for the high school, I ask that you remove Sam Herrick, Diane Goncalves and myself from the Science and Technology Committee for the high school. If you have a need to meet, please contact Julie Lang for a time and place. Also, I will forward the money being held here for your project to Berkshire Taconic – 21st Century Fund unless you advise me otherwise. Please have the curricula/unit committee present their needs to the K-12 curriculum council. Please know we respect your position and we gladly will share all documents with the interim principal as soon as possible.

Patricia

One from the respected former Region One Assistant Business Manager

Choo K. Singer, 36 Hooperfields Drive, Sharon, CT 06069

March 10, 2012

RE: Malicious Mistreatment of Jack Mahoney

To: Region One Board

 The nasty aroma of cronyism and incompetence of Region One Superintendent has traveled all the way down to our winter residence in Florida. How long will our community put up with the nasty disruptive tactics of the Superintendent throwing her weight around??

She clearly over reached her level of authority when she emailed Jack Mahoney not to call the Central Office to set up a meeting in the conference room. Doesn’t she realize her office and the conference room including the furniture are public properties belonging to the Regional High School? Doesn’t she realize that the debt incurred to build the RSC offices is sitting in the High School’s Balance Sheet currently as a liability making the debt service payments semiannually out of the High School’s operational budget?

She calls herself a CEO, as if Region One is a private sector corporation.   She is nothing but a public servant spending public funds.

The above is my opinion as a concerned citizen and longtime dedicated employee of Region One.

Respectfully,

 Choo K. Singer

Former Region One Assistant Business Manager

Two different emails and letters, from two different people, one the Superintendent….show her true personality and agenda…

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