FOr the sinners that play as saints

12 June 2020

Follow your own code of conduct.

Don't expect us to follow your code of conduct, when you refuse to follow it yourself. So let me remind you, you are not above the law, nor the very rules, you’ve created.

The little respect I had for you, left the moment you chose to use your power to carry out abuse of authority.

You didn’t listen honestly and sensitively when students brought up concerns.

You called students “disgusting”, “inhumane”, and “not making a difference” in response to those very concerns.

If that’s what’s considered being “an effective communicator”, then I’d say most students are doing far better then admin. And so it's with ease that I can say I have more faith in the sisterhood of Notre dame to bring forth change, then the falsehood of admin.

It's quite funny how consitent you lie to us about addressing admin of any concerns, when you plan on pulling a Pontius Pilote and washing your hands whenever you’d like, in order to remove yourself from an issue that’s not to your liking.

And that's on going to a Catholic School.

So let's just stop throwing Catholic virtues, expectations, and code of conducts in the faces of students in the name of damage control. It’s all simply a facade to hide what really goes on at Notre dame High School.

These values actually mean something to people. So it’s quite disappointing to see you use them as an attempt to cover up your inactions.

Words are completely meaningless when your actions say otherwise, and Inaction speaks volumes.

So if you think you are innocent of anything that has happened. Remember admin, you are the SOLE reason issues have escalated and resulted in students being very hurt on both sides in the first place. So congrats on burning down your own “home” and “safe haven”.

And Ma’am just so we’re clear, the only Catholic school graduate expectation you ever enforced was rolling up socks.





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