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Date Posted: 06:59:25 05/19/10 Wed
Author: Mary
Subject: Remembef when Wilbanks and his kind......
In reply to: Donald F. Valtman 's message, "And you thought . . ." on 11:35:27 05/16/10 Sun

> b) According to a BoE member, GCPSS is facing a $115
> Million budget shortfall. If true, then GCPSS
> be spending sizeable long-term amounts of local
> money for high-priced lawyers to get PEANUTS in
> dollars per year in local property taxes BETTING
> CIDs will increase the school property tax-take some
> years LATER; and SHOULDN'T be forcing some students
> continue receiving a SUB-STANDARD academic education
> when there are other available budget reduction
> that DO NOT negatively impact student academic
> and
> c) Wilbanks has a long history of preferring money
> smaller class sizes (which most parents are
> would improve academic education). Around 10 years
> Wilbanks suggested to Gwinnett Legislators a change
> the 2000 Education Reform Law (paraphrased) "that
> mandated reductions in class sizes be postponed -- a
> that would save Gwinnett $2 million to $3 million."
> (Refer to 12/14/02 AJ/C article entitled LAWMAKERS
> recently, Wilbanks sold the BoE on approving an 'IE2
> flexibility plan' which FREES GCPSS from complying
> state mandated smaller class sizes and teacher pay!

d) Add to the year 2000, the two $5,000.00 raises given to tech employees who worked on the GATEWWAY testing project. Both employees were whiners, who did not complete their assigned work. J. Zumwalt whined and cried until his (GATEWAY) project was moved to another employees desk. K. Garmon complained she wasn't making enough money, so T. Kimbrell reassigned her work. Karen sat for over a month doing nothing and bragging about this to me. Management dropped the additonal work created by these two employees on my desk and they crippled me. Gwinnett was fined by the EEOC for violating my civil rights. I was threatened, I had to postpone surgery, I couldn't take sick leave, I was loosing (not being payed) vacation leave, being laughed at, harassed. My injury was never reported by the county to the state, sound familar. Wilbanks rewarded these employees as he was firing teachers who opposed GATEWAY.
I see in today's paper GCPS is recovering money from employees overpaid in 1994. Too bad they can't go back and recover money from the technology department. S. Bradberry, whose mother went to school with WIlbanks: he who was hired at a higher salary, with less education and less experience but after being fired for stealing from G.E. removed all this information for the mainframe. (This would never have ben allowed in corporate America.) Does this sounds familiar; remember the missing discipline records, Bradberry was the student application coordinator in the tech. department. A nice job given to him primarily because of his connections.
Memories, about corruption among Wilbanks and friends.

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  • Re: And you thought . . . -- Grizz, 11:04:49 05/21/10 Fri
  • Re: And you thought . . . -- Donald F. Valtman, 23:24:31 05/21/10 Fri
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