The Hamburg School Board voted 3-4 against the teacher grievance which prompted the union to address the labor violations in an arbitration hearing. Arbitration is an expensive final option to sort out labor disputes.
Cornell, who has served less than one year in Hamburg, is exhibiting a dreadful lack of skills necessary to direct a school district. Less than one year ago, Cornell arrived in Hamburg as the Superintendent of last resort. A short stroll down memory lane will serve as a reminder of the B.S. Cornell churned when he arrived in Hamburg. So, how much has Mr. Cornell's inexperience cost the Hamburg tax payer? One can only wait until budget season and the inevitable request for more hard earn dollars to fund the incompetence of inexperience.
THE B.S. STARTS AT 8:30, save yourself the pain of listening to Yoviene.