Moments ago, Instead of walking the halls, working with his staff or supporting students, Steve Perry has, once again, turned his back on his 500 students and returned to his twitter account.
At 9:33 AM Steve Perry tweets:
“The only way to lose a fight is to stop fighting. All this did was piss me off. It’s so on. Strap up, there will be head injuries.”
Did he say “head injuries?”
A public employee, on the job, responsible for the safety of 500 students just tweeted — “Strap up, there will be head injuries.”
Does he mean Hartford’s Mayor and the Board of Education members who voted to defeat his proposal?
Does he mean the students and parents of SAND elementary school?
Does he mean the Hartford Federation of Teachers and other Hartford teachers who spoke so eloquently at the Hartford Board of Education meeting last night?
Does he mean those of us who are out here speaking the truth and working to protect Connecticut’s students, parents, teachers and schools?
What the _____ does he mean — “Strap Up, there will be head injuries.” ???????
Can someone place a call to security or at least Hartford’s Superintendent of Schools, Christina Kishimoto.
Mr. Perry needs to be escorted to the door and put on administrative leave immediately before he does something really dangerous.