From a post below...
When you attack an individual by name on an internet blog, you have no integrity or character period. The issues, the problems, the processes all are up for discussion. But posters here chose to attack Mrs. Jacono's personality and character. Did anyone have the courage to speak to her face to face about that??
Did any of the faceless critics tell Mrs. Jacono that you did not like her? Quiz defend yourself how you will, but you led a personal attack rather than a professional discussion. It seems we both agree though that positive change is on the horizon so I for one will leave with that.
Well, I will not.
I don't know how many times we have to tell you that we DID go to her and to Father Dan before you acknowledge that fact. I can assure you I did after I knew several others had gone with similar complaints. I can't even say that nothing was being done...the survey was a perfect example of something that she was pushed to do. I think it was a lousy survey, with poorly worded and tainted questions, but it is about what I expected.
I have tried to keep her personality out of it, but when you purport to be a leader, personality IS a big part of it. If you are selfless is shows, and if you are self-serving, it shows as well. What I have given you time and time again are facts; sometimes drawing pretty damning conclusions. If that is "attacking" her personality to point out the declining enrollment at her past school until she left, then ther is nothing left. If there is an element of her personality that you think has been mentioned unfairly or not related to her performance, please point it out.
So...we will continue to talk about the good and the bad, but I will try to draw the line at not nit-picking. As an example, I am debating about whether to comment on the student handbook. There are a few errors, including something left in from whomever they copied where they left in the previous school's name, and another area where they specifically state that crocs and sandals are permitted (instead of NOT permitted). Is it important? It certainly shows a lack of attention to detail, wouldn't you say? However, and this may be damning with faint praise...it is still better than last year.