Skip to comments.MISSION ACCOMPLISHED: Florida school removes principal who wouldn’t
Posted on 07/09/2019 7:09:06 PM PDT by Impala64ssa
describe the Holocaust as factual
Late last week, I reported on a Florida principals who could not saythat the Holocaust was a historical fact. I asked readers to sign the petition for the removal of the holocaust denying Florida principal. It worked. First and foremost, I applaud the parents, the mother, who refused to accept the lefts systematic academic antisemitism. One person can make a difference
A high school in Boca Raton, Florida, removed a principal who told a parent that he needed to remain neutral on whether or not the Holocaust occurred.
The Palm Beach County School District said in a statement Monday that it was aware of remarks made by William Latson in 2018 and had instructed him to expand Holocaust curriculum at Spanish River Community High School and spend time at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.
Despite these efforts, his leadership has become a major distraction for the school community. It is, therefore, in the best interest of students and the larger school community to reassign Mr. Latson to a District position, the school district said in a statement on Monday.
Latson told the mother of a student a year ago that Not everyone believes the Holocaust happened. In a follow-up email exchange, he responded that I cant say the Holocaust is a factual, historical event because I am not in the position to do so as a school district employee.
His comments drew wide media coverage after The Palm Beach Post reported on them on Friday.
The school, which has about 2,500 students, is said to have one of the largest Jewish student populations in the county, according to the report.
Latson, who had his job since 2011, apologized in a statement to the Post, saying his email did not accurately reflect my professional and personal commitment to educating all students about the atrocities of the Holocaust.
Eisenhower rotated troops through the camps and made the civilians witness them for the express purpose on establishing the facts known to so many it could not be disputed.
My high school history teacher had a death camp tattoo number. Also fact.
I have been fortunate enough to meet a few survivors myself.
The amazing thing to me is that unless you recognize the tattoo and its significance, you’d never know.
Did he get a raise and join the ones who set the policy? Public schools lost their class. They have chosen articles of atheism and rejected truths of God. Wisdom begins with the fear of the Lord.
Dont go against the holocaust
Dont go against the flag
They always win in the end.
What he was actually thinking...
No victory at all.
The principal at the high school my daughter went to was a little too Joe Biden ish with the female students. Polk County School System decided the best way to deal with that after complaints was to move him laterally to a different high school where he could feel up different female students. Big Damn deal.
It’s pretty sad when we think this is a victory, when it’s nothing but smoke, mirrors, and bull.
What he was actually thinking...
Demonstrating his indoctrination.
Education isn’t about education anymore. Hasn’t really been for several decades now.
One of the most memorable things that happened during my college days was meeting Elie Wiesel. He gave a lecture and a reception followed. I was able to actually discuss with him how it came about. He said it was gradual...that you didnt want to believe it was happening. When they saw clearly what was happening, it was too late.
It impressed upon me the importance of being informed, knowing what is going on in your community and in your government.
Probably one of the reasons I spend so much time on FR.
Latson told the mother of a student a year ago that Not everyone believes the Holocaust happened. In a follow-up email exchange, he responded that I cant say the Holocaust is a factual, historical event because I am not in the position to do so as a school district employee. ... Latson, who had his job since 2011, apologized in a statement to the Post, saying his email did not accurately reflect my professional and personal commitment to educating all students about the atrocities of the Holocaust.
IOW, he was lying in both statements.
It's not a small victory - it's a flat out wonderful victory.
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