Sunday, January 12, 2014

Must Be a Patronage Hire

Some teachers might actually welcome a principal who never shows up to do an honest day's work, for that might seem better than one who harasses them all day long, every single day, in order to get them to quit.

It does, however, look unseemly for a principal to be a no-show while the school is going to hell for the kids.

Sills did not come to school last Monday. On Tuesday, she showed up at 3:30 p.m.

On Wednesday, The Post found her at home in Westbury, LI, all day before emerging at 2:50 p.m. — school dismissal time. Wearing a fur coat, she took her BMW for a spin.

She showed up at school Thursday, but not Friday.

When Sills, 48, does go to work, it’s rarely before 11 a.m. — and often hours later, say sources familiar with her schedule.
“She strolls in whenever she wants,” one said.

If she does get into trouble for her no-shows, she will merely be moved around and not fired like she should be.

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