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FlipFlop Marten

Marten Management Flip Flop Confusion = The Shoe Fits!!!

Apparently San Diego Unified School District Supt. Cindy DOES read District Deeds!

Yesterday we posted “San Diego Unified Supt. Cindy Marten Principal Selection Scam Backfires – Forced to Rescind Offer to Handpicked Lincoln High Principal Candidate!‘ where we dissected the ridiculous Cindy Marten management strategy to force Lincoln High to navigate a 5 Principal Gauntlet (Ross, Principal Trio, New Principal) at the beginning of the 2016/17 school year .

The post had HUNDREDS of views…apparently one of them was SDUSD Supt. Cindy Marten.

Today Mr. John Ross – the Principal that disgraced former Trustee Marne Foster and accomplice Supt. Cindy Marten assigned after improperly removing Dr. Esther Omogbehin – has been REASSIGNED to Lincoln High until a new Principal can be found.

As we outlined in our post yesterday, the Students, Teachers and Staff were going to go through a transition from Ross to the Principal Trio and then from the Principal Trio to the new Principal.

This Flip Flop by Marten eliminates the extra transition and allows a much better hand off from Principal Ross to his successor.

Hey Cindy…there are Management Lessons to be learned here…when dealing with SDUSD Stakeholders, a Flip Flop

FlipFlop Marten

is a better choice than

Steel toed boot

a Steel Toed Boot…

And keep reading District Deeds for tips!



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