EXHIBIT W6-1

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Michael Hinojosa, Ed.D. Superintendent of Schools

Dallas D

Independent

School District

ADMINISTRATIVE STATEMENT

I, , am giving this statement to Rex tewart, who has identified himself as an Administrative Investigator with the Dallas Independent Schoo! District and is conducting an administrative investigation. I have been directed to submit this Administrative Statement as stated by School Board Policy DH (LOCAL), describing my actions or any knowledge that I have of the incident. I understand that .fail~re to do so my subjec~ me to disciplinary action up !O and. in~ludi~ible termination from employment With the Dallas independent School District. ~ I further understand that any information or evidence gained through this statement cannot be used against me in any criminal proceedings, except that I may be ~~to criminal prosecution for the charge of perjury for any false statement(s) I make. '9J )

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r also understand that r am required to be truthful in my responses and/or statement(s) that I give and if it is determined that I have been untruthful in my responses, I could be subject to disciplinary action up to ~uding termination from employment with the Dallas

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"The employee's failure to comply with the directive constitutes "insubordina~~\vjolation that will be grounds for oisciplinary action up to and including termination," (~)

"When directed by an administrator or a District investigator, an employee shall submit a notarized affidavit. Intentional falsification, misstatement, or the concealment of a material fact in connection with an administrative investigation shall be deemed as "providing untruthful stat~)· and can be grounds for disciplinary action up to and including termination. "--r'C!:7~=-::~--

I understand that this investigation is CONFIDEN~d should not be discussed with

others on my campus and/or adminis~p'. ~ I may, however, discuss this

case with my legal representative, ~. In response to this request, I submit the

following to Inspector Rr.x Stewart: --

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EXHIBIT W6-2

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August 10, 2009

RT -Dallas Independent School District Human Resources Services

3807 Ross Avenue

Dallas, TX 75204

To Whom It May Concern,

Please accept this letter of interest and resume and allow me to interview for the position of Principal, Bryan Adams High School. ! am anxious to convince the interview panel that I am the best applicant for this position because I have:

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demonstrated effectiveness as an elementary principal, assistant principal of a leading high school, and as an associate principal of a large rnlddleschoo]:

a vision for Bryan Adams High School where each student and employee is valued and everyone is highly focused on attaining the learning goals;

a proven ability to manage a school as a true learning community;

a reputation for being proactive and not afraid to take risks if needed;

an ethical and mora! value to make decisions in the best interest of students; a situational leadership style that brings out the best in people; and,

an intense desire to work with high school students

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I have been guided and mentored by some of Dallas ISO's strongest administrators and leaders. I believe all of them will verify that r am energetic, visionary, knowledgeable, empathetic, focused-and resultsoriented. My mentors will also tell you that I develop relationships with students and teachers and know the value of each one. I develop people who want to grow. I am not afraid to make tough decisions when it becomes apparent that an individual is not interested in growing and working to meet the goals of the school and district. My other abilities and attributes are reflected in the following profile relating to this application.

instructional Leadership: I am anxious to build on the great accomplishments of the students and staff of Bryan Adams High School. The only way we are to heighten our focus and our work is by setting each student's learning expectation, monitoring the student's understanding of these expectations, and evaluating the student's work to ensure they mastered the learning expectation. Additionally, we will remain steadfasi in teaching the curriculum, identifying the specific gaps in student achievement, and developing and utilizing multiple sets of interventions and modifications for struggling students. We will focus on coliege readiness by demonstrating our knowledge and expertise gained from our work with the Institute for Learning. We will seek new knowledge and skills and will not be afraid to practice and take feedback from members of our learning community and others who visit us to learn.

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We will build on existing practices to strengthen programs by incorporating technology and the arts, I will ensure tnere are many opportunities for student involvement in clubs and other extracurricular activities. It has been an important part of my life to express myself creatively, and r think all children should have the opportunity to explore and develop an appreciation for the creative and fine arts.

School Cfimate: I will work to enhance the sense of belonging and pride students, teachers, parents and alumni have of Bryan Adams. When one enters the doors of the school, there will be a strong awareness that the school is a place of learning, students are stimulated and curious, and everyone goes about their business in a structured and orderly manner. We will be safe at Bryan Adams.

I will expect that there is continued evidence of respect. helpfulness and trust. To continue the development of the school climate, I will provide many opportuntties for students to support each other. We will maintain and enhance the facilities so the building and grounds are attractive and clean. The faculty, staff and i will take advantage of "teachable moments" when we see an opportunity to help a student act more aligned with the expectations. Parents, students and teachers will be aware there are clearly defined rules, procedures and we aorde by school and district policies, We will provide opportunities for the community, volunteers and parents to attend briefings, workshops and programs so everyone will understand the expectations of the students who attend Bryan Adams.

Organizational Structures and Procedures: Procedures and organizational structures are evident at Bryan Adams. I will maintain those that are effective and will work to refine the existing organization chart so operational matters will report through the Organizationai Health (OH) Team. Together with the Faculty Advisory Committee, OH will receive input from employees and will evaluate changes that need to be made in the day-to-day operations of the school. I will meet regularly with the teachers to receive and act on their recommendations. All rules and changes will be consistent with the goals of the school.

All academic and instructional matters will be escalated through the Campus Instructional Leadership

»=>. Team. This team will help me identify inhibitors that may hinder us in realizing our desired instructional results We will meet weekly to review, evaluate, modify and improve our procedures and processes.

Personnel Management: Personnel at Bryan Adams will have a .clear understanding of the goals of the school and periormance expectations to meet those goals. My administrative staff will have clearly defined roles and responsibilities as to how the performance of each employee is to be managed. I will meet with the administrators weekly to ensure we maintain the self esteem of each person, and that we are being fair and equitable. Everyone will be accountable. Those who are willing and able will require little or no supervision: others will be supervised and monitored based on their readiness level to produce. I will develop and deliver a thorough orientation for all teachers to include knowledge of the community and the City of Dallas, expectations regarding planning (both at the grade level and vertically), instructionai delivery and requirements for compliance, If new teachers are selected, they will learn (during the interview process) the requirements for attaining our goals. I wi!! ensure teacher deficits are addressed quickly and the results are reflections of development opportunities. My administrative team and! will always monitor progress and provide appropriate feedback.

i have used the Professional Development and Appraisal System for the past seven years to evaluate teacher performance. i have set clear expectations for staff performance, Implemented effective instructional strategies, practiced successful classroom management techniques, followed established ooliciesand proced . .ires, maintained and continually improved a coaching model for teachers. I have

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required students be treated with respect and that teachers communicate with the public. During these processes, i have:

" observed teachers delivering instruction and their performance in non-academic areas;

• identified areas where improvement is needed and worked closely with teachers to give them guidance in the improvement process;

• identified staff development, conducted model lessons, acquired materials and asked for assistance from area and central specialists; and,

c provided corrective feedback and given teachers an opportunity to demonstrate newly acquired knowledge and skifls.

Throughout the development process, I have been tenacious in recording observations and in providing corrective feedback. Additionally, I have conducted formative and summative evaluation conferences with teachers. I have not hesitated to take corrective action with staff members who are unwillino to work towards achieving desired results. After exercising all development options for those staff m~mbers, I have had to make hard decisions regarding their employment while working closely with our Human Resources Services Department and the Legal Department. I will continue these practices with my own staff at Bryan Adams High School.

Fiscal/Facility Management: In managing fiscal resources, my primary goal wi!! be to foflow all local, state and federal rules, policies and procedures whiie maintaining accurate and up-to-date records and documentation. I will put sound accounting practices in place and will monitor closely our budgeting and purchasing practices. I will utilize the knowledge and experience! have received while serving as a member of the Board of Controls and my knowledge of provided guidelines to ensure our Activity Funds are managed appropriately While working with the staff and advisory groups, I wi!! align our fiscal and human resources with our identified needs so we have the right people in the right place and they have what they need to accomplish instructional goals. From prior experience, I have learned the parents at Bryan Adams witi work d;ligently with the staff and me to plan and execute fund-raising activities. They will also participate in applyirg for grants and attaining creative sources for funding to supoort our instructional goals. The stakehoiders of Bryan Adams and I will seek out corporate sponsors.

Those who are responsible for managing the facilities will be accountable for keeping the buildings and grounds clean, attractive and maintained. I will assign an assistant principal to oversee and supervise this work. I will hold fast that environment and schoof climate are priorities IOi establishing a learning environment. I am also preparedto oversee any new bond work that is scheduled for Bryan Adams.

I opened Jerry Junkins Elementary school in 2006, and I was heav!lyinvolvedin the conversion of E. D. Walker from a special education school to a Pre K - 6 elementary school. As my resume indicates, I participated in staffing, scheduiing, planning, and in making assignments. I also participated with my principal at T. C. Marsh Middle School in planning the bond renovations. When opening Junkins, I joined in planning meetings with contractors and project managers, made recommendations and gained insight into the requirements for completed construction. My experience in opening a new estabHshment in College Station also afforded me opportunities to oversee work completion, warranty issues and close-out activities.

Student Management: Bryan Adams' students are accountable for their behavior and their learning. As with employees, students will have a clear understanding of their roles and responsibilities and the poticies, rules and procedures that govern thai behavior while at school or at school functions. They will have a working knowledge of the Student Code of Conduct and the consequences for operating outside the policy. I will study and observe students operating within the guidelines of the existing Bryan Adams Discipline Manaqement Plan to identify areas of improvement. If changes are necessary, I will involve students, teachers and parents in the change process to the degree possible. Of course, I will reserve the right to make immediate adjustments to ensure the safety of all.

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Those who have supervised me, and parents who have worked with me, will confirm I am effective in mediating and resolving conflicts among faculty, staff, students and parents. i believe if one begins mediation by having a clear understanding of the situation and each person's desired outcome, a win-win resolution can be reached. Sometimes, it is not possible to give a person what they actually want.

However, I believe when the mediator is knowledgeabie, fair, equitable, impartial and truthful, the participant is more likely to be accepting of the outcome. I possess al! of these attributes (and with my sense of humor), they have allowed me to be effective when communicating with students, parents and community. Those with whom I interact will say I nurture students and am very effective in changing behavior.

Professional Growth and Development and School and Community Relationships: There are many types of professional development. There are compliance workshops, district-wide training sessions to teach employees of new initiatives and how to implement them; there are conferences and academies. We will participate in those activities as the district deems necessary Dr if we have identified a specific need that will be addressed during a conference or academy. The best and most effective staff development will be from within our own leaming community. The Bryan Adams Learning Community will identify a need then work to identify the staff development needed to address the deficits. Needy participants will attend the training, come back to the classroom and practice, and then other members of the learning community will observe, (generally in Leaming Walks), to see if additional staff development is needed. Sometimes, it is necessary for an individual to selt-disclose if he/she feels they are in need of development in a specific area. The learning community members then have an obligation to provide the development. In a learning community, teachers learn from each other. One of my greatest strengths is to plan and implement staff development based on need.

A very exciting aspect of my job as principal of Bryan Adams wil! be to continue my relationships with community members and the parents of the students I serve. I will work to ensure parents are partners with us as we educate their children, They will be involved in setting school goals, participate in advisory groups, engage in self-development activities planned by the school, and will know they are welcome to provide feedback. They will know they are welcome at Bryan Adams and will be accountable for operating within procedures they help establish. ! believe the community will embrace me as I embrace them and we will work together to foster positive relationships.

I trust I have conveyed my qualifications for the position. I am passionate about becoming the principal at Bryan Adams High Schoof and I look forward to interviewinc with the pane!.

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Letter of interest. l-ruicipal, Bryan Adams High School

Susan Y. Walker

Objective: To be appointed as the principal of Bryan Adams High Schoof.

Qualifications and Attributes

• Gained five years experience as a secondary campus administrator.

• Opened new elementary school; attained "Recognized" status with 16 student groups.

• Demonstrated ability to train staff and peers in the Institute for Learning's work.

It Demonstrated knowledge and expertise in curriculum and in implementing strategies of best practices in instruction and school operations.

• Reputable in establishing and maintaining collaborative working relationships with teachers, staff, parents, and students of diverse cultural, socio-economic, social backgrounds and standings.

II Recognized ability to pian, organize and manage school operations, fiscal resources and academic programs.

• Proven abiiity to set and communicate high standards while leading others in focusing on and working toward realizing mission and goals.

• Confirmed ability to mediate and resolve conflicts in win-win situations; able to communicate reasoning when win-wins are not possible.

• Accountable in developing strong administrative relationships with students and their parents; effective in managing discipline and taking positive corrective action while keeping parents informed.

• Demonstrated effectiveness in promoting and maintaining safe school environment.

• Observable evidence of identifying development needs of staff; ptanr1ing and implementing model lessons, demonstrations, workshops, training sessions and nurturing staff during their application of development.

• Proven strong work ethic; creative; exercise ability to think outside the box to achieve desired results; demonstrate sense of humor while managing stress; model expectations.

.. Applied expertise in numerous computer applications.

.. Demonstrated expertise in analyzing and disaggregatlng data, then planning and applying solutions and appiications for improvement.

Experience

1996 - Present. The Dallas independent Scllool District (Dallas ISO), Dallas, Texas.

2006 • Present. Principal. Jerry Junkins Elementary.

• Opened this new school in 2006.

Obtained "Recognized" status with 16 student groups. Evidence of all traits of a highly-efre:;tive school. Cultivaled and developed h igh!y effective staff.

~ Recoonized effectiveness in fiscai management.

Serv;d as a leader of the Northwest Elementary Learning Community's Guided Coalition.

* Designated by Executive Director as mentor to peers .

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Work Experience, continued .

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• 2005·2006. Dean of Instruction. T. C. Marsh Middle School.

Invited by the Area Superintendent to serve as the Dean of Instruction at Marsh 10 improve their instructional practices.

Developed a master schedule to accommodate 90 minute of math and reading blocked time. Scheduled students; recommend assignment of teachers.

Ensured curriculum was implemented.

Developed profiiing system for student expectations; used profiling for managing differentiated instruction.

Analyzed data; taught team to use data management in planning and implementing instruction. Establlshed and communicated expectations; delegated and monitored work.

Managed performance of assigned staff to include giving corrective and positive feedback; identiffed and obtained resources needed to correct deficits; modeled instruction; took corrective disciplinary action, if necessary, with atl staff.

Served as an active member of Cil T , PTA, and SBDM.

Assisted principal with bond renovations.

Appointed by parents as a lifetime member of the PTA. Served as the TesUng Coordinator.

Shared discipline responsibilities with Assistant Principals; handled all severe cases.

2003- 2005. Assistant Principal. W. T. White High School.

• Assigned as 11th grade administrator.

c Created a student tracking program; served with 11 th grade counseior to identify all 11 th graders who were failing or at risk of fallinc, Met with parents each six weeks. Resulted in highest

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passing rate of 11 graders.

Responsible for elective programs, ESL Department, fundraising and substitutes.

• Evaluated assigned teachers using PDAS processes.

• Conceptualized a Rodeo Club; obtained principal's approval to implement; recruited an investor; recruited students. Club now functioning at White.

• Fulfilled share of assistant principal duties including attending athletics events, bus duty, lunchroom, hall duty, Saturday School. attending special school events and managing discipline across all grade levels.

2002· 2003. Administrative intern. Walnut Hill Elementary School.

Served as an administrative intern under the supervision of a Blue Ribbon School Principal while fulfilling the requirements of the Administrator Preparation Program, a cooperative agreement between Dallas ISO and The Universiiy of Texas at Arlington.

• Accepted assigned responsibiliiiesas an assistant principal by mentor principal. Performed at! duties relating to the academic programs and operations of the school including planning and scheduling; assessinqinstructional needs; taking corrective action to improve instruction; prOVIding feedback to teachers; budgeting; discipline management; and parental involvement. Served as Acting Principal in theabsence of the principal.

Completed Administrator Preparation Program with a 4.0 average; acquired an administrative oosition with Dallas ISO upon completion of program.

Chosen as a Math Coach to work with central and area speclalists in integrating Math Learning Communities into Area 7 Elementary Schools.

2000 -2002. Teacher. E. D. Walker Elementary School.

in fal! of 2000, E. O. Walker converted from a Special Education School to a PreK-6 Elementary School. Approximately 5-6 weeks prior to school opening, reported to assist principal in opening school. Assisted In staffing school including interviewing and recommending staff, ordering and distributing supplies, pianning, and scheduling. Pianned and implemented staff development and orientation for new staff.

Served at CIL.. T member, Team Leader, Dallas ISO New Teacher Mentor, Dallas ISO Alternative Education Mentor, Math Mentor and Everyday Math Trainer.

~ Nominated each year for Teacher-of-the-Year:

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1996 -1999. Teacher. George W. Truett Elementary School.

a CILT member, Team Leader, Stomp Team Coach, Cheerleading Coach, Campus Mentor Teacher, Campus Math Tutor.

" Taught third grade self-contained and Drama for PreK-6. " Nominated in 199i and 1999 for Teacher-of-the- Year.

1996 -1994. Crooked Path Ale House. Manager. Cof[ege Station, Texas.

Q Managed 20 employees to include hiring, performance management.

" Responsible for scheduling, entertainment, overseeing events, planning menus and markeiing.

.. Increased profits 51 % during two-year tenure.

1994 ·1992. French Gourmet. Director of Catering. San Diego, California.

• Managed 72 employees including warehouse staff, chef staffs, wait siaff and party managers.

Planned work, managed performance of supervisors, and sometimes their subordinates, \0 include evaluation, hiring and termination of employment.

G Grossed over $4M per year. Profits increased yearly while in this position.

• Supervised service for "elite clientele" (politicians, movie actors, performers, prominent wealthy patrons) and coordinated events with over 250 guests.

• Scheduled events and personalty ensured customer satisfaction. Created menus; supervised chefs in preparing food including modeling cooking.

Other Employment:

• Worked as a substitute teacher at Barbara Manns High School 1997-1999.

II Worked during summers of 1997 - 1999 as professor's assistant at Texas A & M University. Assisted in teaching Horse Medicine; served as a summer counselor and camp leader.

• Taught summer school for Dalias.ISD during summers of 1999, 2000, 2001.

Worked various catering jobs to defray expenses while attending Texas A. & M University.

.. Held several part-time jobs while attending high school.

Education

2003 University of Texas at Arlington

1994 - 1997 San Diego international University

Master of Educational Leadership

San Diego, California

Curriculum and Instruction

Credential in Multi Subjects, Pre-Kindergarten through Sixth Grade

1992 Texas A & M University

College Station. Texas

Bachelor of Science (Psychoiogy)

Certifications and Licenses

State of Texas Professional, Mid-Management Administrator Standard, Classroom 't eacher, Self-Contained, Grades 1-6 Executive Chef, California License

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References

Ivonne Durant Executive Director

Northwest Elementary Learning Community Dallas Independent School District 972.925.4619

Dr. Robin Ryan

Chief Academic Officer Daflas Independent School District 972.925,3400

JoAnne Hughes Title I

,Academic Programs Manager Dallas independent Schoo! District 972.925.3400

Joy Barnhart

External Monitor, TEA Dallas lnaeoenden: Schoo! District

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EXHIBIT W6-3

Michael Hinojosa, Ed.D. Superintendent of Schools

Dallas D

Iode~ndent ..

School District

Affidavit

The State of Texas County of Dallas

Before me, Susan Walker, resident in the County of Dalias, State of Texas, on this day personally appeared at 2101 Millmar Drive, Dallas, Texas, who after being duly sworn, on oath, affirm and says:

! have been employed by the Dallas ISO for approximately 12 years. My current position is principal of Bryan Adams High Schoo!, which I have held since September of 2009. After review of my resume for the principal's position at Bryan Adams High School, I have become aware of inadvertent mistakes in the beginning dates relating to my work experience in the Dallas ISD. My resume says! was working in College Station, Texas in 1996 at the same time I was a teacher in Dallas ISO in 1996; this was a typo I should have edited. My resume reflects "calendar years." Dates are not listed by "school years" because I had another career before education (see below).

I have no explanation for SBEC's Probationary Certification date beginning in 1999 because I was employed by Dallas ISO, at the beginning of the 199B calendar year, on an Emergency Permit. All of my educational work experience is in Dallas ISD and was accurately reflected in my resume. My corrected Dallas ISD work dates are listed below in "schoo! years":

January 1998 1998-1999 1999-2000

2000-2001 2001-2002

George W. Truett Elementary on Emergency Certificate - Teacher George W. Truett Elementary on AC Probationary Certificate-Teacher George W. Truett Elementary on Probationary Certificate-Teacher

"My resume stated 1990-1999

E.D Walker Etementary- Teacher E.D. Walker Elementary -Teacher WMy resume stated 2000-2002

2002-2003 Walnut Hill Elementary - Administrative Intern "My resume stated 2002-2003

2003-2004 2004-2005

200~20D5 2005-2006

2006-2007 2007-2008 2008-2009

2009-2010

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W.T. White High School - Assistant Principal

W.T. White High School-Assistant Principal (I was asked to move before the second semester began by my Area 7 Superintendent to aide in the instructional program at T.C. Marsh Middle School)

"My resume stated 2003-2005

T. C. Marsh Middle Schoo! - Dean of Instruction

T. C. Marsh Middle Schoof.... Dean of Instruction "My resume stated 2005-2006

Jerry Junkins Elementary - Principa! Jerry Junkins Elemental)' - Principal Jerry Junkins Elementary - Principal

"My resume stated 2006-Present

Bryan Adams High School - Principal "Added for Uris affidavit

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Michael Hinojosa, Ed.D. SupaEinIBndenf of Schools

Thillm D

Inde~dent

School District

I was not nominated for Teacher of the Year in 1997 at Truett Elementary School. That was an error on my resume. I was nominated (as stated in my resume) for two years in a row, 1998-1999 and 1999-2000 school years. I finished second both years.

f was not aware that I should have flied a Family Relationship Disclosure Information Form with my application for the principal position at Bryan Adams High School. No one from Human Resources ever

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With regard to the furniture that was bought for the Counseling Office and the Registrar's Office, it was purchased through Oracle, using approved vendors, and I followed the Dallas ISO procurement procedures. I am attaching to this affidavit the pertinent copies relating to the purchase of the furniture.

My duty hours at Bryan Adams High School are 8:15 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. I adjusted my duty time, and the times of the other campus administrators, so the campus could have administrators present during the hours the building was open for all school activities; i.e., Skyline, Townview, and Conrad buses drop off at my campus until approximately 5: 15 p.m. and we also run SES tutoring and teacher tutoring until 5:30 p.m. There are many weekdays and weekends that require me to work beyond the normal eight hour day.

The administrative hours for Bryan Adams were approved by my Executive Director and I published the entire Administrative Team's report and ending times (including mine) to the entire BA Team. AdditionaHy, I publish my daily calendar in the "Business Meeting" (the weekly newsletter distributed to all BA employees) to let the entire SA Team know if I will be off campus. The newsletter states where and when I will be off campus. If a meeting is scheduled after the publishing of the newsletter, I always inform the front office staff and my Learning Community of my whereabouts. r have made my cell phone number public to the staff should they have an emergency when I am off campus, or if they need me at night or on the weekends.

In May of 2010, I did invite masseuses to come to Bryan Adams High School from 9:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. to give massages to the entire BA team to celebrate "Team Appreclation Week." The masseuses were allowed to set up in a room that was vacant. The masseuses did not charge the school, teachers, nor me a fee for their services. The masseuses did have their business cards on the table. I did not get a massage the- day the masseuses were on the campus. The use of the masseuses was strictly voluntary and no personnel were forced to get a massage. No teacher received a massage during their instructional time, only during their planning or other non-instructional time. I was attempting to do something nice for the SA Team and unaware this action could be a violation of district policy.

In regards to Sherri Beach, parent at Bryan Adams: Since my arrival at Bryan Adams (BA), there have been numerous interactions between Mrs. Beach, the BA team, parents, and community members that make me question her motives. Taken collectively and progressively over the 2009/2010 school year, I am beginning to consider her actions as harassing, slanderous, and sometimes threatening in nature. For example:

• Mrs. Beach served on my interview panel. After the interview, parents reported she disseminated an e-mail to community members asking who I was; she did not think j was the right fit for SA because I was too young, and my connections were the only reason the committee selected me for the job. Parents reported Mrs. Beach verbally asked them to join in a "rally" against me.

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.. During my first day at work at Bryan Adams, Mrs. Beach insisted she meet with me and said she needed her badge, I asked her what badge she was referring to and what was the purpose of the badge. She stated that the former principal allowed her full access to the building and she expected me to do the same. I explained to Mrs. Beach that she was welcome in the building to observe her son's classes, to meet with counselors, to volunteer, or meet with me. I thanked her for being a member of SBDM and said that I looked forward to working with her. She began to complain about three (3) of my team members and stated reasons she expected me to "get rid of them." I tried to excuse myself numerous times from the meeting, The meeting lasted more than an hour and half .

., During the day of the homecoming parade, Mrs. Beach came to my office to tell me how I was "being destroyed in the bloqs." I asked her, "What are the blogs?" She had brought copies of the comments listed on the blogs and laughed, stating, "You won't last long because no one on there likes you." I said that it was probably the same person writing all of that and I had no intention of reading it again. After the Organizational Health scores were released, she again emailed me copies of comments made in the blags.

• Mrs. Beach sent many repetitive e-mails throughout the year asking for information. My secretary would send Mrs, Beach the information she requested, and she would claim she never got It even though she responded via email that she received the information. I finally asked my secretary to have her pick up requested documents when she signed in at the building,

• Mrs. Beach sent e-mails throughout the year to me questioning my decisions in an authoritative manner,

• I met with Mrs. Beach a few times first semester. She would misquote me to parents and teachers, so I stopped meetIng with her alone. She always wanted to meet regarding my decisions, to complain about school events, to complain about district employees, or complain about BA team members. The entire schoo! year, Mrs. Beach never spoke of or had concerns about her son.

" I gave my cell phone number to Mrs, Beach when I arrived because she was the SSOM Chair.

She left many messages on my cell phone, some lasting for over six minutes. She texted me numerous times to complain about PTSA, call one of my coaches "a prick," complained she could not reach people at school, etc. I stopped replying to her texts.

" During the first semester, I reported Mrs, Beach's behavior to my Executive Director and to Bruce Weaver. I called Mr. Weaver because lwas beginning to feel harassed, Throughout the year, I kept my Executive Director informed.

• A teacher reported to me that Mrs. Beach told her that I had moved from up North and moved off Gaston, and didn't even live in the BA area. No one knew my new address because I had not changed it with the district when she made this comment.

• Mrs. Beach came to BA for no reason at least three times per week. If my office door was open, she would bypass my secretary and office manager and enter my office. On at least three occasions, J asked her to leave because I was in a meeting. I told her she could schedule a time to meet with me or the offtce staff.

• During my first PTSA meeting, some parents told me they were very concerned about the parental involvement at BA. They claimed some parents refused to volunteer for positions if Mrs, Beach was involved, These parents reported that they had been on SBDM and PTSA at Hili and Gaston and they coutd not tolerate the negativity. They claimed Mrs. Beach continually complained about me and the students at BA. According to the parents, Mrs. Beach said the students at BA were unruly; discipline was "running amuck;" students did not wear the uniform: ! was not competent; that I was ruining everything the former principal did, that I was a liar, I arrived late to work; I had gotten my job because of my connections; and that according to Oracle (the employee system only), I was not an AP long enough to be a principal, etc.

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• I received numerous concerns from BA team members claiming Mrs. Beach was interrupting instructional time to complain about me. Teachers told me Mrs, Beach said I was not at meetings I had put on the school calendar. She named the place I have manicures and said that I got my nails done before coming to work.

.. During the "Senior Courtyard Clean-Up", Mrs. Beach came to volunteer her time. During the day, she was very helpful. That afternoon I took. her and the seniors to lunch. During the meal, she complained about my superiors, my administrative team, and other BA team members. She stated one of my coaches, "always parks his car in visitor parking and everyone knows it is him because he drives Jag. In fact, I have seen your car in the loading zone a few times and you have parked backwards on the street getting things out of your car: r explained ! would not entertain negative comments about district employees or the BA team members. And that it concerned me that she always knew the whereabouts of my vehicle. If a team member was parking in visitor parking I would take care of it. I explained we were here to have a great day for the kids. She left the lunch after I made my statement.

.. One teacher said that Mrs. Beach told her she had seen my car leave three times in one day in the parking lot, and she was keeping spirals of documentation on me.

10 Teachers said they felt very uncomfortable and intimidated. ! also received concerns from my Organizational Hearth Team regarding how she reprimanded students in the hallways; harassed our students coming to school, and interrupted school time.

• I met with Mrs. Beach to tel! her I had received feedback that she was Interrupting instructional time and invited her to please foUowthe visiting policy. I told her if she had a concern about her son she could see me personally. I left to attend a meeting downtown after our meeting. Mrs. Beach followed me in her car to the Administration Building. When! told her I saw her, she said she did not know what I was talking about.

• Mrs. Beach asked teachers to be members of 8BOM. I asked her to stop because 88DM was an advisory team to the principal and we would follow S80M guidelines for adding members. According to teachers, Mrs. Beach continued to press the teachers to join.

s The 8BDM committee voted that Mrs. Beach no longer be the Chairperson. Mrs. Beach knew this was going to happen because we were not in compliance with the SBDM By-Laws. When I began to announce the new Chairperson, Mrs. Beach unexpectedly asked the committee to vote for new By-Laws to extend members because "they might have an interest in repeating their terms." The entire committee voted against her proposal.

• A school clerk told me she was at the grocery store and Mrs. Beach "cornered" her at the store.

She stated that Mrs. Beach went into a "rampage" about me and how she was not going to stop until she got me fired. The clerk complained that she felt uncomfortable and asked jf anything could be done about a "harassing parent off school time."

.. Many times during the year, the front office staff, the administrative staff and counseling teams reported that Mrs. Beach loitered in the front office and counseling office inquiring about my whereabouts.

• Mrs. Beach came to school after the school year was over. We were administering make-up exams. The testing teacher said that Mrs. Beach came into the library and told her she was determined to get mefired; that I had lied on my resume, and boasted how she would not stop until the superintendent fired me.

" Severa! parents told me Mrs. Beach said they should transfer their children to Woodrow because I was incompetent; I had gotten rid of programs and heritage at BA, over 30 teachers were quitting, and how awful our students were. They also reported she told many them that I had completely destroyed the AP program and was "running the school into the ground."

.. My Executive Director asked if I would be willing to meet with Mrs. Beach to hear her concerns because she had come to the Learning Community to complain. I scheduled the meeting to meet

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with her on April 6, 201 Q. I listened to her complaints for over an hour and a half. My administrative assistant and associate principal were at the door and listened to the entire meeting.

• We planned a senior camping trip that was fully approved by the district, and selected by the seniors. Mrs. Beach telephoned me and told me that the trip was against policy and we should not go. However, Mrs. Beach sat on the committee that planned the trip. The camp called to say a district employee had requested a copy of my contract with the camp. When I asked who it was, the camp employee gave me a name who was not an employee. Later, parents reported that Mrs. Beach bragged that we were not going to camp because we had broken policy. She encouraged parents and students not to attend the trip.

• My Lead Counselor scheduled a meeting with me to voice her concerns about Mrs. Beach. She said that Mrs. Beach continued to come to the counseling office and talk about me for hours at a time. The Lead Counselor stated Mrs. Beach would move from her office to another counselor's office to complain about me. The Lead Counselor did not know how to handle her and said she was worried. I told her to call the front office if Mrs. Beach returned unannounced. The next day the counselor called the office to say Mrs. Beach was in her office and could [ help. I stepped into her office, greeted Mrs. Beach and asked if! could help her. She did not have a reply and promptly left.

• Many nights I left school after 7:00 p.m. to find Mrs. Beach driving in front of the school or driving through the parking lot when she did not have an appointment. On these nights her son did not have evening events.

• On a Monday after SAT testing in the Spring, my Facility Supervisor reported to me that on the previous Saturday one of the custodians found Mrs. Beach in my persona! office. He asked her why she was in the office and she said, "Oh, did you know Ms. Walker's office was not locked?" She promptly left the building.

• Many nights the custodians walked me to my car after dark because it was common knowledge that Mrs. Beach might be in the parking lot to follow me or corner me in the parking lot.

.. During the night of the Town Hall Meeting, I witnessed Mrs. Beach with papers in her hands that she was showing people. Later that evening, my Executive Director said that Mrs. Beach showed her paperwork, which Mrs. Beach said was her documentation on me.

e During the week of the Town Hall Meeting (June 7, 2010), I worked late in my office. When I left,

I noticed Mrs. Beach's car in the parking lot. Her car did not move when I left, but when I made it to i I I r' II ,I noticed her following me home. I turned in the neighborhood by my home and lost her. I called my Executive Director that ellening to report Mrs. Beach was following me. She told me she would be downtown the next day, either June 8, 2010 or June 9, 2010, and she would see what she could do to help. The next day, I received a call from Chris Velasco in Parent Services asking me what the issue was with Sherri Beach. I explained a few things and she said Bruce Weaver would call me.

• On the evening of June 8, 2010 or June 9, 2010, Bruce Weaver called me. I explained some of the issues I continued to have with Mrs. Beach including her following me home. He told me if I caught her following me again to call OPO or to stop and take a photo with my phone of her car. He said school was out and she had no business at the building. He told me he was very familiar with Mrs. Beach and had dealt with her before. I asked him what the solution was in the past and he told me he could not share that information with me. He stated that if her behavior continued next school year he would intervene.

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During the 2009/2010 school year approximately 7 teachers retired, 8 teachers transferred, 2 teacher assistants transferred and 3 teachers' positions were cut for b ~t reasons.

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On July 1,2001, United States International University (USIU) and Alliant University/CSPP were joined to create a new university - Alliant International University, Here's a

brieflook at the earlier years of the two academic organizations that combined to form Alliant International University,

California School of Professional Psychology

cspp was founded in 1969 with help from the California Psychological Association, CSPP was the nation's first independent graduate school of professional psychology.

The founders' premise was that the health care needs of society required a psychology training program blending professionalism and science in new and creative ways, Now more than 30 schools of professional psychology follow CSpp1s model.

In the early 1970s, CSPP awarded AA, BA, MA, and PhD degrees, The school offered majors in clinical psychology, community psychology, developmental psychology, child and family life: the clinical practice of psychotherapy and assessment, and community change and organizational development. In the late 1970s and early 1980s, the school chose to offer psychology; at one point the only terminal degree recent years, the university added programs in

social and policy studies and education,

to the first campuses in San Francisco and Los Angeles

. campus was added in 1972 and the Fresno campus was 00, CSPP changed its name to Alliant University, CSPP professional psychologists, many of whom hold

the field of mental health care in California and

United States International

The universit-y that became USIU was founded in 1952 as California Western University, Sitting on 90 acres in the Point Lornaarea of San Diego, Cal Western was a liberal arts college that emphasized small classes taught by highly qualified faculty, Many students received

individualized instruction.

In 1965, the University received a Federal land grant for a new campus in the Scripps Ranch area of San Diego.

In 1967, the University's name was changed to United States International University to reflect its expanded commitment to a global perspective. In 1968, construction began on the Scripps Ranch. The property, previously the site of Camp Elliott, a Marine Corps training facility, is now the home of Alliant's largest campus.

USIU had campuses throughout the United States and the world, including such places as Hawaii, Colorado, France, Canada, Palau, England and Japan. USlU offered bachelor's, master's and doctoral programs and granted degrees in business, education, psychology, international relations, performing and visual arts, and a number of other disciplines. USIU has a worldwide network of more than 20,000 alumni/alumnae who hold prominent positions in varied fields.

About Us

Alliant International University focuses on preparing students for professional careers in the applied social sciences. OUf faculty, students and alumni are committed to making an impact on society and to results that make a difference in the lives of individuals, couples, families, schools, organizations, companies, and nations.

Our institution applies scholarship to solve social problems and has always had an abiding concern for diversity and internationalism.

Formed in July 2001 by the combination of the California School of Professional Psychology (CSPP) and United States International University (USIU), AI1iant is an independent, not-for-profit institution of higher education with a history distinguished by innovation.

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OUf Campuses

Alliant offers students a choice of six California campuses: Fresno, Irvine, Los Angeles, Sacramento, San Diego, and San Francisco. Alliant also includes a Mexico City Campus. Alliant Mexico is not only distinguished by being the only university in Mexico authorized by law to offer all of its programs in English, but also by having all programs accredited by an American accrediting agency. Alliant also runs pioneering programs for psychologists in Tokyo, Japan and attracts professionals from across the US to its program in psychopharmacology.

The Alliant Family of Schools

The Alliant family is composed of four schools that span its multiple campuses:

• the California School of Professional Psychology (CSPP)

8 the Shirley M. Hufstedler School of Education, (HSOE) and

e the Marshall Goldsmith School of Management (MGSM)

• the California School of Forensic Studies (CSFS)

Alliant Undergraduate Education

Undergraduate Education, located at Alliant's San Diego Scripps Ranch campus, offers programs for students in the last two years of their bachelor's degrees. The program has been designed as a fast track to either professional careers or an advanced professional degree, offered in collaboration with Alliant's graduate schools. Amant's Mexico Campus offers four-year undergraduate bachelor's degrees.

Our Educational Alliance

Cooperative Undergraduate Proe:rams: Alliant's Undergraduate

Education also runs cooperative degrees and programs with Ohlone College in the San Francisco Bay Area, with Southwestern Community College and the Sweetwater Union High School District near San Diego.

To ensure that students are ready to enroll after the first two undergrad years, Alliant has has developed "articulation" agreements with 30 community

colleges. The agreements make sure that the courses at Alliant and the community colleges match up and that students don't lose credit with courses that don't count toward CUE enrollment. Alliant has agreements with Mesa College, Grossmont Cuyamaca Community College District and Imperial Valley College in the San Diego area.

Graduate Mana!!ement Programs: Presidio Graduat.e School in San Francisco, offers programs in sustainable management, and is part of Alliant and shares our accreditation.

San Diego Campus Overview

Alliant's Scripps Ranch Campus is a flagship location, with onsite housing, a dining hall, and the Alliant SportCenter. The 60-acre campus lies in Scripps Ranch, a safe, wooded community about 12 miles east of the ocean and 20 minutes from downtown.

Schools located on this campus include: the California School of Professional Psychology (CSPP), the California School of Forensic Studies (CSFS), the Hufstedler School of Education

(HSOE), the Marshall Goldsmith School of Management (MGSM), and Alliant's Undergraduate degree completion programs.

Alliant's diverse student

population reflects the area itself - the campuses welcome about one-third of their students from countries other than the US. The faculty and staff are similarly diverse. Scripps Ranch was the main campus of United States International University (USIU), one of the two universities that combined in 2001 to form Alliant. Reflecting USIU's international mission and history, colorful international flags line the roads and walkways that wind through the 60-acre campus.

Small class sizes, close student-faculty interaction, active student organizations and residence life are some of the defining characteristics of the Scripps Ranch Campus.

Academic Resources

DOVv1l1oad the 2010 Irvine and San Diego Commencement Newsletter!

San Die2:o MFT Consortium

All students benefit from the oncampus academic resources provided by the Academic Support Center, the Walter Library and computer labs. Students also have access to career counseling services, special disability services and counseling and psychological services.

Student Life & Services

The Scripps Ranch Campus cares for students not just academically, but also holistically, offering a WeUness Center and a wealth of student activities. Campus amenities include athletics, a sports center, playing fields, dining facilities and a theater for performing arts.

Housing & Food Service

The Scripps Ranch Campus, Alliant's only residential campus, offers students apartment-style suites with large living areas, a common lounge, swimming pool and on-site laundry. Non-residential students also have access to on-campus food services.

Alliant Scripps Ranch Campus 10455 Pomerado Road

San Diego, CA 92131-1799 (858) 635-4772

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EXHIBIT W8-1

.Michael Hinojosa, Ed.D. Superintendent of Schools

Dallas D

Independent

School District

Office of Professional Responsibility

MEMORANDUM OF TELEPHONE CONVERSATJON

Re:

Susan Walker Employee Number: 32248

Case No:

8171

Date:

July 20, 2010

Time:

10:26 a.m.

Place:

n/a

Persons Present: David Caston, Interviewee Rex Stewart, Inspector

David Caston is the manager of Hands of Paradise, a licensed personal massage company. Caston stated that his company has provided massage services to over 200 schools in the Dallas area over the last three to four years. His company is offering it services to the Human Resources Department of Dallas ISO in the near future and at the Dallas ISO Health Fair inAugust of 2010.

Caston stated that when he and his employees come to a school campus, or any school function, they offer free chair and limited table massages at no cost to Dallas ISD employees. In return, Caston is free to provide information about his massage services to the Dallas ISO employees. The district employees may purchase, on that day, discounted massage packages or gift cards.

Caston said he is not paid by the school employees or anyone else to provide massages at the schools.

This memorandum was prepared by Inspector Rex Stewart from notes made during the interview.

Rex Stewart, Inspector

3700 Ross Ave. Dallas, TX 75204 (972) 925-3700 www.dallasisd.org

Michael Hinojosa, Ed.D. Superintendent of Schools

Dallas D

Independent

School District

Office of Professional Responsibility

3700 Ross Ave. Dahas, TX 75204 (972) 925-3700 www.ctallaslsd.org

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