The president of the Classroom Teachers Association wants the Palm Beach County Schools Superintendent to be terminated immediately.
According to a letter from Justin Katz, the union will publicly call for the school board to terminate Dr. Donald Fennoy at Wednesday night's meeting.
Katz writes that teachers "have lost all faith and now have zero confidence that a righting of this rudderless ship is possible without immediate change."
The union claims teachers are not being properly prepared to return to classrooms.
Here is a statement from the school district:
Dr. Fennoy, and the entire administration, are focused on the continued work at hand, reopening campuses as safely as possible and ensuring that students receive excellence in education whether it be through distance learning or in-person instruction.
ESE students were able to return to schools on Wednesday, while the rest of the county's students choosing in-person instruction, will be on campus Monday.
Fennoy was hired in 2018.
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