Wednesday, April 29, 2009

GBN Newsflash: DOE Implements Swine Flu Contingency Plan

April 29, 2009 (GBN News): Determined not to let the Swine Flu crisis “go to waste”, Schools Chancellor Joel Klein is said to be implementing a new contingency plan for the city schools. According to GBN News sources, the Chancellor has decided that any school reporting children with “flu-like symptoms” will be immediately closed. The building will then, “out of an abundance of caution”, be scrubbed and sanitized, and will reopen the following week as a charter school.

GBN News will have further details if they become available.


Anonymous said...

ha ha

better yet, lets just let a bunch of tired teachers in sweatpants run the place. who would want a charter with eager, smart, organized, dedicated teachers when they could have folks halfway home by 3:07?

get a clue, the UFT has failed poor kids for decades...bring on the charters.

Anonymous said...

Actually it is not the teachers who have failed. Put a teacher in an impossible situation and the results are what they are.
It is the parents and the communities that have no history of academic achievment that are to blame.
But let's blame the teachers because its easy and politically correct.

Anonymous said...

They just did this in our Williamsburg area!

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