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Carlos Ponce

In the absence of a principal the assistant principal is experienced and can step in until the board hires one. Other district administrators can step in and help if needed. With the start of the 2014-2015 school year drawing near finding another "perfect candidate" may be difficult.

PD Hyatt

LMISD got in trouble with the TEA because they had their Sup. doing to many jobs and not paying enough attention to the job that she was hired to do. HISD is not doing that much better than LMISD from reading the paper, so why would they try to do what LMISD was told NOT to do. I agree with Mr. Ponce that they should move the ass. prinicipal into the job until they can find this so called "perfect' principal that can deal with the problems that HISD has.

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