I want to preface this letter by saying, I didn’t want to do this. I mean, write this letter. I wanted to believe that the kinks would somehow work themselves out. I can’t seem to shake the disappointment that is gripping me.
First and foremost, I want to once again take this opportunity to congratulate each of you, the graduating class of 2020. This was undoubtedly one of the most challenging school year we have ever faced.
The essence of my fight for at least the past 12 years has been the illegal underfunding of our school district by the state of New Jersey. This isn’t a jab to the current governor Phil Murphy. He wasn’t here when it all began. I’m sure he knows about it.
One of the toughest parts of being a leader is coming to the realization that something is over and learning how to develop new plans.
First, I want to send a special prayer out to all our residents who are currently dealing with this terrible virus. I want to send a special prayer out to Paterson mayor Andre Sayegh; I am delighted to hear that Dr. James Pruden has been released from the hospital and is on his way to…
I am writing this letter to express my deep appreciation to the people of Atlanta, Georgia for showing me such hospitality warmth and kindness during my visit here.
The purpose of this letter is to inform the community about a historic moment in Paterson. Paterson’s John F. Kennedy Educational Complex became the very first high school in the entire state of New Jersey to receive the distinct designation of being a full-service community high school.