OK, What do you think about THIS Superintendent?

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<p>The idea was fine IMO, but the setting IS a little disturbing.</p>

<p>My opinion: Silly, harmless, not worthy of a local brouha let alone national news attention.</p>

<p>I think that:</p>

<p>1.) He'd fit right in with our district ;) !!
2.) The photo didn't appear in a school-sponsored publication (and personally, I wouldn't care if it DID as it reflects a <em>POSITIVE</em> action, not a negative or damaging one)
4.) It's for a good, productive cause
5.) That's man's got a great sense of humor, the ability to laugh at himself, and enough of an altruistic spirit to do something embarrassing for a good cause--how AWESOME is <em>THAT</em>????
6.) No one was forced to buy it</p>

<p>so...yeah, it's cool! :) :) :) :) :)</p>


<p>He could only do that out there in the middle of nowhere.It would not fly in our school district.He would be put out on his ear.</p>

<p>These calendars were all inspired by the one put out one year by a bunch of silver-haired prim and proper British ladies (and I use this word deliberately). Everyone thought it was a great fund-raising ploy and very sweet of these ladies to do. I'm with Berurah.</p>

<p>I agree with M and B. Should we have a CC Mom calender? We could have all sorts of important college deadlines highlighted, along with all the incredibly attractive CC mother photos. Total winner. I'll do it if they will.</p>


<p>Don't you want Cpt. Jack Sparrow, he who looks like Johnny Depp, on it? ;)</p>

<p>Now you're getting too kinky for me.</p>


Count ME in!!!!!!!!!! BUT....can I submit the pic of me in a belly dancing outfit when I was 24????????? We could even make it interesting with a "match the photo to the username" game! :D ~berurah</p>

<p>I don't think there is anything wrong with his photo per se. It's just that it is undignified and our school district is rather stuck on presenting oneself in a professional manner. I don't think it is, shameful, not at all. Just our school district is very image oriented. A few years ago a superintendent got into terrible trouble for using district funds to buy a Samarai collection and it has been a long battle back to gain taxpayers confidence.Don't think our consevative school board would like anything controversial at all.</p>

<p>I'd buy a CC Moms calendar.</p>

<p>Well I know in our school district THE most important thing kids can do is HELP THE COMMUNITY. Doesn't matter if they can read or spell, as long as they are out there HELPING. In this regard, this super is certainly the perfect role model in teaching his kids the #1 priority of our schools. Not surprised at all.</p>

<p>the calenders are gonna be sold so fast. </p>

<p>There is no such thing as bad publicity.</p>

<p>Maybe all the "moms" are really a bunch of hairy pedophiles.</p>

<p>The internet is weird that way.</p>

<p>I know, right?</p>

<p>I'd buy a CC Moms calendar.</p>

<p>get some shots at our nekkid party</p>

<p>I have no problem with the calendar. Everything is covered and sounds like it's for a good cause. I personally like it when people in administration do something somewhat off the wall and risky because it makes life interesting. Administratos are usually so worried about being sued that I've found they bend over backwards to be politically correct all the time.</p>

<p>Intended in good fun and all for a good cause. But it doesn't take too much foresight to anticipate that some constituents will find the picture inappropriate for the person who's the public . . . uh, face . . . of their schools. Being a public servant makes a superintendent different from the insurance guy who was Mr. July.</p>