The Educator charged with Predatory behavior-Eduardo Genao
The Board President-Rich Wareing
The "I knew nothing" Superintendent-Beth Schiavino-Narvaez
The busy , hectic day no time to respond Chief of Staff-Gislaine Ngoudou
The march will precede the public comment session for the Council meeting, where anyone can sign up and speak.Hopefully, parents, students, educators and Hartford residents will show up to voice their concerns on how the Eduardo Genao alleged criminal behavior was handled and the lack of accountability by Board of Education personnel.
As of this time there still does not to appear to be any discipline or even reprimands for the mishandling of the matter by the Superintendent and her Chief of Staff Gislaine Ngoudou. The BOE still appears to be in bunker mode to avoid releasing relevant information which would show who knew what and when they knew it.
The elected and appointed members of the Board of Education have it within their power to open the doors on this mess and set a strong tone of accountability. Your voices will help to let them know we will not go away on this matter until it is handled properly. Handled to protect every child that trusts and relies on adults at the Hartford Schools to keep them safe.
Rich Wareing and others have done a lot for the Hartford Schools, but leadership calls on them to also take a stand on difficult issues when called upon. I don't think there is any issue more difficult than an adult preying on students, and Rich Wareing needs to put the politics aside and focus on the children. This calls upon his leadership to guide the Board through appropriate actions. Covering the issue through silence is not an appropriate action.
Again, Monday 4:30PM to join the March at 960 Main Street, march south on Main Street to City Hall, 6:00PM , Public comment session at Hartford City Hall. Make your voices heard for the children, PLEASE