On another post Anonymous wrote:
Pittsburghers rally to replenish one poor school's library shelves
Pittsburgh Post Gazette
Sheila May-Stein, a Pittsburgh Public Schools rotating librarian, is charged with the task of rebuilding Manchester's dismal library as part of a district-wide change in this year's educational delivery model that calls for each school to have a ...
Is this a relative of David May-Stein, a brand new librarian in Manchester Elem, like Arsenal and Schiller Middles should have been CLOSED due to low enrollment.
This Principal is full of wrong judgments-she does not even have enough of Middle school students to justify this school to a Manchester K-8. Just look at her PSSA numbers.
It is her fault-she made the choice of no librarian.
Getting back to Sheila May-Stein, How did she get this job due to all the furloughs?
Nevertheless, I must give Shelia May-Stein credit with replenishing books. WE as parents feel the school district should be paying out of their tax dollar pockets of to upkeep school libraries.
Just shows it pays to be a relative of a person.
With Perry’s Reading PSSA scores-is library necessary for the whole school?
Let’s be realistic with our tax dollars as finances for relatives to be hired at the Board.