Monday, October 17, 2011

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ACACIA AMEEL CLEARED

Acacia Ameel has been cleared of all wrongdoing, but denied her job at Veteran's Memorial.  This highly acclaimed principal has been assigned as an assistant in the media department - this means making copies for BISD.

I hope what her husband said about her is true.  If it is she needs to get on a plane to Houston or Dallas and hire a top notch First Amendment lawyer.  In First Amendment cases none of the Administrative Procedure Acts or Education Code bar an immediate lawsuit.  I hope she fights and fights hard.  It is for the students Acacia.

It am being told at a meeting which included VMHS students Carl Montoya denied the claim that BISD administrators were dispatch to VMHS to interrogate the students.  He is claiming these administrators acted on their own without Board or Administration approval.  Okay Carl - we believe you - so why have they not been suspended pending an investigation?  Answer - you are a liar.

13 comments:

save bisd said...

They should begin an immediate investigation into anyone who questioned the students. And since "suspended with pay pending further investigation" seems to be the hallmark of this new super, let's get it done.

Can you imagine what would happen if they were to contradict what main office said happened?

Sometimes the song of canaries singing can be so wonderful.

Anonymous said...

I don't know where the information came from is there an article somewhere. What did her husband say. As for assistant in the media department that is another person being put in a position that is not on the compensation schedule. This will be a good reason to no renew her contract next year.

Anonymous said...

Mrs. Ameel is a true professional and was wronged and embarrassed before her faculty, staff, students and parents, as well as the community. I personally recommend that she get Larry Watts from Houston as her lawyer and she will never have to work another day in what has become a cesspool-BISD. Montoya and all the so called board members should not be surprised if they are hit with another suit. Y que comienze con la Cati. Acacia did well in telling them to shove it!

BobbyWC said...

Down the chain in the post CPG and Montoay say No as person claiming to be her husband posted the following

"I have watched the BISD board ‘novela’ with tempered amusement since the old guard was shuffled around and a couple of unqualified individuals of questionable character were ‘elected’ to continue steering the Brownsville schools in the proper direction – after all, BISD was finally making strides under the direction of Brett Springston (strong moral character and no ties to the Valley – ergo, he could not be ‘bought’), Susan Fox (a woman of strong moral conviction, educational experience second-to-none and a champion of fairness) and a handful of others – specifically: Acacia Ameel. I have known Acacia Ameel for 28 years. I met Acacia in college (University of St. Thomas, Houston) in 1983. While I was a ship without a rudder, Acacia came to my attention through her sense of purpose. She excelled in her classes, she was popular and she never had a bad word to say about anyone – my complete opposite. She has always sided with the ‘underdog’ and has an affinity for winning good people over. Acacia is a ‘real’ person – what you see is what you get. She has never partaken of politics, she avoids gossip like the plague and she does her job with sincerity and gusto. Acacia moved back to Brownsville in 1986 with the goal of improving the image of Brownsville. She found her calling in education – not the most glamorous or high-profile career one could choose - quite in keeping with her character. As she started teaching, she became more secure than ever – she would not allow any child under her care to ‘fail’. She gained the respect of her bosses, her peers and, most importantly, her students. Acacia continued on to earn her Masters’ degree in education while teaching and was quickly recognized for her genuine nature, her dedication to the students and her infallible character. She has never requested assistance and has worked her way up the proverbial ladder the old-fashioned way. She has passed the Superintendence exam and she will undoubtedly make a stellar Superintendent somewhere – I have urged her to consider moving – to no avail. Over the years, Acacia Ameel has been offered numerous positions (most were higher paid and higher-profile) but she remained dedicated to the children of Brownsville – typical. An individual of higher integrity, you would be hard-pressed to find. I know this for a fact. She thrives on challenges. As a rudderless youngster with a shady past (records expunged – diplomatic immunity), Acacia considered me a challenge – and she was right. Regardless, she never gave up and succeeded where others had failed – typical. Who am I? I am her proud husband – 23 years sober and still cannot hold a candle to her character. She is ‘woman’. Despite, again, being offered a lucrative position outside of the Valley, Acacia remains steadfast in Brownsville and the future of its children. Leave her alone, get a life and let her do her job. In an insecure world, nothing is more refreshing than a secure person…… "

BobbyWC said...

Down the chain in the post CPG and Montoay say No as person claiming to be her husband posted the following

"I have watched the BISD board ‘novela’ with tempered amusement since the old guard was shuffled around and a couple of unqualified individuals of questionable character were ‘elected’ to continue steering the Brownsville schools in the proper direction – after all, BISD was finally making strides under the direction of Brett Springston (strong moral character and no ties to the Valley – ergo, he could not be ‘bought’), Susan Fox (a woman of strong moral conviction, educational experience second-to-none and a champion of fairness) and a handful of others – specifically: Acacia Ameel. I have known Acacia Ameel for 28 years. I met Acacia in college (University of St. Thomas, Houston) in 1983. While I was a ship without a rudder, Acacia came to my attention through her sense of purpose. She excelled in her classes, she was popular and she never had a bad word to say about anyone – my complete opposite. She has always sided with the ‘underdog’ and has an affinity for winning good people over. Acacia is a ‘real’ person – what you see is what you get. She has never partaken of politics, she avoids gossip like the plague and she does her job with sincerity and gusto. Acacia moved back to Brownsville in 1986 with the goal of improving the image of Brownsville. She found her calling in education – not the most glamorous or high-profile career one could choose - quite in keeping with her character. As she started teaching, she became more secure than ever – she would not allow any child under her care to ‘fail’. She gained the respect of her bosses, her peers and, most importantly, her students. Acacia continued on to earn her Masters’ degree in education while teaching and was quickly recognized for her genuine nature, her dedication to the students and her infallible character. She has never requested assistance and has worked her way up the proverbial ladder the old-fashioned way. She has passed the Superintendence exam and she will undoubtedly make a stellar Superintendent somewhere – I have urged her to consider moving – to no avail. Over the years, Acacia Ameel has been offered numerous positions (most were higher paid and higher-profile) but she remained dedicated to the children of Brownsville – typical. An individual of higher integrity, you would be hard-pressed to find. I know this for a fact. She thrives on challenges. As a rudderless youngster with a shady past (records expunged – diplomatic immunity), Acacia considered me a challenge – and she was right. Regardless, she never gave up and succeeded where others had failed – typical. Who am I? I am her proud husband – 23 years sober and still cannot hold a candle to her character. She is ‘woman’. Despite, again, being offered a lucrative position outside of the Valley, Acacia remains steadfast in Brownsville and the future of its children. Leave her alone, get a life and let her do her job. In an insecure world, nothing is more refreshing than a secure person…… "

Anonymous said...

If Tonto Montoya is telling the truth about the actions of Hernandez and Lopez, then as their boss should fire them for insubordination and better still, he also needs to be removed. What evidience did he use to remove Acacia from her job. I bet Caty had something to do with it.

Anonymous said...

That you I did not go back to look for it I usually do but tonight but should of.

Anonymous said...

Of course CPG had something to do with removing Ms. Ameel. Wasn't CPG voted onto the Board? Possibly the next election things should change...

Anonymous said...

Of course Cata had something to do with it. Same story as what happened to K. Trevino at Cummings. If Cata doesn't like you, she removes you, and creates lies about you to tarnish your reputation. Good thing nobody believes her lies.

Anonymous said...

I am sooo happy that Mrs. Ameel has been vindicated because she is the nicest person anyone could meet. Her focus has ALWAYS been about ALL our students and she remains true to our community.
Liar C. Montoya should be ashamed of himself as all the other viejas chismosas who interrogated those students without parental consent.
SHAME ON YOU WHO HAVE NEVER ACCOMPLISHED ANYTHING IN YOUR LIVES AND ARE JEALOUS OF THOSE WHO ARE LOVED LIKE MRS.AMEEL.


GOD BLESS YOU MRS. AMEEL Y NO SE DEJE DE GENTES RIONOSAS.

BobbyWC said...

I cannot publish your comment without proof - it is a serious accusation and without proof I will not publish it.

This is part of the problem with anony posts

Bobby WC

Anonymous said...

I will bet that many people associated wiyh BISD were very mean to Mrs.Ameel while she was on suspension because many of them are part of a rat pack full of venom and evil.
Well now they are going to pretend to be on her side because this is the way they have been conditioned to act and think.
Mrs.Ameel will now know who her REAL friends are and who is jeolous of her.
Good luck Mrs. Ameel and God bless you always.

A TRUE FRIEND. :)

Anonymous said...

Happy to heard that Mrs. Ameel is back at work. God Bless You My Friend. May the Good Lord continue to watch over you and your family. And the city of brownsville said "Amen!".