• Petitioned Florence Carlton School District Board of Trustees

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Florence Carlton School District, Board of Trustees, Ravalli County, Montana
Florence Carlton School District Board of Trustees
Florence Carlton School District Trustees
Pat Appleby, Vicki Cornish, Dorothy Rhodes, Melvin Finlay, Colby Reynolds

Remove Superintendent John C. McGee: Florence Carlton School District Board of Trustees, Ravalli County, Montana:

    1. Petition by

      Florence Carlton Advocates for Better Education

The purpose of this Petition is a Public call to terminate John C. McGee as Superintendent of the Florence Carlton School District for his admitted Plagiarism.

Superintendent John C. McGee, as of 2/8/2013, has openly admitted to only one of the two clear cut cases of Plagiarism.

Please follow this link with his admission of guilt: http://florencecarltonadvocatesforbettereducation.wordpress.com/2013/02/19/florence-carlton-how-many-plagiarized-articles-does-it-take-for-a-superintendent-to-resign-too-many/

To the Parents, Students and Taxpayers of the Florence Carlton School district:

1. By signing this petition you agree that Plagiarism is cheating, lying and stealing.


2. By signing this petition you agree that John C. McGee, Superintendent of the Florence School District should immediately resign or be removed from his position due to the fact that our Elected Officials, Trustees, have failed to hold him accountable in a way that represents the moral integrity of our Community.


3.  By signing this petition you also agree that the Florence Carlton School Board should hold an Open Public Meeting addressing the issues stated above with adequate Public Invitation to the Meeting.

Recent signatures

    News

    1. Letter of Reprimand

      Part of the Board of Trustees decision on March 18, 2013 was to have an Official Letter of Reprimand placed in Superintendent McGee's permanent records. This letter has not yet been made available to the Public.

    2. Reached 100 signatures
    3. 3rd Strike for Mcgee: More Plagiarism Discovered

      He has done it again. Let's double our efforts to share this petition! Read more here: http://florencecarltonreview.wordpress.com/2013/02/15/3rd-strike-for-superintendent-john-c-mcgee-in-plagiarism-debacle/

      3rd Strike for Superintendent John C. McGee in Plagiarism Debacle

      FLORENCE, MT - Superintendent John C. McGee seems to have a bad habit of borrowing other people's work without their permission and then forgetting to give the author of "his" work the proper credit, also known as Plagiarism. Anonymous community members have discovered more plagiarism by Superintendent McGee.

    4. Reached 50 signatures

    Supporters

    Reasons for signing

    • Shari Parker LOLO, MT
      • over 1 year ago

      I have a Grandson that goes to school at Florence High School.

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    • Marcia Prather FLORENCE, MT
      • over 1 year ago

      We need to hold our educators to at least as high of standards as we hold students to. Otherwise what message are we sending to our students?

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    • Clare Fitzgerald FLORENCE, CHINA
      • over 1 year ago

      I'm a Florence resident, but I currently work in China. Americans are constantly criticizing the Chinese for plagiarism. I am appalled and outraged that this problem seems to be condoned in the American education system. What an embarrassment for Florence, for Montana! The school district needs to realize that plagiarism should not be tolerated!

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    • Rod Israel FLORENCE, MT
      • over 1 year ago

      I am teaching college students, and I constantly have to keep an eye out for plagiarizing students. Their punishment is failure, His punishment is a new contract? Something isn't right about that.

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    • Justin Smith LINCOLN, MT
      • over 1 year ago

      Class of 1993, I want my kids to have better

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