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The parents and teachers of this community have lost all faith and trust in Superintendent Grant. We question his morals and ethics. We are disgusted that instead of beginning the necessary procedures to fire a teacher charged with child abuse, he thought it was okay to place her into another classroom to work with children with special needs. He failed to do his job of caring for the safety and well-being of our children. He failed us, and failed our kids. While we appreciate his apologies to us and his promises to seek new policies and procedures, they are empty words after a lack of action. Too little, too late. We believe that by removing him from his position, we can then rebuild trust that the Brentwood Union School District has the best interest of our children as their main focus.

If you agree that the Superintendent of a school district should not place a convicted child abuser back into a classroom to teach children with special needs, please take a minute to sign our petition. Help us take our emotions of disgust, disappointment, frustration and concern and turn them towards making a change.

Letter to
BUSD Board of Education Brentwood Union School District Board of Brentwood, CA
BUSD Board of Education Brentwood Union School District Board of Brentwood, CA
BUSD Board of Education Brentwood Union School District Board of Brentwood, CA
and 2 others
BUSD Board of Education Brentwood Union School District Board of Brentwood, CA
BUSD Board of Education Brentwood Union School District Board of Brentwood, CA
BUSD Superintendent M. Grant should be relieved from his office immediately!

The parents and teachers of this community have lost all faith and trust in Superintendent Grant. We question his morals and ethics. We are disgusted that instead of beginning the necessary procedures to fire a teacher charged with child abuse, he thought it was better to place her into another classroom to work with children with special needs. He failed to do his job of caring for the safety and well-being of my child. Grant failed us and failed our children. While we appreciate his apologies to the community and his promises to seek new policies and procedures, they are empty words after hiding D. Holder at another school. We believe that by removing him from his position, our town can then rebuild trust in the Brentwood Union School District Board of Education.

We agree that the Superintendent of a school district should not place a convicted child abuser back into a classroom under any circumstances. Put our children's safety first!