Help Mr. Musto!

Help Mr. Musto!

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Mira Meek started this petition to Keisha Boggan and

Recently, the Thomas Jefferson Middle School’s 7th grade Penguins team History teacher, Michael Musto, was video and audio recorded by two individuals with out permission. Previously, several students had been uncomfortable with his teaching method in which he used phrases that were used in the decades that he had been teaching about. One of these phrases was a name used in the later 1800s on signs and was spoken quite frequently. Note that Musto had not been using these words to describe students at all. Rather to say so that they would understand what was going on in that time period. On Monday of this week was the day in which everything started. From my sources, I’ve heard that two students were responsible for recording Musto and reporting him to the principal of TJMS, Keisha Boggan. On Wednesday, Oct 2nd, his students had to start reading the APS History guideline packet. Barely getting through the second page due to time spent on carefully reading and working on it. We had never done time consuming packets like that before. For the past month of school, there was not a second of that class where we hadn’t learned something new or stopped smiling. Every single minute was used in that class to grow and look back into history, to see what exactly happened on 9/11, what exactly happened in the 1860s, what exactly equal but separate meant. Now, our precious time to learn and grow is being taken up by stupid packets with information that we could learn in such an inspiring way. So please, take into consideration the curious and insightful minds of the 7th grade Penguins team, and sign the petition against the decisions of the Thomas Jefferson Middle School Principal, Keisha Boggan, 7th grade Vice Principal, Diana Jordan, and Social Studies Supervisor, Kerri Hirsch. Thank you.

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