Let Mrs Sabouni Stay!

Let Mrs Sabouni Stay!

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8 Girls AFC Campbelltown started this petition to Mr Khan (Head of Al-Faisal-College)

Mrs Rhonda Sabouni is the teacher who has changed Al-Faisal-College of Campbelltown the most. The school had no proper sporting equipment or activities but she, an experienced health teacher, has allowed the students to engage in sports not only because of the curriculum but by inspiring the students for the future and teaching them life lessons. She sacrificed her own time and money so that she could build a better future for the students. She’s also a woman of great moral and ethics and she shares her wisdom with everyone.

On Friday, 6th December 2019, she had been fired from the school with no explanation or proper justification. She was informed suddenly with no direct contact or face-to-face meeting which left no time for a proper goodbye with the students. This injustice has upset the entire student body of Al-Faisal-College Campbelltown. She always gives advice to students like they’re her own and she always remains positive and energetic despite the amount of workload she endures. Many primary students looked forward to entering high school because they hear about how great she is. Mrs Sabouni has taught the students that even though they are a small school they should always be connected like a family. So we, students of Al-Faisal-College have made this petition to ask the board to reconsider their decision.

We would like to make it clear that this is not an attack but simply an approach to the Head Of Colleges and the respected directors of Al-Faisal-College to review their decision because we truly believe Mrs Sabouni can make a positive change to the school as she has many bright and innovative ideas yet to bring into the school. We all just want what is best for the school.

We need your help to achieve this and get this noticed. Please help us solve this problem. Sign the petition now! #SaveSabouni

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