RESIGN NOW from St. Tammany Parish School Board Sharon Lo Drucker!!

RESIGN NOW from St. Tammany Parish School Board Sharon Lo Drucker!!

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Cynthia Rester started this petition to Superintendent St. Tammany Parish School Board and

If you Pay Taxes in St. Tammany this affects YOU and the Children of St. Tammany!

Our Elected School Board members should Maintain the highest of Ethical Standards, they are in charge of our most precious asset....Children!

On July 6, 2018, Sharon Lo Drucker received a summons in lieu of arrest for an alleged shoplifting incident at Walmart. Ms Drucker did not notify anyone at St. Tammany Parish School System nor the School Board according to a statement by  then Board President Robin Mullet. Ms. Drucker still qualified for the School Board race just days later between July 18-20, 2018.

This news was withheld from the public until October 11, 2018. Ms. Drucker to date still has not put out any statement of any kind. Her first hearing date was conveniently after the election.

Yesterday, January 7, 2019  from St. Tammany Parish DA Warren Montgomery - A St. Tammany Parish School Board member cited with shoplifting last year has been placed in a court diversion program and the criminal charge put on hold, Sharon Lo Drucker, 53, of Madisonville, was placed in the 12-month program in December and the misdemeanor charge of theft under $1,000 will be dismissed if she completes the program, Montgomery said. Ms. Drucker accepted this offer from the DAs office.

Is this truly the type of person St. Tammany residents want sitting on a board that presides over our school system?? 

Is this the example we want children to have in our School System??

This is a very sad, sad and embarrassing position for ALL St. Tammany Parish residents!

We urge the St. Tammany Parish School Board and Administration stand up for our Children! Demand that Ms. Drucker RESIGN NOW!

 

 

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