Media reports say that around 50 parents resumed the battle against the no-zero policy last night.
While it is too late to save Lynden Dorval's job at Ross Sheppard High School, parents want teachers to be allowed to do what they need to motivate their students.
Sue Huff, co-chair of the Ross Sheppard school council, tells 630 CHED News the school is looking to move forward, “we really want to get the emphasis back on what an excellent school it is. It’s had a long history of excellence and we really want to return the reputation and rebuild the community.”
Parents drafted a number of recommendations for the new principal who started last week.
There is no word yet on whether the policy at the school will be changed. (tk)