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El Paso High Principal Gets Reassigned


POSTED: Wednesday, July 27, 2011 - 6:37pm

UPDATED: Friday, July 29, 2011 - 7:38am

EL PASO - Just weeks before the first day of school, El Paso High is looking for a new principal.

EPISD board members voted unanimously last night, to remove Luis Liano as the school's principal. The move comes after many students and staff complained about Liano's leadership.

EPISD spokeswoman Renee DeSantos, said Liano will be reassigned within the district, but his new role has not been determined.

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cont. to fire a police officer or a teacher for performance issues. Educators and police officers once they are vested have it on easy street. Try this in the Private Sector, and see how long you will last, not meeting company goals, and botton line. Shame on EPISD, you are top heavy at all levels with inconpetents and non performers that can not cut it in the real business world.

There are two things wrong with whole escapade.
1.This puts the principals on the firing radar from now on for friviolous student/staff complaints (if EPISD is transparant, let the tax payers know the why and whens) let the truth be told to us that pay your salaries.
2.If in fact Mr Liano deserved to get fired, why reassign him to a conveniant "open" position, instead of getting rid of him.
this just goes to show you that in Texas, it is near impossible to fire a educator or a policeperson.

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