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Many of my lawyer colleagues at Walsh Gallegos are now serving also as homeschool teachers. A number of interesting questions have arisen that we are discussing via email and our Zoom meetings.
Joey Moore is hoping that she will get TRS credit for her service as a teacher.
Eric Rodriguez reports that he had to invoke Chapter 37 to assign two students (that being the entire student body) to the DAEP. At the Rodriguez School, the DAEP is a toolshed in the backyard, which is hardly a proper educational environment. Thus one of the Rodriguez boys asked Evelyn Howard-Hand to represent the students in legal proceedings against their father, who is teacher, principal, superintendent, and school board in one. Ms. HH declined to represent the boys, citing a possible conflict of interest.
Meanwhile, the Dawg has heard that a number of Walsh Gallegos “teachers” are suspected of drinking on the job. Investigations are pending.
Meredith Walker was proud to report that one of her children was elected Class President.
DAWG BONE: CARRYING ON DURING THE CORONAVIRUS.
Tomorrow: some advice from TEA on your romantic life.