Clayton County Schools welcomed
Jesus Christ John W. Thompson, the new superintendent, today on his first day working for the children. Did he schedule any urgent meetings? Did he immediately demand a meeting with the School Board? No. He spent the day touring some of the schools, talking with students and not getting anything done.
“It’s inspiring to me to see little babies concerned. I look at their eyes and they are looking for me to be their savior,” Thompson said. “It let’s me know my wife and I made the right decision [to come to Clayton].”
Plus, we have learned that Jehovah, per the Most Wonderful Contract In The World, is also allowed to bring in his own senior aide who can help suck as much money out of the budget as possible and into their own pockets.
Thompson was joined by several staff members and consultant Judith Simmons, who was executive director of elementary schools with the Pittsburgh School district when Thompson was Pittsburgh’s superintendent. Thompson said Simmons, who has lived in the Metro Atlanta area for two years, will work as a consultant and may interview for a staff position.
Well done, Clayton County! One more day towards your accreditation deadline has passed and nothing was done.