Thursday, April 21, 2011


I found Natalie Munroe's blog. She is the teacher that was suspended because of her blog. If you are a teacher and want to show your support, go on over and tell her you are following her now. She just had a new baby and needs all the support we can give her.

I checked out our policy on Social Networking in our employee handbook and this is what it says:
“Social networking” includes all types of postings on the Internet, including, but not limited to, social networking sites, (such as Facebook, MySpace or LinkedIn); blogs and other on-line journals and diaries; bulletin boards and chat rooms; microblogging, such as Twitter; and the posting of video on YouTube and similar media. Employees need to be mindful of their internet website postings even if done off duty and off District property. Do not engage in social networking during the duty day. Do not disclose personal or contact information, or post photographs of employees without their permission. Never post a photograph and/or information about an APS student. Employees who violate this Policy may be subject to the APS Progressive Discipline Process."
It is ridiculous what she has had to go through and that she even had to take the other blog down. I am now a follower and I am anxious to find out what the final outcome of her case will be.

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