Principal of a high school in Stockton. california Create a buzz on Thursday when he didn’t seem to get into the script during his school’s graduation speech.
Former Stagg High School Principal Ben Nakamura is reportedly aware that he won’t be returning to school next year. He served for a year and was voted on by the school board. The Stockton Record reported that Nakamura told students he had been voted out of school early in the week by the school board with a score of 4-3.
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The document stated that It is unclear why he was voted out. and also received support from parents and some students. He told the graduate that he was fired because he loved the school and the community.
“I̵7;m here to serve you, to love you, to be with you,” he said. He told students that working at school attracted him after he saw the fight going on there and made headlines. He tells the students that he loves the work they do there and encourages them to do their best. He also used his life’s struggles as an example of perseverance.
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“I want to tell the children why i left So they’ll know I’m not leaving them. I didn’t turn my back on them,” he told The Record.
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Stockton Unified School District spokeswoman Melinda Meza told Fox 40 that it was unfortunate that Nakamura “choseed the platform for his own frustration” at one point during his speech. He said successful people “Will do whatever it takes to trample others. and pull them down to climb to the top.” He said those people did not deserve respect.
Mesa said he was taken away. and he gave the key
“There are strict COVID-19 guidelines, so no director-general is allowed to give a speech,” Meza said, according to the report. She told Fox News by email, one mother said. “My son is working hard during the coronavirus and wants today to be about him and his fellow students, not HR and drama.”
Parent Sofia Colon tells Fox 40 that students love their principal.
“That statement tells me how honest this headmaster is with his students. Tell students that you are mentoring your brothers and sisters. He tells us where he came from. how reliable how sensitive That’s my order: Don’t be a salesperson telling the truth,” she said.