This is the third in a series of letters written to Superintendent Joshua Starr, MCPS and Montgomery County officials over the last 15 months concerning the many arrests of MCPS staff, substitutes and contractors on charges of sexually abusing MCPS students.
Cc: Andrew_Zuckerman@mcpsmd.org; Roland_Ikheloa@mcpsmd.org; email@example.com; Peter_Park@mcpsmd.org
Date: Monday, February 10, 2014 5:07 PM
Good Afternoon Dr. Starr,
For the past five months I have been trying to get a response from you regarding the sexual abuse of MCPS students by MCPS staff. In case you did not have a chance to read my letters, I am attaching them here for your review.
In response to two years of arrests of 12 adults for the sexual abuse of children and adults (who worked in 40 different MCPS schools), your response has been silence.
Today, I got an email from the school system which announced the creation of your new Cybercivility Task Force. I find it perplexing that in response to one day of tweets by students to you, your response over the past several weeks has been mulitifold. You have written an open letter to all parents, given media interviews and now you have begun formation of a task force to address the issue.
Dr. Starr, don't our children who are being abused deserve at least the same attention, response and action you do when you are faced with things you find inappropriate and threatening?
As with my past outreach attempts, I await your response.