It was confirmed to me that Principal Martin Floe was fired (not RIFed).
Some staff were worried this might happen (based on visits by the Ex Director, Bree Dusseault).
Today, the staff passed, unanimously, a resolution of confidence in Martin Floe's leadership.
Principal Floe is appealing this decision, declining to resign. The resolution:
Whereas Martin Floe is a highly respected principal who has built Ingraham into a cohesive, caring and academically challenging high school;
Whereas he sets clear policy direction for an achievement-oriented school;
Whereas he maintains a balanced and holistic vision for the school;
Whereas he maintains a safe and secure learning environment in which students and staff can work without distraction;
Whereas he maintains an open-door policy for all members of the Ingraham community, including staff, students, alumni, and parents;
Whereas he is marked by his excellent listening skills and positive attitude;
Whereas he ensures that staff receives all the support and materials needed to bring
quality instruction to Ingraham’s students;
Whereas he supports staff in their care of students and encourages a collaborative approach in improving classroom instruction;
Whereas he maintains positive and productive relationships with the Ingraham parent community;
Whereas he has recruited and retained an award-winning staff that has gained the respect and gratitude of students and parents alike;
Whereas he has demonstrated a long record of fostering the development of the International Baccalaureate program;
Whereas he has fostered confidence in staff and in the parent community that the new APP Program will achieve success at Ingraham High School;
Whereas he is much beloved as an educator, leader, and colleague;
Be it therefore resolved that the staff of Ingraham High School expresses its confidence in the leadership of Principal Martin Floe.