Wednesday, April 24, 2024

Broomes goes to school


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One piece of the Jeff Broomes puzzle has been solved, but another key aspect remains a mystery.
After weeks of speculation and at least three weeks of sick leave, Broomes reported for duty at Parkinson Memorial Secondary School yesterday morning.
Broomes, who was principal of Alexandra School for ten years, was transferred to Parkinson in a direct switch with principal Orson Alleyne at the beginning of the year.
It was part of a shake-up at the St Peter school that saw close to 40 teachers being transferred to and from Alexandra School.
The big question of whether Broomes will challenge his transfer in a court of law remains unanswered.  
He sidestepped the question during an exclusive interview in his new office yesterday morning with the DAILY NATION.
“The lawyers are dealing with that. The lawyers will do their thing. I will get on with my professional thing, while the lawyers deal with their legal thing. I don’t get into things like that,” Broomes stated.


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