Interview with Les Campbell
QUESTION 29
INTERVIEWER:

OK, the ten teachers that were reinstated. You said some of the teachers made their lives miserable. Could you describe, what, what, what do you mean specifically? What happened?

LES CAMPBELL:

Well, our feeling was that these teachers were not wanted by the community and that we should do everything to let them know that the community no longer wanted their services. And that, if that meant that when we were walking down the halls we had to let them know then that the were know longer wanted, we did that. Or when they came in the lunch room, ah, and were eating their lunch. If we had to let them know that they were no longer wanted then, we did that. Or when they were punching out at the time clocks, if we had to let them know then, we did that. So we just let them know at all opportunities that they were no longer wanted in this school by this community.