Parents questioned Upper Dublin School District Superintendent Michael Pladus, Sandy Run Middle School Prinicpal Denise Falconi on St. Mary's and their students on Tuesday night.
Wednesday, May 9, 2012
To an auditorium full of parents on Tuesday night, Superintendent Michael Pladus and Sandy Run Middle School Principal Dr. Denise Falconi said the school is a safe place for kids to learn.
To a standing room only crowd of parents, Superintendent Michael Pladus, Sandy Run Middle School Principal Dr. Denise Falconi, and representatives from St. Mary’s met Tuesday night to discuss the recent incidents at the middle school. The Students Pladus told parents that students from St. Mary’s have been attending Upper Dublin schools for many years. Currently, St. Mary’s has 90 students in their care, and approximately 30 of those students attend classes at Upper Dublin schools. There are 22 students at the high school and between 8 and 13 at the middle school. At the middle school, some placement decisions are being made, and there may be closer to eight by the end of the school year. He added that at the high school, there have been a…