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Bullock named interim superintendent

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MEGAN GRAY

The Ellis County Press

MIDLOTHIAN – Robin Bullock, working for Midlothian Independent School District since 2000, was named the interim superintendent by the board of trustees during a special called meeting on Monday, Nov. 30.

J.D. Kennedy, acting superintendent, gave his letter of resignation to the board during the same meeting.

"It is a mixture of emotions that I request board approval of my resignation as superintendent of schools for Midlothian ISD effective Dec. 31, 2009," stated Kennedy.

Kennedy is the lone finalist for McKinney ISD’s superintendent position effective Jan. 1.

"If contract negotiations with McKinney ISD fail, then this resignation request will be null and void and the current contract with Midlothian ISD will continue to remain in effect," stated Kennedy in his letter to the board.

Bullock received her Masters of Science in Secondary Education from Troy State University in Alabama, earned Educational Administration certification and Superintendent certification through The University of Texas at Arlington and received a Bachelor of Arts in Secondary English Education from Northwestern State University in Louisiana.

The school board is currently in the process of hiring a superintendent search firm to assist in hiring a new superintendent.


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Bingo Daddy 09/20/2012 00:17:10
Robin Bullock is a snake and a half. She is currently involved in a lawsuit involving an African-American school bus driver, whom was wrongfully terminated in 2010. Only being interim superintendent for just a few months, she signed off on the 11 year experienced school bus driver's termination, which was originally drawn up by Deanna Cannon, Transportation Coordinator. The district gave that poor school bus driver six different reasons at six different times for his firing. They probably figured the bus driver wasn't going to do anything, as his termination was planned two months in advance with the help of Dr. Bigbee. Little did they know, this experienced school bus driver, whom was also in college to be a school teacher, and whom had taken government classes in college, was going to file a lawsuit, which has now made it to the 5th Circuit Court in Louisiana. If the school bus driver wins his lawsuit and gets his job back, we all know what will happen to Robin Bullock, and a few others. Can you say BYE BYE..
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