Lee High School Teachers Say Admin. Did Not Change Grades
From Montgomery -- Lee High School teachers and students are rallying behind their principal and other administrators who were placed on leave after a state and local investigation said they changed grades for hundreds of students.
Lee High School teachers are letting their voices be heard.
The group passed out petitions and collected more than a thousand signatures from community members, and 1,200 from students.
Teachers say they have only heard from Superintendent Barbara Thompson once and that was after the investigation concluded. They say not once any school board members stopped by to speak with them.
We have put in a call to central office, but a Montgomery Public Schools spokesperson says they were unaware of the rally.
School officials have not confirmed the names of the seven administrators placed on leave, because of legal reasons.