Broomes challenges Ministry of Education on retirement

The Ministry of Education cannot set a retirement date for me!

With this terse comment, embattled principal of the Parkinson Memorial Secondary School Jeff Broomes dismissed a statement issued by the ministry last night that indicated he would be given a term’s leave from September this year and would go on retirement on January 1, 2016.

Parkinson Memorial School principal Jeff Broomes.
Parkinson Memorial School principal Jeff Broomes.

“I have written them outlining my time of retirement and I have indicated that my retirement will be from May 1, 2016. If they have a different focus that is their business,” he told Barbados TODAY.

“It may end up being what they want, but I will get a legal opinion on it first and that will determine what it is. I do not know why they would write something like that. Why would they put the contents of my private correspondence into the public domain? I do not know why they would do it.”

One Response to Broomes challenges Ministry of Education on retirement

  1. Bobo February 12, 2015 at 9:05 pm

    Goodbye Mr Broomes—(psychotic maniac) time to enjoy your pension days. Bye Bye

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