A picture of an email sent to the Caesar Rodney School District Board of Education is making the rounds on social media today. In the email, a high school Junior alleges Scott Wilson cursed at a parent about school walkouts planned in response to the Parkland school shooting two weeks ago. The email went on to say Wilson referred to the alumna’s daughter (also a CR student) as “an asshole Democrat” and said her other daughter goes to a “shit liberal bullshit” college. But it doesn’t stop there. Further in the email the parent indicates this wasn’t the first time Wilson has exhibited this type of unacceptable behavior. Last Spring, during a forum on diversity, Wilson allegedly made disparaging remarks about transgender students.
Under current Delaware law, school board members are unable to be removed from office. A recent bill (still in circulation) from State Rep. Paul Baumbach proposed to give the State Board of Education the ability to remove local school district board members with a 60% vote and the Governor would have to agree. While I opposed the bill, a situation like this, if true, would certainly warrant some type of apparatus to remove Wilson from the Board of Education if he does not resign.
Wilson, a Delaware attorney, was mentioned in an article from WDEL last October.
The family of the special needs student beaten at Caesar Rodney High School and a school board member openly argue during school board meeting Wednesday night in Wyoming.
School Board member P. Scott Wilson, Eastburn and the Boyles family–including the student who was shown being beaten on video–then had a public spat.
It sounds to me like Wilson may have some anger issues and is unable to contain himself as an elected official.
Caesar Rodney School District needs to get their act together! Between this, the Facebook censorship, the situation with the CR mascot, and the disabled student getting beaten up in the high school cafeteria while no one stopped the fight, this is getting ridiculous!