We the citizens of Buffalo, NY would like Superintendant Kriner Cash terminated with cause for violating the terms of his contract with Buffalo Public Schools.  Cash is insubordinate to the Board of Directors, remiss in his responsibilities to the children in which he was hired to serve, and has demonstrated a great disdain for the Buffalo Community has a whole; including but not limited deferring responsibility of his position to others that are subordinate of him because he refuses to accept responsibility for our failing school system and his failed ineffective directives which never benefit the children. Now that we are faced with trying to heal from the McKinley High School shooting / stabbing and repair the sense of safety the children, families, and staff have lost faith in Cash's lackluster leadership. And finally, Cash decidedly refused to return an emergency call back to a BPS Board member when a 5 year old girl was left a few miles from her drop off point after school in 26°, heavily snowing inclement weather.  Her mother remained waiting for hours trying to find her child.  Meanwhile the little girl was found by a man and then a woman who joined the man in the neighborhood in which the child was left, aided the child along with the police hours later for her safe return.  And although this child was returned safely, the bothersome part about this is that Cash, never returned Board Memeber Heards calls / text regarding this emergency.  The last time this type of thing happened here a little girl's body was found raped, dismembered and thrown away behind a vacant house.

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