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FBLG administrators removed from school

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by Michele Catahay

Guam - For months KUAM News has brought you stories of bullying at school.  Complaints from parents and students, many at F.B. Leon Guerrero Middle School, who said the administrators weren't doing enough to ensure kids' safety at the school.  Even during a second oversight hearing with Department of Education officials last night, the alarming situation at FBLG topped discussions. 

While DOE never took any action after the oversight hearing, today the decision was made to remove principal Ulric Marc.  He has been temporarily assigned to DOE's Central Office as the agency investigates the way he handled bullying and harassment complaints at the school.

FBLG Assistant Principal Millaflor Quitugua was also removed from the school and sent downtown to the Central Office.

Jose Rios Principal Erica Cruz has been assigned to FBLG temporarily.

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