The public records showed that the school district social worker, Joe Kucak, was working in lockstep with the suicide screeners.
The frantic Kucak, worked as if the local TeenScreen
battle had national significance, as if TeenScreen was fighting for its last breath of air.
Kenosha was the focus and Kucak
was on stage.
spent a still undetermined amount of time soliciting letters to support
the screeners, to little avail.
worked like a pharmaceutical sales
rep closing in on the last Zyprexa sale of the month to ensure a bonus.
failed as the school board told him "NO!"
like a parent scolding a child who
stepped off the curb without looking both ways.
One of the public records I obtained, an e-mail, originated from TeenScreen's NYC
Christina Carro, "Program Coordinator" had written to Kucak.
Ms. Carro instructed Kucak
"We would recommend using this document
In a short press release (seen here) signed by Dr. Scott Pierce, Superintendent of KUSD, and Joe Kucak, Coordinator of Student Support, the struggle between TeenScreen supporters and citizen opposition is over.