PGCPS HR Chief Resigns in Disgrace.

(Synthia Shilling pictured above arguing with her husband Mr. Kucner)

By an act of God, Synthia J. Shilling who developed  “evil juju sprits and bad karma” after she fired hundreds of employees without cause or under drummed up charges will not be a Human Resources Chief Officer for Prince George’s County Public Schools (PGCPS) anymore.  This is because of  immorality, misconduct in office, incompetency, gross insubordination, willful neglect of duty, or being convicted or found guilty of drunk driving hit and run fiasco in Anne Arundel County in May 2012. This should be a lesson to all the bad people out there who only care about themselves while endangering the lives of others.  Many thanks to the Anne Arundel County Police Department for the arrest and prosecution.  Already our priority list drawn by Reform Sasscer movement to address major needs within the county system is taking a life of its own with Dr. William Hite Jr jumping off ship before the new elected Board even takes office in December 2012.

Synthia J. Shilling aka Synthia J. Kucner, Human Resources Chief Officer for Prince George’s County school system (PGCPS) gave notice of her intent to resign to outgoing Superintendent William Hite on August 1, 2012. Hite knew she had already caught a charge when he hired her and had a virtually unflagging obligation to intervene but failed to protect the PGCPS students, staff and the Community. According to the Washington Post, Shilling was pulled over by Maryland State trooper four years ago for a traffic stop. Shilling was given probation before judgment and fined more than $400 for second-degree assault on a Maryland state trooper at that time. According to police reports, Shilling kicked the state trooper in the face and bloodied his lips after a 2008 traffic stop in Anne Arundel County. She also received probation before judgment for driving while impaired at the time of the incident. Here is the rundown of the incident: A PGCPSMESS for sure! While the state trooper placed Ms. Kucner in the police car, she “pulled her right leg up with her knee near her chest and then kicked, striking the left side of my face” the state trooper wrote.  “The heel of her foot made contact with my upper and lower lip causing both of them to split.” Kucner’s blood alcohol level was 0.16, or twice the legal limit, six hours later at the detention center, according to the report. All the above information come from the Washington Post article, not us. (Read more). What we will say is that it sounds like this one CLEARLY is a drunk, an angry drunk who likes to pee on herself.  We are pretty sure most of us would not end up on probation after assaulting a state trooper as well as being left in a $172K job. Is the talent pool in HR so bereft of people that this was the best PGCPS could do? According to the police report, Ms. Synthia Kucner Aka Shilling started to cry after she was caught making false reports by the police. (See entire police report here~~> Synthia Shilling Kucner Drunk HR Chief). We tried to block the private personal information in the report.

Synthia J. Shilling, is currently scheduled to go to trial Aug. 27 2012 in Anne Arundel County District Court for allegedly leaving the scene of an accident, according to court documents. She is charged with the following six (6) incidents;

  1. FAILURE OF VEH. DRIVER TO STOP AFTER UNATTENDED PROPERTY DAMAGE ACCIDENT.
  2. FAILURE OF VEH. DRIVER IN ACCIDENT TO LOCATE AND NOTIFY OWNER OF UNATTENDED PROPERTY DAMAGE.
  3. FAILURE MOTOR VEH. DRIVER TO FURNISH WRITTEN I.D. INFO. IN UNATTENDED DAMAGED PROPERTY.
  4. NEGLIGENT DRIVING VEHICLE IN CARELESS AND IMPRUDENT MANNER ENDANGERING PROPERTY, LIFE AND PERSON.
  5. RECKLESS DRIVING VEHICLE IN WANTON AND WILLFUL DISREGARD FOR SAFETY OF PERSONS AND PROPERTY.
  6. DIRECTING AND PERMITTING HWY. VEH. OPERATION CONTRARY TO LAW.

Witnesses on the scene of the accident identified Ms. Synthia J. Shilling aka Synthia J. Kucner  as the driver of a white Chrysler Town and Country minivan bearing Maryland registration which had earlier struck a sign at a high speed while she was on drugs. According to police, “I also immediately detected a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage emanating from her breath and person” wrote the police officer.

What’s done in the dark always comes to light. There are so many chiefs and not enough Indians. You’re so fine you blow your own minds. The cutest thing we have ever seen is a baby’s but with cellulite. The saddest thing we have ever read always comes from this county. Prince George’s county (professional gangsters) at your service. “You have to love PG in general. We are a county full of criminals and thugs who elect and appoint criminals, thugs, racists and the inept”, Said one concerned parent in Prince George’s County recently.

All we can say is that, we are glad all these things are coming out in the open slowly but surely in PGCPS right now. It’s very sad to be subject to this capricious system of corruption with a mix of alcohol consumption during the day! In the meantime, everyone is ignoring the elephant in the room, which is the poor behavior and attitudes of too many senior staff members (especially at the Sasscer Administrative building some of whom are close relatives of senior staff), which negatively affecting the achievement of the students in the whole school system.

“Out of control corruption, nepotism and professional misconduct by senior PGCPS staff led by superintendent William Hite who cannot decide priorities combined with an avalanche of misleading rhetoric statements by current PGCPS leadership and violation of various statutes has stifled school system business to the point where improvements, proper investment and proper hiring practices have all but disappeared. We need help from all our elected officials, law enforcement community etc to use their real world experience to free up the hard-working people of Prince George’s County from the implemented barriers that have stalled our educational recovery. Clearly, it’s time to make a change.”

We find it amazing that a superintendent William Hite whose district was fined over five million dollars for being a “willful violator” of our labor laws is going to become the head of Philadelphia School System. As he goes, one of his top administrators is going on trial for committing criminal acts and another is facing a divorce for infidelity during business hours. The children of Prince Gorge’s County are not doing well academically. Looking at its educational leaders we can see why the students are failing. This is what we have been saying all along while calling for reforms, innovation and transformations in PGCPS.  Hopefully God will help the students in Philadelphia. They need a moral leader to run their schools and they are getting a man who is running from a troubled situation, from a system that seems to be morally dead. Good luck!

Philadelphia better take note because William Hite Jr. is coming over and is their problem right now. It’s time!

Moses Mackenzie
Policy Director
Reform Sasscer Movement for PG County

We believe in Karma. If the good is sown, the good is collected. When positive things are made, that returns well.

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  1. Did Synthia Shilling-Kucner get any severance? If so, how much? Is it possible to set up a poll for her like the one for Dr. Hite, with an area for comments?

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  2. Look into the Maryland Judiciary Case Search..but you have to look under the last name of Kucner for both and not Shilling. Both her and her husband have been nailed numerous times for things. His tags/license just suspended for registration violation. These people are scum…

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