Thursday, September 17, 2009

Mrs Ostanski, Please Report to the Prin...Never Mind

In this country, people are innocent until proven guilty but not on this website. They say a picture is worth a thousand words. In this case, it is worth 1000 bucks. In a scene that would make principal Rooney from Ferris Bueller's Day Off proud, we have principal LuAnn Ostanski of Kenmore East HS helping herself to the students petty cash. It looks like she borrowed a few of Michael Jackon's sequined gloves to try and throw off the Kenmore police. She never expected a hidden camera would catch her in the act. She admitted to stealing less than $1000, but why do I think it was more than that? In an ironic twist, students from the in-school detention room came out and threatened to call Ostanski's parents. At her former school, money was missing and an assistant principal was asked to resign (despite no proof). He was black. He is currently going through phone books looking for an attorney as we speak.

Dr. James Williams of the Buffalo Public Schools has already offered Ostanski a job in his district once the case is resolved. "Mrs. Ostanski meets all of the qualifications to be a principal in Buffalo. First off, she lives in the suburbs. Secondly, we can have her work with McKinley principal Crystal Barton. She's good at stealing money from vending machines and taking field trips to Europe with the student's money. I think they'll work well together. After all, it's all about the chiiiiiiiiiillldren" Williams concluded.

Photos caught Kenmore East principal stealing*


  1. The extent she went to to cover this up is scarey...she just happened to have latex gloves on? $500 fine is certainly not appropriate, especially since she was stealing from people she was entrusted to. SHAME, shame, shame. She would have let the office worker take the blame had she not been caught with pictures. This disgusts me.

  2. You said it. I'm sure we'll be hearing about her gambling or drug problem soon and it will be swept under the rug. People like this don't care about how their actions affect others.