Yvonne Katz, formerly supt. of Beaverton OR and Spring Branch TX school districts, embarrassing retiring Westview High principal Len Case.











Dan Wieden talks about the night he wrote "Just do It" to a fascinated Wesview High School Media Studies class in 2001.

TSPC director Vickie Chamberlain conspires with OEA attorney Tom Doyle

TSPC director Vickie Chamberlain conspires with OEA attorney Tom Doyle
Chamberlain's three-and-a-half year manipulation of teacher discipline case conceals misconduct of Linda Borquist and Hollis Lekas of the Beaverton School District while interfering with the outcome of a federal lawsuit in support of an attorney formerly employed by the Beaverton School District, Nancy Hungerford.

Oregon ALJ Andrea Sloan collaborates with TSPC director Vickie Chamberlain & OEA atty Tom Doyle

Oregon ALJ Andrea Sloan collaborates with TSPC director Vickie Chamberlain & OEA atty Tom Doyle
"First of its kind in Oregon" decision helps unethical lawyers manipulate federal law suit after Beaverton administrators violated teacher employment contract

Signing a confession to conceal misconduct and influence a federal law suit

Signing a confession to conceal misconduct and influence a federal law suit
Tom Doyle of the OEA collaborates with OAH lawyers and Vickie Chamberlain of the TSPC

TSPC director Vickie Chamberlain makes finding based on secret "first of its kind" hearing

TSPC director Vickie Chamberlain makes finding based on secret "first of its kind" hearing
Chamberlain's delay protects Nancy Hungerford, former attorney for the Beaverton Schools, who colluded with attorneys for the OEA and the state of Oregon to violate a teacher contract and deny due process in a federal civil suit.

Confederation of Oregon School Administrators

Leadership Academy for Beginning Principals
July 18, 19 and 20, 2007
Linfield College

The Faculty:

Linda Borquist, Academy Coordinator

Victor Musial, Field Operations Director, OSEA

Colin Cameron, Director of Professional Development,COSA

Jill O'Neil, Principal, Beaverton Middle School - OMLA President

Vickie Chamberlain, Executive Director, TSPC

Kris Olsen, Principal, McMinnville High School - OASSA President

Matt Coleman, Principal, Westview High School

Shannon Priem, Communication Services Director, OSBA

Vickie Fleming, Superintendent, Redmond SD 2J

Perla Rodriguez, Principal, Cornelius Elementary School - OMLA President

Shawna Harris, Field Representative, OSEA

Nanci Schneider, NWREL

Craig Hawkins, Communications Director, COSA

Valerie Sebesta, Oregon Education Association

Sally Leet, Principal, Oak Grove Elementary School - OESPA Past President

Brian Traylor, Principal, Corvallis Elementary School - OESPA President

Holly Lekas, Regional Administrator, Beaverton SD 48 Joe Wehrili, OSBA

Michael Carter, Superintendent, Rainier SD 13

Philip McCullum, Director Administrative Licensure, University of Oregon

Authentic evaluation legally dated

Authentic evaluation legally dated
signed by retiring principal Len Case

Post-dated Westview High School evaluation 2002-03

Post-dated Westview High School evaluation 2002-03
Entered fraudulently at Fair Dismissal Appeals Board hearing: Malcolm Dennis (forced resignation; secrecy agreement) and Chris Bick, signing principals

Condescending email from John Kaempf, former BSD lawyer who pretended to help me and stole $5K for his effort

Johnny Kaempf, a member of my brother's extended family, was asked by my brother to help me with a case in which attorneys representing the OEA (Tom Doyle) and the Beaverton Schools (Hungerford "Pass-the-Trash" Law), had been manipulating and bullying me for four and 1/2 years--after BSD officials illegally terminated my employment contract in  January 2004.

After I wrote the federal judge and told him the lawyers were trying to force me to sign stipulations for the Oregon TSPC before they would give me a settlement check from the manipulative federal lawsuit, I couldn't find anyone to take on the OEA and the state gov't for the money I could gather.

My brother asked his lawyer, Kaempf, to help me, Kaempf began negotiating with lawyers who had been fired by the BSD (Hungerford) and by me (Doyle), He tried to leverage a new signature from me to create cover for malpracticing colleagues--een though Judge Robert E. Jones of the US Ninth Distict Court had been told that the case had been steeled of over a year.

He sent me a condescending email after I had contacted Ann Jacks, a former BSD school board member who had resigned in disgust and told her about the status of my settlement.  Then he took 5K of the 40K.

Thanks, counselor. You are highly regarded for some suspect reasons.



Fw: To Cindy Shultz--Judge Robert E. Jones' office 
Subject: Bellairs v. Beaverton School District, et al., Civil 04-770-JO
Date: Tue, 3 Jul 2007 10:25:16 -0700
To:  Counsel
From: Judge Robert E. Jones
Please read the communication received from Donald Bellairs.  If there was a settlement in this case, was it made a matter of record?  If the case in fact has not settled, I will grant Mr. Bellairs 30 days to find a replacement lawyer, reopen the case without fees, and proceed to trial.

To Cindy Schultz/
   
Fw: To Cindy Shultz--Judge Robert E.Jones' office
03:11 PM 06/29  /2007   
Subject 
Cindy:  FYI, this came in via the Court's Internet website mailbox.
Sincerely,
Laura Brennan
Deputy Director of Operational Services US District Court - Oregon
503-326-8163
Forwarded by Laura Brennan/ORD/09/USCOURTS on 
06/29/2007 03:11PM-----
  Don Bellairs
To Cindy Shultz--Judge Robert E. Jones' office
To: Ms. Cindy Shultz
Asst. to Judge Robert E. Jones
From :Don Bellairs
13335 SW Havencrest ST
Beaverton, OR 97005
Re: Case No. CV 04-770-JO

Ms. Shultz,
I am writing with regard to Case No. CV 04-770-JO.  I was persuaded the suit by an attorney assigned to me and employed by the Beaverton Education Association.  The attorney, Thomas Doyle, has acted in bad faith and has allowed his associates in the state education bureaucracy to deny me my civil rights. I am accustomed to being bullied by Mr. Doyle and his associates--this has been a three and 1/2 year ordeal.  The union attorneys have a comfortable situation with no oversight and can enrich themselves at their clients' expense.  I am hopeful, however, that Judge Jones is not accustomed to having his court exploited for political purposes and finds the behavior of these attorneys imprudent, if not illegal.  Mr. Doyle and the (former) Beaverton Schools attorneys, the Hungerford Family lawyers, have kept my settlement money in an effort to get me to sign illegal "stipulations" created by officials who work for the Teacher Standards and Practices Commission in Salem.  I have refused.
In addition to holding a secret hearing with an Administrative Law Judge without my knowledge or participation (at the time, I was attempting to have my union replace him), Mr. Doyle forced me to participate in a phone conference with a judge for Alternative Dispute Resolution last winter while I was on the coast, working.  He said the ADR judge would hold me and the owner of my work place in contempt if  I did not participate. (I have attached documentation for this).  He gave me less than twenty-four hours notice.  My problem: Now I cannot get Mr. Doyle to provide me with the name of  the judge who presided over the ADR process.  I am putting together material to go the Oregon Bar and need this information. 
Also, public records indicate that Judge Jones was told my case was settled.  Would you please let him know that it was not,  Like me, he  has been misled. I hope that I have chosen the appropriate way to approach this.   This has been a lengthy and very unfair ordeal for my family and me and I have been forced to make a lot of difficult decisions by myself.. Thank you for your attention,

Don Bellairs

PS  In August 2006, I was given a new settlement document with different conditions by a new lawyer for the Beaverton district. I have not acted on it because I felt it was illegal.  Mr. Doyle sent me a letter saying he approved it

----- Forwarded Message ----
From: Jennifer Hungerford
To: Cindy_Schultz@ord.uscourts.gov
Cc: njhlaw@aol.com; bellairsd@yahoo.com; Camellia_Osterink@beavton.k12.or.us; Tom Doyle
Sent: Thursday, July 12, 2007 2:39:40 PM
Subject: Re: Bellairs v. Beaverton School District, et al., Civil 04-770-JO

Judge Jones:

This is to follow up on my earlier message.  I confirmed with the School District that no settlement agreement was ever signed by Mr. Bellairs.  After Mr. Bellairs refused to sign the original settlement agreement, a new agreement was negotiated, and although there were representations that it was agreeable to Mr. Bellairs and would be signed, it was not.

Thank you.

Jennifer Hungerford
The Hungerford Law Firm
Direct line: 503-722-8612
Fax: 503-657-7977
jennifer@hungerfordlaw.com
www.hungerfordlaw.com

-----Original Message-----
From: Tom Doyle [mailto:doylet@bennetthartman.com]
Sent: Monday, July 9, 2007 03:16 PM
To: Cindy_Schultz@ord.uscourts.gov
Cc: njhlaw@aol.combellairsd@yahoo.com, 'Jennifer Hungerford'
Subject: RE: To Cindy Shultz--Judge Robert E. Jones' office Bellairs v.    Beaverton School District, et al., Civil 04-770-JO

Judge Jones:

I no longer represent Mr. Bellairs. To my recollection, no settlement
was put on the record.

Thank you.
Tom Doyle

-----Original Message-----
From: Jennifer Hungerford [mailto:jennifer@hungerfordlaw.com]
Sent: Thursday, July 05, 2007 4:00 PM
To: Cindy_Schultz@ord.uscourts.gov
Cc: Tom Doyle; njhlaw@aol.combellairsd@yahoo.com
Subject: Re: To Cindy Shultz--Judge Robert E. Jones' office Bellairs v.
Beaverton School District, et al., Civil 04-770-JO

Judge Jones:
I was one of the attorneys representing Beaverton School District in
>this matter.  It is my understanding that there was a settlement reached
by the parties in March 2006.  I do not believe that the terms of the
settlement were made a matter of record.  The Beaverton School District
was prepared to release the funds upon the receipt of Mr. Bellairs'
signature on an original copy of the agreement, but the District was
never provided an original copy with Mr. Bellairs' signature.  I believe
that in the fall of 2006, Mr. Bellairs had direct discussions with the
Beaverton School District (who now also employs in-house counsel).  We
have contacted the District and will provide the Court with further
information as soon as we receive it.

Thank you.

Sincerely,
Jennifer Hungerford
The Hungerford Law Firm
Direct line: 503-722-8612
Fax: 503-657-7977
jennifer@hungerfordlaw.com
To erika marion<erika.marion@oregoned.org>,
  06/29 /2007   12:40  PM   
Subject
To Cindy Shultz--Judge Robert E. Jones' office
To: Ms. Cindy Shultz
Asst. to Judge Robert E. Jones
From :Don Bellairs
13335 SW Havencrest ST
Beaverton, OR 97005
Re: Case No. CV 04-770-JO

Ms. Shultz,
I am writing with regard to Case No. CV 04-770-JO.  I was persuaded to file the suit by an attorney assigned to me and employed by the Beaverton Education Association.  The attorney, Thomas Doyle, has acted in bad faith and has allowed his associates in the state education bureaucracy to deny me my civil rights. I am accustomed to being bullied by Mr. Doyle and his associates--this has been a three and 1/2 year ordeal.  The union attorneys have a comfortable situation with no oversight and can enrich themselves at their clients' expense.  I am hopeful, however, that Judge Jones is not accustomed to having his court exploited for political purposes and finds the behavior of these attorneys imprudent, if not illegal.  Mr. Doyle and the (former) Beaverton Schools attorneys, the Hungerford Family lawyers, have kept my settlement money in an effort to get me to sign illegal "stipulations" created by officials who work for the Teacher Standards and Practices Commission in Salem.  I have refused.
In addition to holding a secret hearing with an Administrative Law Judge without my knowledge or participation (at the time, I was attempting to have my union replace him), Mr. Doyle forced me to participate in a phone conference with a judge for Alternative Dispute Resolution last winter while I was on the coast, working.  He said the ADR judge would hold me and the owner of my work place in contempt if  I did not participate. (I have attached documentation for this).  He gave me less than twenty-four hours notice.  My problem: Now I cannot get Mr. Doyle to provide me with the name of  the judge who presided over the ADR process.  I am putting together material to go the Oregon Bar and need this information. 
Also, public records indicate that Judge Jones was told my case was settled.  Would you please let him know that it was not,  Like me, he  has been misled. I hope that I have chosen the appropriate way to approach this.   This has been a lengthy and very unfair ordeal for my family and me and I have been forced to make a lot of difficult decisions by myself.. Thank you for your attention,

Don Bellairs

PS  In August 2006, I was given a new settlement document with different conditions by a new lawyer for the Beaverton district. I have not acted on it because I felt it was illegal.  Mr. Doyle sent me a letter saying he approved it

October 17, 2007 

VIA HAND DELIVERY 

Honorable Robert E. Jones 

U.S. District Court
1000 SW Third Ave.
Portland, OR 97204
Re: Donald Bellairs v. Beaverton School District, et al
Case No. 3:04-CV-770
Our File No. 5407-2166


Dear Judge Jones: 

I am writing to you in my capacity as an officer of the Court in regard to the above referenced matter. The purpose of this letter is to correct a misstatement by defendant Beaverton School District’s (BSD’s) counsel that this case is not settled because they allegedly never received a settlement agreement signed by plaintiff Donald Bellairs. 

As you know, you recently reinstated this civil case based upon the request of Mr. Bellairs, who has been acting pro se for quite a while. To reflect that fact, you also recently allowed my withdrawal as his attorney. Until that time, Mr. Bellairs was very clear that he did not want me to represent him any longer in regard to this matter in any capacity. 

However, since that time, I have been contacted by Mr. Bellairs, through a third party, and have been authorized by Mr. Bellairs to raise the following issue with the Court on his 
behalf. 

As you also know, trial is set to begin on November 13, 2007. As explained herein, I believe that this case is, in fact, settled. You will recall that on July 3, 2007, you sent an email to the lawyers asking if this case was settled. You sent that email in response to an email sent directly by Mr. Bellairs to your assistant in late June 2007, wherein Mr. Bellairs stated that the settlement was not completed because BSD's lawyers “have kept my settlement money.” At that time, I was unable to speak to this issue without potentially prejudicing my former client’s request to reinstate the case and had been directed by him to have no contact with him. 

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Honorable Robert E. Jones 
October 17, 2007 

In response to your email, one of BSD’s lawyers, Jennifer Hungerford, wrote you an email on July 12, 2007 stating that she “confirmed with [BSD] that no settlement agreement 
was ever signed by Mr. Bellairs.” Also, in a July 5, 2007 email to you, Ms. Hungerford admitted that BSD “was prepared to release the funds upon receipt of Mr. Bellairs’ signature on an original copy of the agreement,” but claimed that BSD “was never provided an original copy with Mr. Bellairs' signature.” However, Ms. Hungerford’s statements about not receiving a release signed by Mr. Bellairs are incorrect. Please find attached a copy of an April 6, 2006 fax sent by me to her law partner, Nancy Hungerford, with whom I negotiated the settlement, showing that Mr. Bellairs and BSD’s representatives all signed the settlement agreement. In addition, the original settlement agreement signed by Mr. Bellairs was sent to Nancy Hungerford. Therefore, this case is, in fact, settled. The only holdup is that BSD never sent Mr. Bellairs the $40,000 it owes him pursuant to the terms of the signed settlement agreement. 

It is my understanding that Nancy Hungerford claims that the signed release is not sufficient because Mr. Bellairs’ signature is not notarized. However, as you can see, Section 
3.12 of the release contains an “entire agreement” clause stating that this “Settlement contains the entire agreement between the parties hereto and the terms of this Settlement are contractual and not mere recitals.” Nowhere in the entire agreement does it state that having Mr. Bellairs’ signature notarized is a condition of the agreement. Moreover, Nancy Hungerford did not make notarization a condition of the settlement when we settled the case on the telephone the day before the trial was set to begin in late March 2006. In addition, I have never heard of notarization being a condition or a material term of a settlement. I hope the Court will agree that this is not the common practice. 

It is also my understanding that Nancy Hungerford claims that Mr. Bellairs repudiated the settlement agreement in various communications after he and BSD’s representatives 
signed the release in April 2006. However, Mr. Bellairs’ alleged statements after he and BSD’s representatives signed the release are irrelevant. In plain language, a deal is a deal once it is signed by all parties, and Mr. Bellairs did not have the ability to repudiate the release once it was signed by all parties. See Stroman v. West Coast Grocery Co., 884 F2d 458, 462-463 (9th Cir 1989) (in a civil employment action, holding that the court was “satisfied that [plaintiff] Stroman’s release of ‘all claims’ against [defendant] West Coast under the November 1, 1985, agreement was a deliberate, voluntary, and knowing waiver” of his claims, and that “when he signed the agreement he waived all legal claims against West Coast.”) (emphasis added). 

In sum, Mr. Bellairs agreed to cancel the trial in March 2006 based upon this settlement.   As noted above, in her July 5, 2007 email to you, Ms. Hungerford admitted that BSD is 

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Honorable Robert E. Jones 
October 17, 2007 

"prepared to release the funds upon receipt of Mr. Bellairs' signature on an original copy of the agreement." That occurred 18 months ago. Therefore, based upon this information, Mr. Bellairs asks the Court to rule that this case is fully settled, to cancel the upcoming trial, and to require 
BSD to issue a check to Mr. Bellairs for $40,000 within the next 7 days. 

Sincerely, 
BENNETT, HARTMAN, MORRIS & KAPLAN 

Thomas K. Doyle 
TKD/ka 
Encl. 

cc: Donald Bellairs 
Jennifer Hungerford (via fax) 
Rich Cohn-Lee (via fax)

Diane Smith, former principal of Meadow Park Middle School, in touch after 16 years...


Facebook exchange Sept 23rd, 2016

From Diane Smith, former principal
Meadow Park Middle School
I have just read this for the first time, now sept 23, 2016. I don't know why it has never appeared before, or maybe I don't know how to use Facebook. Please send me your phone number so I can get in touch with you. I will be traveling for several weeks but will call you upon my return.I am so sorry this has all happened. I have not been aware of this. I am not in touch with anyone from the district for 10 years since my retirement. Diane

To Diane Smith:
My mother was dying and we had just moved her to Oregon when the BSD leadership announced that I had been harassing a colleague for several months, unknown to me...

I used to love teaching.  So few people in the BSD made it so unfair for so many.  I will probably end up in jail because I refuse to give up...

Would you? Maybe you are ready to help clear this up?  I had asked to quit and lost my teaching career. I would like to go back to the time before I worked 70-hour weeks for crooked administrators.

Wow. I have been deserted by a lot of people I thought i was pretty good too. I really didn't expect you to respond. Four years after I was fired for sexually harassing a librarian who I didn't, my licenses was suspended for, among other things, taking Ashley Scott to my truck during class time. No documentation. No testimony that I remember. Just a finding it FDAB that as put in the newspaper. It was the last thing my mother her read about me. I had been paid 20K less than Dellerba to be Activities Director, worked my ass off, then got stabbed in the back by Gail VanGorder (a Hogue acolyte), who talked her librarian friend into signing a bogus harassment complaint that even the FDAB threw out.  But they still needed sex (insubordination would not have been enough, huh?) so they used good ol' Meadow--you and Ashley Scott. No testimony--I never defended it. Ever.  I have been trying for a VERY long time to be treated fairly by a school community that I worked very hard for. Borquist, Lekas and Hogue paid the Hungerfords to destroy my career. I have most of a book done but it is so f'ing hard to revisit some of it. 
Wanna help me write the last chapter? (Even if you don't, you made me feel good by touching base. The phone quit ringing when I was fired.)

I remember that your dad is a lawyer. You told me when we  had that very special meeting in a coffee shop when you convinced me to take two weeks off and stay in my job. I watch the entire Clinton impeachment trial on C-Span during that break, did you know?

The Hungerfords announced at FDAB that you had asked to be excused from testifying because your father was ill. Did you not even know about my trial? My FDAB hearing was delayed several months (did I mention my mom was dying?) because Borquist wanted to vacation in Morocco during Spring Break.  

My union rep, Husted, was meeting with the HR department every two weeks while he was sitting on Hogue's board of directors. The OEA basically threw me under a bus...my "lawyer" appeared at the BSD HR office when they were firing me the second time (after they locked me out for sexual harassing the librarian, they called me back three days later and fired me again, for not doing work while I was locked out. That's when the lawyer appeared).  

Before my FDAB trial--and without consulting me, he filed a million-dollar lawsuit in federal court for freedom of speech, then proceeded to stifle my voice for four years while Beaverton's lawyers pissed on my record and history. Over a year after I was fired, the TSPC started sending me stipulations that included taking a Meadow Park kid to my truck. I refused for over three years so they just "accepted certain facts as true."  When I demanded a hearing in front of a judge, I was limited to "proving my fitness to teach" (but not to rebut any of the charges from Meadow). Jamsa testified for me...it hurt him politically.  

The Administrative Law Judge who heard my case recommended a reprimand (I defended myself against an asst AG), but the TSPC director was able to ignore that court's finding and suspend my license anyway, almost four years after I was fired illegally. 

My mother--a classroom teacher for 35 years-- died watching me fight the BSD HR department and Hungerford Law...and the OEA.

I had to pay my brother's lawyer (a friend of the BSD) 5K to collect the 40K settlement from the bogus million-dollar suit. They were making all my medical records public and I didn't want to be smelled with pot allegations.  Also, t learned the day before court that Ashley Scott's mother was scheduled to testify. I walked out of my "lawyer's" office and haven't seen him since. 

I still remember interviewing with you for the Meadow job.  I really loved being a teacher then. I got a $2K bonus that first year for doing those plays. All that stuff is so long gone now. Jamsa doesn't communicate any more.

I didn't eat for three days when this was published:

BEAVERTON APPEALS BOARD UPHOLDS TEACHER'S FIRING
Oregonian, The (Portland, OR) 
August 5, 2004 
DAVID R. ANDERSON - The Oregonian

Summary: The Westview High teacher was rightfully terminated, the panel says as it reverses a sexual harassment claimAn appeals board has rejected the case of a Westview High School teacher who claims he was fired because he raised concerns about favoritism toward wealthy students.The Oregon Fair Dismissal Appeals Board ruled that Donald Bellairs was insubordinate and neglected his duties as a teacher. The board also concluded that Bellairs had engaged in "a pattern of angry and disrespectful outbursts, as well as other unprofessional and disruptive communications, towards students, parents, staff and administrators."
Bellairs plans to appeal the ruling to the Oregon Court of Appeals, said his lawyer, Thomas Doyle. The appeals board improperly used past incidents involving Bellairs to judge whether he was insubordinate and had neglected his duties during the past school year, Doyle said.The appeals board supported Bellairs' claim that he did not sexually harass another staff member at the school. That was one of three reasons the Beaverton School Board fired Bellairs in February, according to the appeals board's analysis.But the board found that Bellairs was insubordinate during a teachers' meeting with Superintendent Jerry Colonna in January. Bellairs complained about a student who had been given the lead in a drama production, saying it was because her parents were active in the school and donated money to the drama program. Bellairs, who had a history of conflict with the girl and her parents, spoke in a disrespectful manner, the appeals board found.And Bellairs neglected his duty by failing to complete grades for students in January after he was placed on administrative leave.School district officials said they were limited in what they could say, because Bellairs is continuing to appeal the case. But Linda Borquist, an associate superintendent for human resources, said the outcome confirms the district's actions."About all I can say is that we're glad there's a process to review our practices and procedures to make sure we treat our employees fairly," she said.It was the first time in Borquist's 12 years in the district's human resources department that a teacher has taken a firing to the appeals board. The two sides conducted a three-day hearing before the three-member panel in June. The board made its decision late last month.Bellairs has filed a $1 million federal lawsuit against the Beaverton School District, claiming the district violated his First Amendment rights, defamed him and interfered with his ability to get a home mortgage. He is seeking compensation for severe emotional and physical injury, plus lost wages, punitive damages and attorney's fees.Both sides claimed that the appeals board decision helped their case in the lawsuit.Doyle said that the ruling actually helps Bellairs' case, because the appeals board rejected the sexual harassment grounds and not all the board members agreed that the grades issue was grounds for firing."We feel this case supports our federal complaint," Doyle said.The district hired Bellairs, 51, in fall 1997 to work at Meadow Park Middle School. He transferred to Westview High in September 1999, where he taught media studies, keyboarding and English.The appeals board's 24-page order reveals new facts about the district's reasons for firing Bellairs. It describes a history of incidents going back to his time at Meadow Park. They include:* An accusation that Bellairs took a female student at Meadow Park into his pickup in the school parking lot and belittled her, using inappropriate language.* A confrontation at Westview High after a staff member changed computer passwords without telling Bellairs. Bellairs was accused of angrily confronting the staff member and a vice principal. Other staff members who witnessed the outburst said they were frightened.* An ongoing dispute that started over video equipment between Bellairs and a student and his parents. After the student returned a camera a day late, Bellairs said the boy couldn't use equipment for the remainder of the year. The boy's father asked for the decision to be reversed. After a series of meetings, which included one that left the student in tears, administrators placed a memo in Bellairs' file directing him to treat other employees and students with respect.* An accusation by a female staff member that Bellairs hugged her and made suggestive comments that made her uncomfortable. The woman said she didn't say anything to Bellairs because she was afraid of his angry outbursts. Although the appeals board found that Bellairs' actions didn't amount to sexual harassment, they said it was further evidence of the effects of his outbursts.David R. Anderson: 503-294-5199; davidanderson@news.oregonian.com

From Diane Smith
It looks like you have moved on and are now living in Switzerland a beautiful place. Hope your life is good and so sorry to hear about the conflict you have had. Diane

To Diane Smith
Parts of my life are wonderful, thank you, as they have always been. But I am living with this little injustice that still gnaws at me: Beginning in 1997--for two years under your supervision and for the next five under various administrators at Westview, i was forced to drink the urine of petulant, spoiled children, unsupervised counselors, bullying parents and indicative junior administrators--building first a drama program, then a video production program, from the ground up and working with kids that some teachers didn't want to--all while getting (secret) bonuses. I was told my license would be in jeopardy if I made waves or quit. So two days ago, when you sent your brief, indifferent response to the outpouring of pain I sent you (sorry but you are part of this journey) I was pretty disappointed (and I had thought I was over being disappointed by people from my Beaverton experience). You KNOW I didn't take a 12-year-old with a behavioral disorder to my truck cab during class time when I worked for you (hell, I let the kid back into my class)--but that little item got in the newspaper and was used to suspend my license to WORK, three years after I was fired for "sexually harassing" one of Gail Vangorder's flunkies at Westview.  For a fleeting moment, when I got your first message, I thought finally someone might be willing to do the right thing and speak up on my behalf....but after your reply, I realize that the only way I will get anything close to justice is to make a big enough noise that someone has to listen. It's been a long time, and I'm still trying, Maybe we'll see you in court someday.










Collegial lawyers earn education money sheltering corrupt school administrators

I had been underpaid $20K and my building supervisors were poorly supervised. My mother was dying and I had asked to quit. I voiced my concerns to a new superintendent and discovered, as I was being fired two weeks later, that I had been sexually harassing a colleague for three months. 

None of that has changed over the years.  

----- Forwarded Message -----
From: Tom Doyle
To: bellairsd@yahoo.com 
Sent: Wednesday, August 16, 2006 10:30 PM
Subject: Status

Don:
 
I received a call from Beaverton's attorney asking if I was still representing you.  It is my understanding that I am, both on the employment matter and TSPC. Is this correct? I assumed that you had been paid your check, based upon your not contacting me, but then I found out you had not. I would like to get this matter resolved by discussing this with the District's counsel, but I do not want to have a doubt as to my representation of you when I do that. 
 
Tom 


> Subject: FW: Bellairs settlement agreement
> From:    "Kaempf, John" <John.Kaempf@bullivant.com>
> Date:    Fri, November 9, 2007 4:40 pm
> To:      "Brian Bellairs" <brian@murrayhillhomes.com>
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>    Brian:  See below.  Nancy Hungerford wants Don to sign the 2nd
> settlement agreement he did not sign last year (which also bars him from
> entering onto BSD property, etc.), as well as the attached "no
> disparagement" addendum.
>
>    I recommend not agreeing to sign the 2nd settlement agreement, but
> agreeing to have Don sign the no disparagement addendum.  If Don will
> act in accordance with the draft letter you sent me today, then he
> shouldn't have a problem signing this addendum.  Please review it and
> let me know your thoughts.
>
>    Thanks - John
>
>
> ________________________________
>
> From: NJHlaw@aol.com [mailto:NJHlaw@aol.com]
> Sent: Friday, November 09, 2007 8:46 AM
> To: Kaempf, John
> Cc: Rcllaw@aol.comjenhungerford@hotmail.com;
sue_robertson@beavton.k12.or.usCamellia_Osterink@beavton.k12.or.us
> Subject: Bellairs settlement agreement
>
>
> To:  John Kaempf
> From:  Nancy Hungerford
> Re:  Bellairs settlement agreement
>
> I am FAXing to your office a copy of the settlement agreement negotiated
> in the summer of 2006 on behalf of Mr. Bellairs by Tom Doyle, working
> with Camellia Osterink, in-house counsel for the Beaverton School
> District.  This agreement is acceptable to the District provided that it
> include an additional paragraph which I am attaching here.  As I
> explained to you, the additional assurances that Bellairs will not
> contact and will not impugn certain District staff, Board members, and
> other individuals involved in the FDAB case is necessary because he has
> repeatedly done so during the period since March, 2006; if the case is
> to be settled by the District paying the $40,000, then Bellairs needs to
> cease all such actions and the District needs some insurance that it
> will be in Bellairs interest to do so.
>
> Please call me anytime today or over the weekend or Monday at
> 503-781-3458 to discuss.
>
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>    Brian:  See below.  Nancy Hungerford wants Don to sign the 2nd
> settlement agreement he did not sign last year (which also bars him
> from entering onto BSD property, etc.), as well as the attached "no
> disparagement" addendum.
>
>    I recommend not agreeing to sign the 2nd settlement agreement, but
> agreeing to have Don sign the no disparagement addendum.  If Don will
> act in accordance with the draft letter you sent me today, then he
> shouldn't have a problem signing this addendum.  Please review it and
> let me know your thoughts.
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>    Thanks - John

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Janet Hogue, then CEO of the BSD's fundraising organization, the BEF...

Janet Hogue, then CEO of the BSD's  fundraising organization, the BEF...
...representing herself as superintendent.

Oct 06 letter from new BSD HR director Sue Robertson

Oct 06 letter from new BSD HR director Sue Robertson
...blocking access to evidence that would demonstrate Beaverton administrative misconduct.

Response to Sue Robertson, BSD HR chief, concerning false allegations to conceal misconduct

Response to Sue Robertson, BSD HR chief, concerning false allegations to conceal misconduct

Letter from Jennifer Hungerford, former Beaverton atty referencing BSD money manager Dan Thomas

Letter from Jennifer Hungerford, former Beaverton atty referencing BSD money manager Dan Thomas

Hollis Lekas, former Beaverton HR admin., June 2004 "complaint" to TSPC...

Hollis Lekas, former Beaverton HR admin., June 2004 "complaint" to TSPC...
...after waiting on FDAB results.

Justice delayed...

Justice delayed...

...is justice denied, Tom Doyle-style

...is justice denied, Tom Doyle-style

Former TSPC investigator Nisbet working unethically with Tom Doyle, OEA atty

Former TSPC investigator Nisbet working unethically with Tom Doyle, OEA atty
Her actions were designed to affect the outcome of a federal lawsuit. She lost her job consequently (Like me, she was small enough to fail). The improper use of TSPC "stipulations" and "pass-the-trash" deals effectively lets lawyers and bureaucrats in Oregon education play "God" with student welfare and teacher careers...

TSPC director Vickie Chamberlain trying to work a "deal" with Doyle

TSPC director Vickie Chamberlain trying to work a "deal" with Doyle
Signing stipulations to protect BSD administrators who violated employment and civil rights laws

OEA Legal Conceals Fraud

OEA Legal Conceals Fraud
Mark Toledo tries to cover up for Tom Doyle

Former OEA President Larry Wolf denial of illegal civil suit filed by OEA atty Tom Doyle

Former OEA President Larry Wolf denial of illegal civil suit filed by OEA atty Tom Doyle
Wolf abdicates leadership of union's membership to OEA "Advocacy"