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

Tom Husted, Beaverton Education Association uniserve representative, refuses to oversee advocacy Monday November 14, 2005

Q: Nancy Hungerford, former attorney for Beaverton School District 
A: Linda Borquiat, former associate superintendent of Beaverton Schools
Q. Do you have contact with the Beaverton Education Association as you work with various personnel problems?
A. Uh-huh. I think we probably are a little bit unique in how we work with our association. The person who is the administrator of certificated personnel, which is a job I have also held in the past, and I meet usually twice a month and go over any kind of what we call Issues sessions.

Below is a copy of a November 2005 (nearing TWO years since I was fired) email from Tom Husted, Beaverton Education Association uniserve representative, responding to my request for support:

Date: Mon, 14 Nov 2005 11:03:34 -0800
From: Tom.Husted@oregoned.org
To: bellairsd@yahoo.com
CC: Hanna.Vaandering@oregoned.org,

Don – I (we-BEA) am not going to get in the middle of this. Mr. Doyle is a fine attorney and I suggest you take up your concerns with him or his supervisor if you are unhappy with his representation.









From: Don Bellairs [mailto:bellairsd@yahoo.com
Sent: Friday, November 11, 2005 5:03 AM
To: Husted, Tom [OR]
Subject: Teacher Double Standards and Deviant Practices Commission

Tom,
My case has taken on a whole new ambiance. The TSPC and BSD are openly in collusion ( I will explain when we meet). Is this Oregon or Ukraine ? Doyle is working very closely with the other side and providing me with limited information. I paid for this service?
I would like the BEA to send a letter to all members about my case. If you do not inform membership of the processes that can be used against them by employers and a corrupt state licensing board, you are remiss as an advocate of teachers.
Please be in touch. We are near the end of this and I am getting together my resources. I will need for you to testify at TSPC and at the federal case. Please email me with a time next week when I can sit with you and the new BEA rep and get you caught up.
Thank you.
Don Bellairs
Janet Hogue and Linda Borquist do not own public education. Big shots always cheat if nobody prevents it. Who prevents it in Beaverton ?






Date: Mon, 14 Nov 2005 11:03:34 -0800
From: Tom.Husted@oregoned.org
To: bellairsd@yahoo.com
CC: Hanna.Vaandering@oregoned.org, doylet@bennetthartman.com

Subject: RE: Teacher Double Standards and Deviant Practices Commission

Don – I (we-BEA) am not going to get in the middle of this. Mr. Doyle is a fine attorney and I suggest you take up your concerns with him or his supervisor if you are unhappy with his representation.


Linda Borquist, then-associate supt.,  Beaverton School District
FDAB testimony
June 2004
Q (by Nancy Hungerford, BSD atty) In the course of performing your job, do you work with principals and other administrators assisting them when they have employees who are having difficulties in performing their jobs?
A  (by Linda Borquist, BSD assoc. supt) Yes. We encourage that so that we make sure we follow the right procedures and do things right. It's not something a principal might do every day, so we encourage that they call our office. We work closely with them.
Q. Can you speak just generally about what advice you give to principals in terms of how to work with the teacher when there's difficulties that they're
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encountering with either performance of duties or conduct issues?
A. Well, we try and do, unless it's an illegal act -- obviously that's different. But we have the principal, first of all, have informal conversations and directives with the teacher and basically let them know what the improper behavior or the skill deficits are or
whatever it is that they need to work on. If we get a parent complaint, we encourage the parent to go directly and talk to the teacher. We try to resolve it at the smallest level. If that doesn't work, then we have a more formal conference. We typically put things in the working file as kind of the first ringing of the bell that there's
something serious. We put it in the working file. We know that we can use anything in that working file for a period of a year. So we'll keep things in there with hopes -- our hope always is that we have done our hiring well and that we, you know, are going to have a long, successful career with that individual, whether it's a teacher or another employee. But if things start happening again over the course of -- in that period of a year, then we're watching the time line pretty closely to make sure we have everything in that working file move forward to the
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personnel file in a summary letter so that if need be --and our hope is we don't have to, but if need be, we can use those incidents if we need to move forward with the dismissal or other kind of action. So, you know, first of all, it's the informal piece of letting people know there's a problems. The next piece is a more formal conversation with something probably going in the working file. And the third piece would be a formal write-up that goes in the personnel file.
Q. Do you have contact with the Beaverton Education Association as you work with various personnel problems?
A. Uh-huh. I think we probably are a little bit unique in how we work with our association. The person who is the administrator of certificated personnel, which is a job I have also held in the past, and I meet usually twice a month and go over any kind of what we call Issues sessions. We look at, you know, things that have been brought to either of our attentions, and we go through and have an open discussion about what we're hearing or seeing. The hope is that we would, again, resolve it at the smallest level. We are very frank with each other. We don't really hold any secrets or hold any information back. But we try to proactively work together. We've operated that
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way for at least 12, maybe 15 years, ever since I can kind of remember with, you know, past association presidents. It is a culture that we have built. Because of that we have very, very few grievances. I can maybe think of three in my ten years in -- 12 years in HR. You know, I've never sat before this kind of a board before with a Fair Dismissal hearing. We're actively working together. Obviously they have a role of representing in this case a teacher, and we have a role that we need to play. But we try and work cooperatively. When I have a meeting that I'm going to be setting up with a teacher, I give what I would call a heads-up phone call to the association president or the Uniserv rep saying that this person will be expecting a call from X because they'll probably be calling you. We're going to have a meeting. I want to make sure you're available when they call so they can have
representation. That's how open our relationship is.
Q. You mentioned that you had these meetings generally twice a month. Who are those with?
A. It's my administrator for certificated personnel, the Uniserv rep and the BEA president.
Q. Now, there are some documents in the file. I just want to have you take a look at the beginning, and one of those is behind tab 3. It's the Code of
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Professional Conduct & Annual Notices for Education Practitioners. Can you describe how this document has been developed and how it's used?
A. Yes. Actually, I developed it about ten years ago after I had been in HR first as an assistant director. What I note is -- for our employees is that the statutes, the Ethical Educator standards, some of the sexual harassment policies, affirmative action, are all sort of scattered in various documents or in different notebooks. The attempt here was to put it in a simple document so that everybody knew what the rules of the profession, if you will, would be. There would be no surprises about what our standards were as a district and as a profession. So that's what we put together. I review this every summer to make sure that we have current policies, if there are any policy changes, so forth. So we'll update it and make sure it's current every year before we give it out. It is an annual notice. And I also personally go over this with every new employee orientation. We have a big new employee orientation for every new employee and also provide these to them throughout the year. I use this as a reference guide and actually talk from this document. Again, it's to make sure that everybody understands what our profession is about.

The following document is a disciplinary notice for missing a meeting while moving my dying mother. It is from Malcolm Dennis and dated a day after his reference letter of June 2003. 


Mr. Dennis illegally post-dated my 2002-03 evaluation to accommodate this document. (Note presence of TOM HUSTED, Beaverton Education Association Uniserve Representative.  He never mentioned this meeting or any others he had about my employment with Beaverton.)




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"