ROFL...after several years of unofficial and official complaints to the man himself, the school, local and state union and school officials, etc., it finally came out that our head school administrator has a mental issue that explains his erratic behaviors, off-the-wall comments and actions, and over-the-top/bullying responses to questions or comments about them. The consensus seems to be we should overlook him because he has diagnosed mental problems and doesn't always know what he's saying or doing. While we are reassured his medication, once adjusted, will control the issues, I'm left feeling just as helpless as ever! While I've not been on the extreme end of his actions, my evaluations and questions have resulted in scores and reputation defamation. It means little in the overall scheme of things, but because he was on an "off" day and marked me off in areas I can prove I was n compliance, I feel I'm justified in asking that the evaluation be expunged and re-done by a competent administrator, of which we have several. Many other teachers in identical situations feel the same, but we don't want to come across as retaliatory or taking advantage of his situation. Any feedback on situations such as this? Mine is a minor issue that probably won't be brought up again, but it does matter to me. I know others who are affected by formal observations in the same way, though, and we are all wondering.