After Soto's report went nowhere, district officials discounted at least five other red flags about Whitehurst's conduct, records show.
Would I be in the dark to begin attending on Thursday afternoon or evening? What do I do if I’m a full time student but I do not have a student ID? When we receive your check, we will email you a confirmation and then you will be able to register as a “Fully Paid Alumni” (See steps in Question #3 above). How will I be able to go out during the times of “Love in Action”? Usually not but you would have to contact the hotels to see if any of them would provide this service for you. Will I be close enough to walk from any of the hotels to the School location?
Does someone tell me where to go during the “Love in Action” times? Often we have a company working with us to record the sessions so that you can purchase the ones you missed. What do I do if I’m a full time student but I do not have a student ID? Just pre-register as a student and then let us know at registration you don’t have a student ID. Be sure to then click on CONTINUE at the bottom of the page. If the web site requests sends you to paypal or asks for your credit card information, most likely either your name or email address is not an exact match with our system. If for some reason you are not going to attend, you must notify us at [email protected]
How will I know where to go during the “Love in Action” times? Often we have a company working with us to video and audio record the sessions so that you can purchase the ones you missed. Although the sessions to some degree, build on one another, we encourage people to attend whatever sessions they can. Complete the Name and Address section but Do NOT enter your credit card information or the Billing Name and Address section.
More importantly, it served as an opportunity for Portland Public Schools to put a stop to Whitehurst's behavior.
When Soto mustered the courage to report him, it was the first time, records indicate, that Oregon's largest school district received a detailed first-person complaint that the charming educator and coach might pose a threat to students.