TMF Good afternoon.
Are you never satisfied with honest statements?
How do you know if I am satisfied or not?
How do I know if your statements are honest?
If I might make a comment - you position things in your comments. E.g. by implying that I am not 'satisfied' or asserting that your statements are 'honest'.
Don't take that as a criticism - this may be just because you are tired or overly upset - or it might be because you have a bias or are 'running interference' - which might have as its origin loyalty to the school, or self interest/bias.
It is, however, true that your 'positioning' invariably serves to minimize concern.
There are other examples of this in your posts. E.g. when I said 'please make sure...' your response was 'the authorities are fully aware' (or similar phrasings. This was an odd/indirect response - because you were being asked to alert management to what you personally knew. Your response was not 'I have already done that' it was the more neutral 'the authorities are fully aware'. How do you know that the authorities are _fully_ aware? If you know everything that the authorities know - you would not be posting on the web. If you told the authorities what you know, why not simply say so. By writing 'fully' - you seem to be indicating all knowledge is already captured and there is nothing more to be learned.
And, you insinuated that even asking about this was questionable to you: 'I am not sure why you think they would not be aware.', you said. (Which I then explained - and you again objected - claiming that I was 'never satisfied' with 'honest statements'.
Anyway, I am very happy that you are here, and happy to learn that 'The authorities are fully aware.'
Let's hope that any sudden departures that the authorities know about are treated appropriately.