Dear Principal Somerville,

The recent teacher student fight in your school has prompted me to submit this proposal to you. I attempted to contact you by phone but your personal secretary, Ms. Latimer, instructed me to send you an email regarding my services.

As a consultant, I offer a service that will reduce tension in your school that exists between your teachers and students and is the source of many teacher student fights. While I am almost sure that you have implemented measures to offset the consequences of the fight, I am also certain that my services will benefit you, your teachers, and your students.

Enclosed you will find a proposal for the service that I offer. I will follow up with you in the next few days to ensure that you have received the proposal. I look forward to a meeting with you and will entertain any questions that you may have at that time.

Sincerely, Dr. Derrick L. Campbell

The Classroom Racism Exterminator

PO Box 1668 Blackwood, NJ 08012

Enclosure: Proposal


You will need to begin a major transition with the intent of improving teacher-student classroom relationships at the Carver Vocational Technical High School. A recent incident of a teacher students fight has reached the national audience. Some students have sided with the teacher which will result in fights between students. Students who disagree with the teachers behaviors will choose to become oppositional to all teachers in the school resulting in additional disciplinary consequences as well as underachievement for a considerable amount of students. Without the proper transition you and your administrators will become inundated with delving out discipline, confrontational conferences with parents, and instructional staff that will continue to seek validation in all of their decisions.

The transition that you need will require reducing student disciplinary consequences that result for student-student interactions and teacher-student interactions. Students who believe that the disciplinary consequences are unwarranted will choose to either skip that teachers class or even skip school. Students who choose to skip school may decide to dropout of school which will only impact standardized testing results and the school graduation rate. The only way to offset the consequences of the teacher student fight is to promote positive teacher student classroom relationships.


The objectives of this consulting assistance include, but are not limited to:

  • Reduce teacher-student fights and conflicts
  • Reduce student-student fights and conflicts
  • Reduce the need for police or security intervention
  • Reducing the student dropout rate
  • Increase student graduation rate
  • Increase student achievement
  • Using this opportunity to improve community relations
  • Preventing problems before the more expensive and sometimes embarrassing contingent actions are taken.


The value of this project is multifold, including:

  • Avoiding the negative media associated with teacher student fights
  • Improved teacher-student interactions
  • Increased student education in the eyes of the Baltimore City community
  • Increase academic achievement
  • Decreased disciplinary infractions
  • Organizational effectives without the adverse effects of blaming teachers, students, parents, administrators, or any other school stakeholders.
  • Demonstration that major changes can be managed by existing staff without loss of focus or effectiveness on normal priorities.


The maximum transition time is estimated to take 11 months (excluding the summer months when school is not in session), which is a reasonable expectation, barring unforeseen developments. I am able to begin within a week of your approval, provided that it is forthcoming by the beginning of November, 2014.


There are three levels of interaction that can be effective for this project, depending on the degree of help and participation you desire from your consultant.

Option 1: Leadership Training Seminar

  • Learn the essential components for eliminating teacher students classroom tensions
  • Learn how the components of a dysfunctional organization contribute to teacher student classroom tensions in schools
  • Learn the essential components necessary for implementing an organizational transition that reduces teacher student tensions

Option 2: Audit

  • Evaluate root cause(s) of teacher student tensions using quantitative methods
  • Evaluate root cause(s) of teacher student tensions using qualitative methods
  • Evaluate values, attitudes, and beliefs that contribute to teacher student tensions
  • Develop Systemic Structure to determine best starting point to reduce teacher student tensions
  • Determine best leadership practices for reducing teacher student tensions

Option 3: Promoting Positive Teacher-Student Classroom Relationships Program

  • Determine root cause(s) using quantitative and qualitative methods
  • Develop Systemic Structure to determine best starting point to reduce teacher student tensions
  • Determine values, attitudes, and beliefs that contribute to teacher student tensions
  • Conduct a leadership analysis to determine most effective team for piloting program implementation
  • Facilitate 11 month program
  • Facilitate 10 customized Promoting Positive Teacher Student Classroom Relationships Strategic Planning sessions
  • Finalize organizational manual for Promoting Positive Teacher Student Classroom Relationships
  • This option is for organizations that desire to maximize the effectiveness of this transition.

Note that all options include unlimited access to my time and help within the parameters described.


You would be responsible for internal scheduling, reasonable access to key personnel, on-site administrative support, and reasonable access to past and current documentation that would aid the project. I would sign all required nondisclosure and confidentiality agreements. We agree to immediately appraise each other of any intelligence or findings that would impact the success of the project so that rapid action could be considered.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS For the purpose of this contract, I am not assessing a daily or hourly rate. You should not have to make an investment decision every time my assistance may be needed, nor should your people have to seek permission to spend money if they need my help. This is a unique feature of my consulting practice. Fees for the options are:

Option 1: $ 5,000. – (Limited to 25 persons)

Option 2: $23,000.

Option 3: $36,000.

These fees are inclusive of expenses, so long as all work required is in the general Baltimore City area. All travel, administrative, logistical, and com­munication expenses are included, so there is no further amount due for either option. Payment terms are as follows:

  • Fifty percent due on acceptance of this proposal.
  • Fifty percent due 45 days after acceptance.

We offer a courtesy discount of 10 percent when the full fee is paid upon acceptance.


Your signature below indicates acceptance of this proposal and the terms and conditions herein. Alternatively, your initial payment per the terms above will also represent acceptance of this proposal.

Please check the option you prefer:     __ #1 __ #2 __#3

For The Saving Empire: Signature:

Name: Derrick L. Campbell,Ed.D_______________________________________

Direct Line: (856) 566-2367

Title: Chief Executive Officer

Date: October 20, 2014

For Carver Vocational Technical High School

Signature: _________________________________________________________

Name: ____________________________________________________________

Title: _____________________________________________________________

Date: _____________________________________________________________

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