That's an incredibly complicated undertaking, and Giles has put his heart and soul into it for 22 years at Capital High alone. He was one of the original members of the staff when the school opened, and he is in his ninth year as principal.
It's easy money to nitpick at educators. It's much more demanding to do what Giles attempts.
He's not just marking time in a cushy job. He's passionate about what he does.
Giles insists on good behavior. He insists on mutual respect. He makes students think and work.
He fights the good fight every day - for children of every description.
That's what he is supposed to do.
He deserves a lot more respect than he gets.