Tuesday, June 25, 2013

News from Last Night's BOE Meeting

While the public may still be curious about the basis for the allegations of sexual harassment made against former Hudson High principal Thomas Gavin by district superintendent Maria Suttmeier, he's back. According to the Register-Star, the HCSD Board of Education "agreed that Mr. Gavin, without further incident, will continue his employment with the district until his retirement on Sept. 10, 2015." Gavin will be "back with the district by July 1."  

The Register-Star also reports today that the BOE voted unanimously to appoint Joseph Carr, retired HCSD custodian now working on his bachelor's degree, to the seat that HCSD science teacher Lynn Lee won in the May 21 election. Lee never took the oath of office because to do so would have forced her to forfeit a $20,000 early retirement incentive. Another problem solved.

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