For a second time this month, a Chester County School Board skeleton to accommodate behind sealed doors to speak about a district employee, and officials are still being tight-lipped about Superintendent Agnes Slayman’s indefinite, unexplained “personal leave.”
The propagandize house will accommodate Monday during 6:30 p.m., officials say. The district would report a assembly usually as observant propagandize house members devise to plead secretly “employment matters” and a “grievance” associated to someone’s employment.
The board, according to a bulletin for Monday’s meeting, also skeleton to get recommendation from a Chester County School District profession associated to a apparent worker protest and a undisclosed “employment matters.”
Earlier this month, The Herald initial reported that Superintendent Slayman has been on what propagandize district officials are job “personal leave,” yet district officials refused to answer questions about either her deficiency is intentional or either she’s being paid while not working. District officials also have declined to contend when Slayman began a leave of absence, and they won’t contend because a superintendent is not during work.
Slayman has not returned emails or several phone calls from The Herald.
Several relatives have told The Herald and a newspaper’s news partner, WSOC-TV, that they’re endangered about a district office’s new communication issues and wish an reason for Slayman’s leave of absence.
School house Chairwoman Denise Lawson has pronounced she’s unknowingly of such communication issues and has forked out that other district crew are obliged for Slayman’s duties in her absence. After a three-hour private executive house event progressing this month, Lawson would not contend what practice matter curators were discussing. The house shelved a Sept. 3 assembly though open row and though holding any actions in a open apportionment of a meeting.
Chester propagandize district curators also met final week though took no action.
Slayman’s deficiency has come during a time of row surrounding who will offer as confidence or law coercion during Chester High School’s home football games. At a final notation progressing this month, a propagandize district and a Chester County Sheriff’s Office sealed a proxy agreement that put deputies in uniform during a football stadium to yield security. It’s misleading what, if any, arrangement for confidence has been done for a rest of a season.
Slayman – who earns a income of $150,000, according to open annals – has been in assign of Chester County schools given Jan 2012. She’s spent some-more than 30 years in preparation and as an disciple for open schools, including as a teacher, principal and partner superintendent.
Check behind Monday night for sum from a propagandize house meeting.