PLUM (KDKA) — Following a scathing grand jury report citing “systematic failures to protect students,” the superintendent of Plum Borough School District has been placed on paid administrative leave.
This comes less than a week after the principal of Plum High School was placed on paid administrative leave.READ MORE: Homestead Grays Bridge Will Be Rededicated On Sunday
On Wednesday, the Plum School Board made an “offer” to school superintendent, Dr. Timothy Glasspool, giving him 48 hours to make a decision.
The offer, made after board members met in executive session, came after the superintendent was hammered by critics at the Plum Junior High School.READ MORE: Tornado Warning Issued In Northern Ohio, West Of Mercer County
Parent William Fenk said, “How many children got sucked into the cracks because you weren’t doing your jobs?”Local Nursing Home Recreates Day Korean War Veteran Met His Sweetheart 70 Years Ago