PLUM (KDKA) — The Plum School Board has voted to accept the resignation of its superintendent.READ MORE: Police Investigating Fight At North Versailles Bowling Alley
Dr. Timothy Glasspool submitted his letter of resignation last week, citing “hostile behavior” by some school board members.
In his letter, Glasspool requested a year’s salary of $157,000 plus health benefits through June, as well as $26,000 for unused sick and vacation days.READ MORE: Live Winter Storm Tracker: Pittsburgh Area Digs Out After Heavy Snowfall Blankets Region
The board voted Tuesday evening to accept his resignation, along with an undisclosed settlement.
Glasspool was placed on leave following a sex abuse scandal involving teachers in the district.
He was later reinstated after an investigation found no legal reason to fire him.MORE NEWS: Gov. Jim Justice Resumes Briefings, Says COVID-19 Is ‘Tough Stuff’
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