LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) — A settlement has been reached within the termination case between Jefferson County Public Faculties and former Norton Elementary principal Ken Stites.
An attraction listening to was scheduled to be held Monday in Louisville, however because the two sides have reached an settlement, it is going to not be wanted.
Attorneys confirmed with WDRB Information on Wednesday that the 2 sides reached an settlement, however the particulars weren’t instantly obtainable.
Stites was fired in Might by then-Superintendent Dr. Donna Hargens for conduct unbecoming of a principal, inefficiency, insubordination and neglect of obligation.
In line with his termination letter, Stites was fired after the district questioned the place Stites’ youngsters have been dwelling as a result of he owns a house in Indiana. Along with the residency situation, the district additionally states in its termination letter that allegations have been made that he had “improperly overstaffed a place at (the) faculty and had inappropriately influenced (the) SBDM council to defund and take away the place from (the) faculty utterly.”
It isn’t recognized if Stites will get a job again with JCPS and, in that case, in what capability he shall be allowed to return.
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