School Superintendent Allegedly Harasses Parents Online – And Gets a $130,000 Payout!
Schools claim to have zero-tolerance for bullying, unless you’re an employee. And then, it pays to be a bully.
Missouri’s Fox School District superintendent Diane Critchlow is accused of harassing parents online and calling them “buffoons,” among other things.
That’s right. For her handiwork, Critchlow scored a $130,000 payout. The superintendent has been on “medical” leave and three others have been placed on leave, as well.
A lawsuit filed by the victims accuses Critchlow and the others of posting comments online about them.
“Some posts on the Topix website accused the critics of depravity and criminal acts, including sex with animals and possession of child pornography,” according to the suit, the St. Louis post-Dispatch reports.
An investigation allegedly found the comments were posted on the website by someone inside Critchlow’s house.