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School district head steps down

OESJ superintendent was on paid leave

April 24, 2014

OPPENHEIM — Oppenheim-Ephratah-St. Johnsville Central School Superintendent Laura Lawrence has stepped down from her job after being on paid administrative leave for nearly six month....

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Apr-24-14 7:43 PM

Holy cow that's a lot of cash!

Good thing the taxpayers foot the bill, could you imagine if those involved had to pay?

I guess they'll just buy fewer books or cancel some field trips. Maybe jack up taxes and cancel some sports.

Don't worry about the kids, they're just the revenue stream.

In fact the lower their scores, the more state revenue. Just look at Johnstown.

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Apr-24-14 3:00 PM

It's been a train wreck since Russom and Fatta left, both of whom are having the last laugh, glad that they're out of that zoo. I sympathize with you dirtracefan, and hope things can regain a sense of normalcy there.

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Apr-24-14 1:58 PM

This is an outrage, I don't know how some of you other people feel about this but as a Taxpayer this is a complete disgusting joke. Not only did the District have to pay the Outgoing Superintendent for 6 months on paid administrative leave, but they had to pay an Interim Superintendent all this time as well, and we still do not know WHY. This is a total Injustice to the Taxpayers and the Students for that matter. This whole matter really stinks, not just because it has cost the District Thousands of Dollars, but we don't even know why it happened in the first place.

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