Fred Fox, the district's former superintendent, is appealing his April firing in court.
If Fox wins, Huron Schools
may be forced to reinstate him as superintendent.
Fox's Kalahari friend giving a ton of business to Caporini's cement company but none to Asher's hardware store ......... Kalahari giving all of their business to Fox's Huron realtor friend to sell condos and none to the other Huron realtors ........ Fox allowing his friend at the bus garage to sell an old school bus for $1 to a friend and when some of Fox's enemies went to the police about it, a former police chief wouldn't do anything because he was related to the one that bought the school bus ......
The school must feel VERY secure that Fox
won't be back on the job when they can hire a permanent replacement.
If this should lean in the direction of Fox
, the school will be in double jeopardy with having to deal with honoring or buying out two contracts especially if Fox settles for his
I do not think we need to be worried that Fox
will get his
The current board will not reinstate him and if it goes to trial, the judge does not have the power to make the board reinstate him.
Personally, I do not think he
will win but if he
does, buying out his
contract will be worth it.