Superintendent puts foot down in Wrenshall


September 9, 2022

Brady Slater

A protester appeared outside Wrenshall School on Wednesday, displaying a sign prior to the school board's committee of the whole meeting aimed at bringing back former technology director, Jamie Hopp. Hopp was terminated last month in a move approved by the board following an investigation into a threat she made against the superintendent.

The superintendent's introduction of a formal complaint form for use going forward opened the floodgates at Wrenshall Schools on Wednesday.

Meeting during the committee of the whole, board members praised a new complaint form, designed to go to the superintendent, or board chair should the complaint address the superintendent. Complaints can come from students, parents, employees or community members.

"We need to be transparent about where to go," board member Nicole Krisak said.

Superintendent Kim Belcastro agreed, then proceeded to remind the board her contract was up and she was able to...

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