Huron Schools face difficult choices

May 9, 2013

Excerpt: We've stated before in this space we believe each Huron school board member thoughtfully considered the circumstances and voted their conscious on the vote to terminate district superintendent Fred Fox. 

Although the vote was a 3-2 vote to fire Fox, the split doesn't represent a nefarious intention on anyone's part. In the end it was an honest difference of opinion in which each member on either side of the question made legitimate arguments for their positions. 

But that leaves the board, and more importantly, the school district  in a big mess that will take extraordinary effort and diplomacy to pull out of.  Fox and the board members all face the prospect of being entangled in litigation for years to come that will include endless conversations with attorneys and endless invoices from them. 

The best both Fox and board members might be able to do now is to hammer out an agreement to end the litigation.

Perhaps everyone could take a deep breath and ask themselves and each other, "What's it going to take to do that?"  



Time to meet in the Thunderdome !


To Freddie: "The greatness of a man is not in how much wealth he acquires but in his integrity and his ability to affect those around him positively." - Bob Marley

Julie R.

Instead of some of you Huronites worrying about Fred Fox why not go worry about following the laws yourselves ---- no matter what the joke courts say. Why don't you and/or your dirt-bag attorneys go commence an action in the common pleas court to have the crimes on an elderly person's property seven months before her death acknowledged so the property can be put back into her estate ...... so the poor, poor realtor that whined nine months after that scam court-ordered sheriff sale (nine MONTHS?) that he was denied title insurance can get a clear title and won't have to use the property as rental property.