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Monday, June 18, 2018

Fayetteville boots its school superintendent

Posted By on Mon, Jun 18, 2018 at 7:20 PM

HE'S GONE: Superintendent Wendt.
  • HE'S GONE: Superintendent Wendt.

40/29 reports that the Fayetteville School Board Monday night ended its contract with Superintendent Matthew Wendt.

He'd been suspended with pay since April 8, following an allegation of sexual harassment by a district employee.

The 40/29 link takes you to a video of the meeting.

40/29 said the vote was 7-0 to fire Wendt, effectively a finding that allegations against him were true. Wendt's attorney argued for compensation

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