Glynn Thompson, the Superintendent of the San Juan Unified School District, was placed on paid administrative leave while investigation is conducted into allegations that Thompson created a hostile work environment.
Nine hostile work environment complaints were submitted with the California Fair Employment and Housing Commission by current and former Sand Juan district employees.
At a board of trustees meeting on May 14, several people discussed issues that they had with Thompson.
A statement from former Twin Lakes Elementary School Principal Christine Ohlinger was read to the board. Ohlinger claims that Thompson was hostile and micro-managed her.
Ohlinger said that she felt her “only option was to take early retirement due to the hostile working conditions perpetrated by Superintendent Thompson.”