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Wednesday February 21st 2018



San Juan School District Superintendent put on administrative leave during investigation of hostile work environment allegations

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.”

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