Complaints filed against Hooksett School Board chairman
The first complaint was filed by Ray and Michelle Miclette regarding changes made to school board policy, and the other, filed by Marc Miville, takes issue with Korkosz’s handling of a formal complaint filed against fellow board member John Lyscars.
“This has nothing to do with the education of the school district’s students, and the people accusing me of breaking the rules are not following the rules themselves,” Korkosz said, adding, “I didn’t violate policy, so I expect nothing will change.”
Along with filing a complaint, Korkosz said she has received multiple right-to-know requests from fellow board member David Pearl, asking for some of her recent notes and correspondence. Pearl has also filed a formal complaint against the board regarding the policy changes, which were made during a July 16 meeting.
He said, “I filed the complaint because we modified three policies without following the policy for modifying policy.”
In their complaint, the Miclettes assert the same thing.
“Failure to know and understand this policy, and the subsequent allowance of this illegal procedure by Chairwoman Korkosz shows an egregious lack of understanding of policy procedure,” Miclettes writes in his complaint.
“I didn’t violate policy; the school board can revise policy at any time, and there doesn’t have to be a first and second reading. We are a policy-setting board, that is what we do,” Korkosz said.
“Chairman Korkosz’s personal disclosure of the ‘private’ complaint at a public school board environment, without the knowledge of your fellow board members, and with obvious intent to harm both parties involved, seemed to violate all common sense,” Miville wrote in his complaint.
The agreement between Manchester and Hooksett settles Hooksett’s breach claim against Manchester and Manchester’s injunction claim against Hooksett.
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