Skip to comments.Former Stockbridge teacher accused of threatening principal gets severance package worth $135,000
Posted on 05/12/2011 10:34:35 AM PDT by massmike
A former Stockbridge High School teacher accused of threatening to kill the principal signed a severance agreement that will cost Stockbridge Community Schools about $135,000.
Lynnette Brown, who resigned last month, will receive a lump sum payment of $50,000, reduced by necessary withholdings, on or before June 30, according to the agreement, obtained this week through a Freedom of Information Act request.
This is in addition to about seven months of pay and benefits, totaling about $52,402; insurance benefits, which cost $25,645, this school year, through August 2012; and some other provisions.
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It’s probably cheaper than pursuing legal action.
The beauty and glory of the teacher union!
Wouldn’t being arrested for this threatening behavior make a better “severance package”?
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