Superintendent Hilderbrand Placed On Administrative Leave

  • 9/21/2018 3:23:35 PM
  • Jesse Smith
  • Local News

MADISON, OH - After an emergency meeting on Friday afternoon, Madison Schools officials confirmed with WMFD that the Madison School Board has voted unanimously five to zero to place Superintendent Shelley Hilderbrand on paid administrative leave.

Madison parents and concerned citizens have heavily criticized Hilderbrand's tenure over the past several months, culminating in hundreds of people showing up to school board meetings and the organization of several town hall meetings, unrelated to school board meetings.

The decision was made after an earlier meeting on Wednesday the 19th when school board officials held a special meeting to receive legal counsel about "complaints against a public employee or official." That meeting saw school board members in a private executive session for three and a half hours as parents and community members eagerly awaited any kind of news.


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