After more than three hours in closed session Wednesday night, April 25, chairman Chris Russell reported that the school board had voted unanimously to delegate day-to-day school district operations to the administrative cabinet once a separation agreement with Superintendent Glenn Harris is finalized and until the position is filled.
Asked if that meant the separation agreement with Harris was not a done deal, Russell said the agreement had not been finalized. The cabinet will report directly to Russell.
Trustees were also scheduled to meet in their capacity as the Plumas County Office of Education board. Other than public comment, only one item appeared on the agenda: public employment of Superintendent Harris. Responding to public concern about the legality of the item -- as county superintendent Harris is not an employee, but an elected official -- trustee Bret Cook moved to remove the item from the agenda. The motion passed unanimously, leaving the board with no further business to conduct.
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