The district has decided to waive attorney-client privilege in the matter of its onetime lawyer and will release its own independent probe and forensic audit.
Two former officials of a suburban Philadelphia school district who resigned following a text message scandal have now been charged with having stolen money from the district.
It was the technology director who discovered the racial text messages that led to last week’s resignation of superintendent Richard Como and athletic director James Donato.
On Wednesday, he did say his office was already looking into an issue within the Coatesville Area School District before the text message exchange between former School Superintendent Richard Como and former Athletic Director Jim Donato surfaced.
In a 6 to 1 vote, the school board accepted the resignations of Superintendent Richard Como and athletic director Jim Donato Tuesday night.
A cloud of unease surrounded Coatesville Area High School Monday morning, as the school community reacted to disturbing allegations that two former school district officials used racially insensitive comments in text message exchanges.