SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP) — The Scottsdale Unified School District has elected a new interim president amid allegations that board president distributed a "dossier" on some parents including photos and personal finances.
The district's governing board voted 4-1 at a Monday meeting to elect Patty Beckman as interim president.
Board President, Business Executive and Attorney Jann-Michael Greenburg cast the only vote against switching presidents. Scottsdale police are investigating the allegations against Greenberg.
District officials said Tuesday they are still in the process of selecting an outside forensic investigator to see if any school resources were utilized in the creation of Google Drive folders on certain parents.
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