NAPOLEON — In a déjà vu scenario, Dr. Al Haschak, superintendent of the Napoleon Area City School district since September 2008, was placed on an indefinite administrative leave, on or about Aug. 20, just days before the start of the new school year.

 

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4 Responses to “Haschak on leave; no contract renewal”

  1. Alumni

    Err, correction—-life in the government “FOOL” ivory tower.
    Really folks, there are no signs of improvement on the horizon. It is time to peacfully dismantle this system.

  2. Miriam St. Jean

    Wow. This guy was placed on administrative leave here a few years ago, and it cost the taxpayers a couple hundred grand, if I remember correctly…………wonder how much he’s going to cost the Napoleon Area City School District?

    The man simply refuses to “play nice” with others – now, what would be REALLY fun would be if the Napoleon School District sued the Mount Vernon School District for giving Hashack a letter of reference, which influenced their decision to hire him in the first place.

    Stranger things have happened in this little berg.

    Am chuckling.