SCOTTSDALE, AZ — The Scottsdale Unified School District has elected a new interim president after allegations against President Jann-Michael Greenburg that he had distributed a "dossier" on some parents, including photos and personal finances.
The SUSD board voted 4-1 at a Monday night meeting to elect Patty Beckman as interim president as parents gathered outside to call for Greenburg's resignation.
Scottsdale Unified School District Superintendent Dr. Scott Menzel released the following statement Monday night after the board elected a new interim president and addressed an ongoing investigation.
The Scottsdale Police Department said in a previous statement it was aware of and investigating allegations after the district's superintendent reported that Greenburg had shared the document containing parents' personal details.
Scottsdale police said they will report the department's findings when the investigation is completed.
Greenburg, a business executive and attorney, was the sole no vote at the Monday meeting.
Like many school boards nationwide, Scottsdale’s has clashed with some parents over coronavirus-related policies.