Dayton Public School Board Places Superintendent Corr On Administrative Leave
Dayton Public Schools Superintendent Rhonda Corr has been placed on administrative leave. DPS board members voted late Tuesday night to place Corr on leave and name associate superintendent, Elizabeth Lolli, as acting superintendent.
School board officials aren’t yet why Corr was removed as superintendent.
It is being reported that Corr and Lolli were under allegations of discrimination and harassment.
DPS has not responded to WYSO’s request for comment, but other news outlets are reporting that School board President Robert Walker has said the matter “has nothing to do with students" and described Corr’s relationship with students as “healthy and positive.”