A Grove City man has threated to sue his school district to prevent someone awaiting trial for drunk driving from taking the superintendent's job.
(R)esident Jason Reeher said the arrest means Mextorf doesn't meet the district's standards for ethics and integrity.
That certainly makes the upcoming primary more interesting. Reeher retrieved the school district's own job search information and found a serious conflict.
The school board still defends their decision:
The school board president said Mextorf was very candid about his arrest, and that he came with glowing recommendations and was the believed to be the "best candidate" for the job.
There will be a candidate's forum a the Grove City High School LGI room on May 10 from 7:00-9:00pm. This is one day after Dr. Mextorf's hearing and the regular school board meeting.