Moffat County school board puts superintendent on paid leave without explanation

KDVR: A vote Monday night in Moffat County added to a trend that’s been recently impacting both Colorado’s young students and their parents.

According to the Craig Press, the Moffat County Board of Education held a private meeting in executive session and voted unanimously after to place Superintendent Scott Pankow on paid administrative leave. No further information was released about the reason for the move.

“Given our respect for Mr. Pankow and appreciation for his efforts to this point, the district board will not comment further at the present time in detail on the nature of our decision,” Board President Jo Ann Baxter said in a statement confirming the decision.

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