At the regular meeting of the Alexandria School Board on Monday, November 17, board members took action to accept the resignation of Superintendent Rick Lahn, effective December 31, 2014. Lahn resigns as Superintendent, Quist stays on By Annie Harman November 18, 2014 at 4:12 p.m. Echo Press (Lapdog Media, right?) and Forum Communications Company
And I predicted the resignation way way back on October 30, 2104, didn't I?
C. Resignation in lieu of discharge Minn. Stat. § 13.43.
In certain situations, a city may provide an employee who would otherwise be terminated with the opportunity to resign his or her position with the city.A key advantage of a resignation is that the Minnesota Government Data Practices Act protects most of the information surrounding a resignation as private data (not available to the public). Much of the information related to a discharge or an involuntary termination, however, is available to the public and, therefore, available to any potential future employer. This makes it logical to assume that an employee who has been discharged from a position would have a harder time finding another job than an employee who has resigned from a position. It is important to note that the MGDPA does make public certain data related to separation agreements with management employees. Data related to complaints and investigations may need to be disclosed upon request even if an employee resigns. The definition of who fits within the level of employee changes based on the size of the government employer. A city entering into a separation agreement or accepting the resignation of a higher level employee should seek legal advice on the appropriate data classifications. Some of the reasons that a city might offer resignation in lieu of discharge include:• The city and the employee don’t really have a bad relationship, but the requirements of the position and the skills and abilities of the employee are not a good match.
• The employee has been a solid employee but has done something for which the city’s policy indicates he or she must be terminated from employment.• The city wishes to negotiate a termination agreement with the employee but does not want to expose the city to post-termination proceedings or litigation.
• Performance indicates that the employee should be terminated, but the city does not wish to leave future employers with the impression that the discharge was for reasons of misconduct.
League of Minnesota Cities, Human Resources Reference Manual , Chapter 3 , Discipline and Termination, Page 14-15.
Lion News: Harassing Phone Calls From Sick Rick Lahn – District 206 School Superintendent?
Lion News: MDE's Commissioner Casselius Covers Up Illegal Searches At Lahn's Dist. 206 School?
I did, didn't I?
All those recorded phone calls to the Minnesota Dept. of Education finally had the desired effect, didn't they? They did, didn't they?
Plus, the yet to be released secret video of Amy Sack, Assistant Principal definitely was weighing on sick Rick's mind, wasn't it? It was, wasn't it?
What video? The secret video outlined in the complaint filed with the corrupt Douglas County Attorney's office, right?
And that conversation was secretly recorded also, wasn't it? It was, wasn't it?
Just another example why these corrupt local official's every conversation can and must be recorded, right? That's right, isn't it?
I would like to thank sick Rick Lahn for his help in undermining the confidence in his corrupt school system, wouldn't it? I would, wouldn't I?
More to come . . .
District 206 School's Dirty Little Secrets? Amy Sack, Assistant Principal Forced To Resign Effective August 1, 2014? (Resignation In Lieu Of Prosecution, Right??) Superintendent Sick Rick Lahn's So-Called Personal Leave Prelude To Resignation? (Resignation In Lieu Of Prosecution, Right??) Lahn's & Sack's Criminal Acts Of Illegal Searches, Harassment, And Illegally Withheld/Destroyed Evidence The Cause? Another Virtual Kick In The Nuts For Sicko Lahn, Right?
Sick Rick Lahn District 206 Superintendent, The Harassing Phone Caller, Gets Reported To Dept. Of Education? Commissioner Cassellius Given Evidence Principal Sack Destroyed Surveillance Video Of Illegal Search Of Student Greg Brunner's Vehicle? Lahn's Virtual Kick In The Nuts, Right?
Douglas County Parents: Are Your Children Safe? District 206 Students Interrogated? Another Facebook Fiasco In The Works? Nemmers Victim Of District's Harassing Phone Calls, Third Degree, And Diabolical Data Dodging Scam? School Indoctrinates Students Into Thinking That Administration And District's Legal Counsel Are About The Law?