Apr 022015
 April 2, 2015  Posted by  Breaches, Youth & Schools

Mareesia Nicosia reports:

A Clarkstown school district parent is calling on a Board of Education member to resign after officials said he wrongly forwarded her private email about concerns in her child’s school.

The Board of Education held a special meeting Tuesday to investigate how Allison Jaynes’ email to board members, the superintendent and the Felix Festa Middle School principal ended up on a public Facebook page Sunday evening, less than two hours after she sent it.

Board President Mike Aglialoro said officials determined Trustee Chris Conti forwarded Jaynes’ message to his personal email account minutes after he’d received it at his board email account.

Read more on LoHud.

Yes, communications may be subject to open records laws or freedom of information requests, but that doesn’t mean that board members should just disseminate whatever they receive – particularly when the communication includes students’ names, grades, and buildings.

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