In Frankfort, Barbara Erwin is getting ready to greet her new bosses, the Kentucky Board of Education.
Meanwhile, the police in St Charles have launched an investigation into missing confidential files related to Erwin. The "word on the street" in St Charles says the missing files, which belong to the district, may be Erwin's personnel file.
This from the Kane County Chronicle.
ST. CHARLES – A report of missing paperwork from the school district’s administrative office has prompted a police investigation, police and school district officials said Tuesday.
The investigation began after a call from Superintendent Donald Schlomann on his second day on the job.“
The police are investigating the potential removal of documents that are district property that reflect information that is normally kept confidential within the district,” Schlomann said.
Police are questioning School District 303 administrators, board members, and those close to the district as part of the investigation that began July 3, St. Charles police Cmdr. Dave Jannusch said.
Asked whether the documents related to departing Superintendent Barbara Erwin, school board President Kathleen Hewell said they were, but added that she had “no idea what is missing.
We’re not sure if it has been misplaced or what.”
Schlomann said police have told him that the investigation should near conclusion by week’s end.
Erwin did not return calls Tuesday.