At the end of 2013, Kettering City Schools was celebrating voters’ approval of new levy funding, a clean audit from the state, and a glowing report card — one that ranked the district among Ohio’s elite in student growth for the second straight year.
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Schoenlein “leaned over the desk pointing his finger at me and shouted, ‘Your numbers better be (expletive) right or I’ll kill you. I’ll (expletive) kill you.”
- Complaint filed by then Kettering City School Treasurer Steve Clark against then Superintendent James Schoenlein in December 2012.
“There are two sides to every story. That one is outright lies, gross exaggerations, massive fantasies and delusions of grandeur.”
- Schoenlein referring to Clark’s allegations in a July 14 memo from his attorney to the school board.