TR Cares addresses alleged threats at Board meeting

The leader of a group supporting a recall of three board of education members in Three Rivers alleged that a board member has been making threats and creating a “hit list” against staff.
Sherrie Nowicki addressed the board during its Monday meeting. She said employee morale is low and the district’s credibility is suffering as the result of a board member – whom she declined to name publicly – singling out the names of signatures on recall petitions against vice president Waneta Truckey, secretary Carl Barth and board president Mike Bosma.
The Three Rivers High School alumna said employees are constantly under duress and in fear of losing their jobs, which has been recently increased because of a board member who Nowicki said is “running around town, making threats and making a hit list to scare them even more.”
Nowicki suggested the board take a vote of no confidence in second-year superintendent Jean Logan. She said the direction the district is headed under Logan’s command is a travesty.
Members of TR Cares, which is headed by Nowicki, are opposed to the board’s April dismissal of three administrators, and have said there were flaws in the evaluation procedures of athletic director Pete Anderson, dean of educational services Kevin Hamilton and middle school principal Bradley Coon.

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