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A member of the Redmond School Board says she doesn’t think it’s necessary to change hiring policy to prevent anyone with an arrest record from working for the school district.  Board Vice-Chair Cathy Miller made the comment in response to a question about former Redmond High Principal Brian Lemos. The question, from Dennis Dorgan, asked the Board what they were doing to prevent a recurrence of the Lemos situation.  An article in the Bulletin says Lemos was fired for what the District described only as "misconduct and performance issues." Miller says she reached that conclusion after consulting with three of the school district’s attorneys.

 

 

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