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Parent Lauren O'Sullivan has two students at the school.  She thinks Matt Montoya is doing a great job and is confused why he is in danger of being fired.

 

Monday administrators put him on paid administrative leave while the district completes an investigation.

 

O'Sullivan attended Monday's gathering otuside the Bend LaPine School Administrative building to show support for Montoya.

 

"Up until two months ago, everyone was happy and he signed a contract for another year.  And now they're talking about releasing him.  I'm not sure what happened in the last two months.  But we'd really be devastated if he was let go for something as trivial as adminsitrative details, you know."

 

O'Sullivan says she hears from others, he is in danger of losing his job because he didn't conduct all the required teacher evaluations and the ones he did were too complimentary.

 

The school district refuses to comment because its a personnel matter.

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