Union Seeks Removal of Mullica School Superintendent
Union members are seeking the removal of Mullica’s school superintendent who is pursuing tenure charges against a teacher who reported finding two kindergarten students engaged in sex play.
Wednesday’s no-confidence vote by the Mullica Township Education Association reflects the members’ frustrations with Superintendent Brenda Harring-Marro.
Harring-Marro suspended teacher Kelly Mascio on Sept. 30 after Mascio reported finding two 5-year-olds engaged in sexual play in a classroom bathroom. The superintendent and school board want to fire her, claiming Mascio did not properly supervise her students.
In an email to The Press of Atlantic City the superintendent says the no-confidence vote reflects a small group that refuses to recognize changes in the profession. She says she’s disappointed the union leadership did not speak with her.
- Mullica Township teachers, staff vote no confidence in superintendent /Press of Atlantic City