Aurora superintendent candidate dodges questions on embezzlement case1 min read
AURORA, Colo. (KDVR) — Andre Wright’s meet and greet with Aurora Public School teachers probably didn’t go the way he hoped Wednesday night.
He’s one of three finalists to be the new superintendent for Aurora Public Schools. The public forum for teachers was a chance for educators to ask questions of the candidate but the Problem Solvers estimate not even 10 teachers showed up from the entire district, and one teacher who did have questions was not given an answer by Wright.
“So I’m curious to know how you feel like your name should still be in the running for superintendent when your name is riddled throughout that police report against Ron Fay and Jill Watkins,” was the question posed by Jill Cullis.
Cullis taught at Gateway High School for 30 years…
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