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Complaints may have led to OEA investigation

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State representatives interview local school board member

By Ashley Zsedenyi

Complaints about the LaRue County High School band program are thought to have triggered an Office of Education Accountability investigation of a school board member.

School board member Norbert Skees, who has a child in band, said he was among parents raising issues about first-year band director Jaime Smith with school administrators.

He said concerns with Smith developed because he is a parent, not because of his service as a school board member.

“On two different occasions, I was treated with total disrespect by the band director,” Skees said.


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