Clintonville Public School District is looking for a new Business Manager Lynette Edwards resigned from her position, effective March 2. The board unanimously approved Edwards’s resignation at a special meeting of the board of education last Friday.
Edwards filed a restraining order and accusedSuperintendent David Dyb of harassment in late October but ultimately withdrew her petition for a restraining order in court, saying the matter was being investigated internally. The case was dismissed. During Friday’s meeting, Dyb and the board discussed the process of replacing Edwards and Dyb said anyone with a master’s degree could apply for an administrative license.