An Arizona school area reported on Friday that it is employing an autonomous forensic investigator to investigate charges that the region’s president had an alleged “private dossier” containing the individual data of guardians who communicated resistance to school mask orders and different strategies.
Scott Menzel, the area’s administrator, said in a letter to guardians that investigators will attempt to decide whether any school assets were utilized to “compile, access or modify” a Google Drive that authorities suspect was made by Mark Greenburg, the dad of Scottsdale Unified School District President Michael Greenburg, as per AZFamily.
Mark and Michael Greenburg share a home and a PC, making it hard and complicated to guess that who really uploaded the records to the drive, the Independent recently announced. The records were transferred by an unknown client with the name “Sach mat,” which interprets Czech as “checkmate.”
The drive, which the Washington Examiner evaluated, contained various monetary records from a few of the guardians who had communicated resistance to school mask mandates and mortgage statements, bankruptcy filings, divorce filings, portions of Social Security numbers, addresses, and phone numbers.
Amy Carney, one of the guardians, included noticeably in the drive’s contents, approached Greenburg to leave his position. Carney is a 2022 candidate for the Scottsdale educational committee.
“We can’t permit anybody in an administrative role to subtly accumulate individual archives and data on mothers and fathers who have tried to stand up openly or via web-based media about their complaints with the locale,” Carney said.
A special gathering of the SUSD Governing Board is to be held on Monday at 6 p.m.