Hooksett School Board tension continues
Littlefield refused to postpone the discussion, saying he did not want to give the impression that he had mishandled an employee problem. He also insisted the discussion could move forward without bringing up any names.
Korkosz also said the complaint was about the vote, and not about the employee’s job performance or any other personnel issues.
Although such skirmishes have been common at Hooksett School Board meetings for the past several months, it was new territory for the members from Auburn and Hooksett.
“All of our board members are passionate about what they do,” she said. “And when you have that level of passion, emotions get in the way.”
“We have some very big issues on our horizon,” said Korkosz referring to the high school contract dispute with Manchester.
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