A: Unaccountable public school millionaires
"BEAVERTON SCHOOLS HIRE CONSULTANT TO MONITOR LOSS OF EMPLOYEE INFO: Timesheets for 1,600 workers reported missing in July from district facility" by Ray Pitz The Beaverton Valley Times, Aug 21, 2006
"BEAVERTON SCHOOLS WILL SEE CHANGES IN LEADERS, STAFF" by Melissa Navas, OREGONIAN July 23, 2010
BEAVERTON DISTRICT has $66 MILLION SURPLUS by Victoria Blake BEAVERTON VALLEY TIMES 04/29/04
BEAVERTON SCHOOL DISTRICT FACING $40 MILLION BUDGET SHORTFALL NEXT SCHOOL YEAR by Wendy Owen OREGONIAN 01/27/11
Yvonne Katz, former superintendent "IS DISTRICT CLEANING UP KATZ' LITTER?"
What's that you say, Mrs. Robertson?
"SCHOOLS LET SEX CASES SLIDE" by Amy Hsuan, Melissa Navas and Bill Graves
"Beaverton schools will see changes in leaders, staff" by Melissa Navas The Oregonian, February 15, 2008
BEAVERTON -- Some Beaverton School District schools will see new principals next school year as the district fills vacancies and promotes others to central office positions.
One notable position change is at Southridge High School where Principal Amy Gordon has been permanently replaced by Todd Corsetti, a former assistant principal at Sunset High School. The district continues to pay Gordon, who has been on leave since November, her annual $120,000 salary.
Gordon's leave will continue until early September, according to Sue Robertson, chief human resource officer. Robertson would not say what the nature of her leave is and did not specify whether she'd return.
"I didn't say she's coming back," Robertson said. "Her leave ends then."
Robertson added that there was nothing unusual about Gordon's leave.
"It's not disciplinary, it's not any of that," Robertson said.
Gordon could not be reached for comment.
Len Case, a retired Beaverton administrator, served as Southridge's interim principal for the remainder of last school year.