Amityville parents demand answers about school employee retention at BOE meeting
Parents at the Amityville Union Free School District demanded answers Wednesday about school employee retention at a Board of Educating meeting.
As News 12 has reported, 34 employees have resigned from the district since the start of the school year. That includes eight teachers, five teaching assistants and 11 permanent substitutes.
In a letter sent to parents, the Amityville school district says it is working on a plan to retain employees.
Superintendent Edward Fale was asked for specifics of the plan. He responded that he was not going to comment on the issue.
The exodus of employees also includes Fale, who is leaving at the end of the year.