Lawsuit: School Board President Got Parent Fired After Virtual Learning Complaint

Lawsuit: School Board President Got Parent Fired After Virtual Learning Complaint


A lawsuit alleges the Rochester, Michigan, school board president got a parent fired from her job after she complained about the district not reopening to fulltime in-person instruction.

WDIV described Elena Dinverno as “a mother of two and was vocal online about her desire to see her children return to face-to-face instruction” at Rochester Community Schools (RCS).

The suit, filed Monday in United States District Court Eastern District of Michigan, claims board president Kristin Bull, an editor and director of program content for Crain’s Detroit Business, was unhappy that Dinverno was a member of two Facebook groups, “RCS Parents for In-Person Education” and “Conservative Parents for Rochester.”

The filing says Dinverno “became a vocal and effective advocate for her position” and “frequently questioned and criticized the decisions of the RCS Board of Education through posts and comments in the Facebook groups.”

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