Even with an investigation in public and an expected request for an arbitrator to handle the termination hearing of Superintendent Paul Kadri, his lawyer says settlement is still an option.
The Groton Board of Education notified Kadri on Sept. 10 that it is considering terminating his contract for three reasons, including “insubordination against the rules or oder of the board” and “moral misconduct.”
Kadri , according to an investigative report released last month.
Kadri has denied any wrongdoing.
His lawyer, Gregg Adler, said he will likely ask for indepedent arbitrator.
When asked on Friday if settlement was still a possibility, he said, "Yes, there's always the possibility of settlement."
Should the school board try to take this option, even if it's expensive?
Or should the board proceed with what may be a lengthly and potentially expensive legal process and let the chips fall where they may?