The Scottsdale Unified School district governing board voted Jann-Michael Greenburg out as president on Monday and three members called for him to resign after allegations of an online dossier that stored parents’ information.
Greenburg was the lone vote against selecting a new board president.
“It is important to me that each member of our SUSD community is heard. This input helps us build and maintain a learning environment where our students can thrive,” Greenburg said. “I believe in this community and want us all to work together and learn from each other, even when we disagree.”