One of the things that you'll notice in most superintendent contracts is that they have a Morality Clause. I noted in other articles that Superintendent Critchlow's contract did not have a morality clause in her contract. However, Fox's school board policy states that her contract must contain one. So, getting fired for conduct unbecoming is not a problem.
- Make the firings of district employees involved retroactive to when their involvement in their bad behavior began.
- Attempt to recover the matching 14.5% that taxpayers paid into their PSRS retirement benefits for them going back to the start of their involvement. (I doubt the district could recover what the employees contributed to their own retirement.)
- Request that their retirement benefits calculation EXCLUDE the salary amounts for those years they were involved that are used to calculate their retirement benefits. (Missouri PSRS retirement benefits are calculated based on the 3 highest consecutive years of salary plus health insurance earned by the employee.) NOT including the last several years of high dollar salary into their retirement benefit calculations would help reduce the payouts from the PSRS system.