Police investigate Arizona school board ‘dossier’ on parents

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Police investigate Arizona school board 'dossier' on parents

Police have launched an investigation into claims an Arizona school board president kept a dossier on some outspoken parents who oppose mask mandates and critical race theory.

Scottsdale Police Department said Saturday it was aware of the allegations leveled against Scottsdale Unified School District President Jann-Michael Greenburg.

“We are conducting an investigation into the matter and will report our findings once it is complete,” police said in a brief statement.

The allegations came to light after Superintendent Scott Menzel revealed Friday that Greenburg, who is a business executive and attorney, had accidentally shared the Google drive folder on certain parents.

The private dossier — which included information on divorce decrees, Social Security numbers and property records — was allegedly created by Greenburg’s father Mark Greenburg.

The younger Greenburg allegedly sent a link to the Google drive to parent Kim Stafford by mistake last week.

 Scottsdale Unified School District Governing Board President Jann-Michael Greenburg.
Jann-Michael Greenburg allegedly sent a link to the Google drive to parent Kim Stafford by mistake last week.
Scottsdale Unified School District

Stafford had noticed the link in a screenshot attached to Greenburg’s email — and she quickly sent it around to other parents, according to the Daily Caller.

The folder contained information on nearly 50 parents, including photos and personal finances.

Folders included in the drive were labeled “SUSD Wackos,” “Anti Mask Lunatics” and “Press Conference Psychos.”

Screenshot of dossier.
The dossier drive contained information on nearly 50 parents, including photos and personal finances.
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Hundreds of parents and community members have since signed a petition calling for Greenburg to resign from the board.

District officials said they will be hiring an outside forensic investigator to see if any school resources were utilized in the creation of the folders.

“We want to determine if school resources were used inappropriately,” the superintendent said in a statement Friday.

Washtenaw ISD Superintendent, Dr. Scott A. Menzel.
Superintendent Scott Menzel insisted that the district wasn’t involved with Jann-Michael Greenburg’s dossier in any way.
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Menzel stressed that the district wasn’t involved with the dossier in any way.

He added that no information from student records were included in the folders, adding that board members would only have access to student information if they’re overseeing discipline cases.

With Post wires

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