April 4, 2024

Marysville teacher signs last chance agreement after allegations surface

 

By Chad Williamson, Journal-Tribune

For the second time in two years a Marysville teacher has been asked to sign a last chance agreement with the district following allegations of inappropriate interactions with female students.

At a recent Marysville Board of Education meeting the agreement with Chad Sines, a middle school math teacher and former football coach with 16 years of experience in the district, was approved.

The move comes a year after a high school teacher in the district, Scott Hamilton, signed a similar agreement, ultimately leaving the district when additional allegations surfaced.

A letter in Sines’ personnel file showed that he was placed on paid administra…

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