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By Rick Monroe
Special to the Village News 

Singh settlement amount nearly $400,000


Last updated 11/11/2022 at 2:45pm

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FUESD Superintendent Candace Singh

Following a closed session at the Fallbrook Union Elementary School District Board of Trustees meeting on Nov. 7, the board announced that it has negotiated a settlement and exit plan with Superintendent Candace Singh.

Board President Suzanne Lundin explained that the settlement – for nearly $400,000 – ended what would have been a protracted and expensive legal battle. The board voted to approve the settlement agreement by a 4-1 vote.

According to Lundin, there is no insurance for these matters.

The lawsuit that the board avoided centered around the superintendent's recent allegations...

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Reader Comments(1)

awvoges writes:

Caron Lieber was correct. $400,000 per year for a Superindent? And Singh's allegations were just that--allegations. No proof of harassment or bullying. Lieber should sue her for defamation. I hope Lieber wins re-election.


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