Newly-released records shows Ontario school leaders endured bullying, harassment on the job

Ontario School District Superintendent Nikki Albisu was one of three top women officials to assert they were bullied and discriminated against by school board members. (File photo)

ONTARIO – Three top women administrators in the Ontario School District say they endured bullying and discrimination by school board members for months, describing in complaints discriminatory behavior they considered illegal.

The recently released complaints chronicle in detail the allegations that have prompted investigations, public censures of two board members and an impending public apology from the board. The school district has spent $80,000 so far on the investigations.

Previously undisclosed letters to two administrators for the first time provide a glimpse into those investigations and findings that certain board members had acted inappropriately.

Together, the documents provide a more detailed picture of the turmoil in the Ontario . . .