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Superintendent Elizabeth Lolli is smiling because she got a retroactive raise in a meeting where the public couldn't comment

Elizabeth Lolli announces retiring- doesn’t even make the paper. Neither does her retroactive pay raise.

A letter from the Dayton City School District Superintendent: January 10, 2023 To the Board of Education, DPS Staff, and the Dayton Community, As I finish the final year of my contract, which ends on July 31, 2023, I wanted to take a few moments to reflect on my six years as Superintendent of Dayton Read More

Lolli to continue her reign of terror

It’s fitting- on the day before we dispose of the worst president ever, the Dayton Public School Board of Education- is about to reward the worst superintendent ever with a raise and a new contract. I swore off covering this trainwreck after I saw a staffer make a presentation with “your perfect title slide” and Read More

Lolli fiddling while Rome burns

Superintendent Dr. Libby Lolli of Dayton Public Schools is facing a mass exodus of both staff and of substitute teachers. It’s gotten so bad, she wants to remove the responsibility of running these things through the board of ed. She’s asked them to vote on a resolution giving her sole authority tonight. A RESOLUTION TO Read More

The inevitable death of the Dayton Public Schools at the hands of Libby Lolli

A conversation between a Dayton Public Schools principal who is leaving and Superintendent Dr. Elizabeth Lolli, recounted third hand goes something like this: Lolli- “are you leaving because of me?” Principal- speechless. And here you have the primary reason Lolli should never have been put in charge of a failing urban district. She thinks the Read More

David Lawrence vs Libby Lolli

Readers of this blog know that I supported David Lawrence for DPS superintendent, before the Rhonda Corr debacle and before the Libby Lolli chaos. Lawrence was a DPS grad, an athletic standout, a military veteran, with an entire career in the service of the Dayton community at various levels of increasing responsibility in the system Read More

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