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Veteran custodian faces termination for alleged insubordination

May 21, 2009
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CHIEFLAND, FL — The head custodian at Chiefland Elementary School is facing termination of employment based on accusations of willful insubordination and timecard dishonesty, according to the Chiefland Citizen.
Dan Clark, who received a termination notice late last week, has been the head custodian at Chiefland Elementary School for 13 years, the story stated.
According to the story, Superintendent Robert Hastings, who asked the Levy County School Board to suspend Clark without pay until the next board meeting, claims Clark has neglected his duties, failed to accurately report his time, returned late after lunch and repeatedly parked in the wrong place.
Clark’s employee file shows that he has returned a few minutes late from lunch three days out of the last 13 days, but fails to mention the eight days he came in early or three days he worked late, the story noted.
According to the Levy County School Board, members voted 4-1 to table the item until the next meeting on June 2.
Clark''s previous evaluations have included three outstanding, seven above-satisfactory and two satisfactory; this year marked the first time Clark received a not-satisfactory evaluation, the story added.
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