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Would you find it odd for a school district’s board attorney to write to their state’s attorney general and ask if they can hire someone that was formerly convicted of embezzlement or a felony whether non-adjudicated or not? I ask, because I sure do find it completely alarming!  

Picture 1 shows DCS’s board attorney, Keith Treadway, asking that very question to Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood this year 2015. Picture 2 shows what Section 25-1-113 is, so you will know what they are referencing.  

Isn’t it strange that they ask the AG if they can hire a felon and keep an assistant superintendent, Jennifer Weeks, that committed a criminal act and violated multiple state ethics laws, YET they want us to trust their judgment and trust that they are looking out for the best interest of our children. Am I the only one that finds this to be ‘peculiar’?!!!!!

Link to AG’s response to Treadway online:  

https://govt.westlaw.com/msag/Document/I74fc6f83b81211e498db8b09b4f043e0?contextData=(sc.Search)&rank=18&originationContext=Search+Result&navigationPath=Search%2fv3%2fsearch%2fresults%2fnavigation%2fi0ad70f70000001517a3c703912360b5a%3fstartIndex%3d1%26Nav%3dADMINDECISION_PUBLICVIEW%26contextData%3d(sc.Default)&list=ADMINDECISION_PUBLICVIEW&transitionType=SearchItem&listSource=Search&viewType=FullText&t_querytext=Keith+treadway&t_Method=WIN
   
 

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