Oklahoma City board members discuss separation agreement with Superintendent Rob Neu

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OKLAHOMA CITY – It seems Rob Neu won’t be the Oklahoma City Public School superintendent for much longer.

On April 14, Oklahoma City Public Schools announced the board would continue to discuss Superintendent Rob Neu’s employment with the district.

Neu was said to be out of the office now but still works for the district.

Officials announced Associate Superintendent Aurora Lora would be taking over all of his duties.

On Friday, board officials announced a meeting would be held to discuss Neu’s future with the district.

“The Oklahoma City Public Schools Board of Education will be discussing a separation agreement for Rob Neu, Superintendent and Aurora Lora’s assumption of Mr. Neu’s duties during the regularly scheduled board meeting at 5:30 p.m. Monday, April 25. We are unable to provide any additional information at this time since these are personnel issues,” said Lynne Hardin, a board chairperson.

Neu still has another year left on his contract with the district.

Lora came into the district two years ago, serving under Neu.

Update: After the executive session ended Monday evening, a separation agreement was reached.

Neu will be on administrative leave through June 30, at which point he will no longer be employed by Oklahoma City Public Schools.

Lora will continue to handle all of Neu’s duties as associate superintendent.

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