Two more Manatee County school district leaders on administrative leave


MANATEE COUNTY – Manatee County Schools Superintendent Cynthia Saunders has placed two additional school district leaders on administrative leave in the midst of the investigation into a software implementation that more than doubled in cost and has not worked as promised.

Chief Information Officer Rob Malloy and Angie Oxley, the Enterprise Resource Planning project manager, were placed on leave Wednesday

This is a paid administrative leave, and is dependent of the outcome of the continuing investigation, which includes a financial audit.

Deputy Superintendent Ron Ciranna was placed on administrative leave by Saunders in August.

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