Anger toward Superintendent Stepp is misplaced rage
To the Editor:
I have read many accounts over the past few days and weeks vilifying Randy Stepp, the superintendent of the Medina City Schools, over his acceptance of the wholly unreasonable “perk” of the school districts’ offer to repay his college loans.
Quite frankly, I cannot help but see this as a case of misplaced rage! The Medina City School Board was in full knowledge and agreement with offering Superintendent Stepp such a patently outrageous slew of benefits!
Who among us, I ask, can fault Mr. Stepp for merely doing what we all would doubtless do if presented with a similar set of circumstances, and simply accepting as much?
I ask again, just why aren’t you people bringing your proverbial torches and pickaxes to the homes of your elected school board members who voted to authorize such an outrageous slew of employment benefits in the first place?