Two Fox school district administrators keep jobs after online controversy

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ARNOLD, MO  — Two school administrators will keep their jobs after being linked to online comments against the school district.

The St. Louis Post Dispatch reports Dan Baker, assistant superintendent of elementary education, and his wife Angela Baker, an assistant principal, work in the FOX School District. They were suspended on June 4 just after a lawsuit claiming derisive comments posted on public forums came from computers registered to the homes of district employees.

Former superintendent Dianne Crithlow retired amid controversy last week. Comments on sites were reportedly linked back to her computer as well.  Her husband Jamie was fired last month.

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