The Pleasanton Weekly should also get a copy of the outbound supposed alleged text message from either the taxpayer funded District email or District paid cell phone, with all the technical details like the various cell phone towers, addresses etc. that the message went through in order to determine if it is actually authentic of a faked one. In the past, people have created faked text messages and emails claiming they are coming from city of Pleasanton personnel but they turned out to be completely faked email messages that never were authored by people working for the city of Pleasanton.
Also the Pleasanton Weekly should obtain emails sent from Rich Puppione to other District personnel to determine why he left within 2-3 weeks of becoming interim principal. That should be enlightening. Perhaps he feared he himself would be subject to rumor-mongering.
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