The Pleasanton school board has canceled a special meeting previously scheduled for tonight to discuss details of an administrative hearing regarding the removal of former Walnut Grove principal Jon Vranesh.
The Office of Administrative Hearings reported a judge's decision has been issued but the involved parties had not been notified as of late-morning today. The written decision will not be released publicly until the parties receive it, an office spokesperson said.
Attorneys for both sides had not received the judge's ruling as of noon today.
School district officials announced at 1:25 p.m. today that the 6 p.m. special meeting was canceled.
Vranesh was removed as principal of Walnut Grove and placed on administrative leave in October 2013 after he was accused of creating a hostile work environment by calling female employees derogatory gender-based slurs, among other allegations of harassment.
Vranesh claims the allegations are unfounded and the district was retaliating against him after he raised complaints regarding health and safety issues earlier in 2013.
The administrative hearing was requested by Vranesh after the district indicated its intent to dismiss him. The hearing concluded in May, and Vranesh was not offered a contract for this school year.
When contacted this morning, Vranesh's attorney Paul Kondrick indicated he was still waiting on the hearings office to notify him of a decision.