Principal back at school after harassment claims


A Toledo Public Schools principal who had been suspended for more than three months after a teacher accused him of sexual harassment is back at his school.

Anthony Bronaugh, who had been placed on paid leave Nov. 16, returned to Robinson Elementary Monday after an investigation into the accusations found he had violated board harassment policy but that much of the teacher's claims could not be substantiated.

The teacher, Julie Greenberg, had filed a civil stalking protection order against Mr. Bronaugh, but later changed her complaint to an invasion of privacy. Mrs. Greenberg resigned from TPS after news reports of her accusations were published, according to the district.