Hundreds of parents in Scottsdale, Arizona are calling on the school board president to resign for reportedly keeping an “online dossier” on parents who opposed mask mandates and critical race theory.
Jann-Michael Greenburg, president of the Scottsdale Unified School District, accidentally included a screenshot and link to a Google Drive file in an email sent to parent Kim Stafford.
The drive was public, allowing anyone with the link to view it, and its contents included Social Security numbers, financial information, divorce records of parents, screenshots of Facebook posts, and background checks.
Folders in the drive had names like “SUSD Wackos”, “Press Conference Psychos”, and “Anti Mask Lunatics”.
Stafford shared the link with multiple parents, including Amanda Wray, who spoke to AZFamily.com about the drive.
Wray said “When I first saw the contents of the Google Drive and I saw my 8- and 10-year-old’s photos, that was terrifying. And like, what’s he doing?”
“But he has pictures of my vacation home, property records. I’m not a political opponent, I’m an involved parent and that is threatening to me and it makes me wonder why and what he was planning to do with those photos,” she explained.
Wray mentioned one woman, saying someone in the dossier “took her photos and superimposed it over a lynching and I can tell you, she’s distraught by this and it’s disgusting”.
The district sent a letter to parents assuring them that their personal information is safe and placed blame for the Google Drive on Greenburg’s father, Mark.
Mark Greenburg is listed as the Google Drive owner, but his son shares a computer at home with him, so there is no way to know who uploaded files to the drive.
Jann-Michael Greenburg stated “I categorically deny having anything to do with any of this”. “We are going to have forensic IT staff look into this and figure out what that is”.