Former North Atlanta High principal Mark MyGrant wants to clear his name against what he considers innuendo and character assassination by APS leadership And he has hired education attorney Glenn Delk to represent him.
According to the AJC:
MyGrant sent a letter Wednesday to Atlanta Public Schools asking the board of education to hold a hearing to clear MyGrant’s name following allegations of “institutional racism” at the school while he was in charge. Attorney Glenn Delk said “what we’re asking is simple: We think he should be given an opportunity to face his accusers and clear his name. If they don’t have evidence, they should issue an apology.” MyGrant was one of six administrators removed from the school Oct. 5
MyGrant is a 27-year APS veteran enticed out of retirement this summer to serve as interim at his former school, North Atlanta High School, while a search for a replacement was conducted. He was scheduled to end his interim stint this week.