The top administrator at the Juneau Community Charter School tendered his resignation last month a day after a policy board member at the school obtained a stalking protective order against him.
Quinn Haas was hired in early October to replace a former site manager who had led the school for more than a decade. His resignation was handed in on Nov. 13 and was effective the next day.
“There was a personnel matter, and the district has addressed the issue,” Juneau School District Chief of Staff Kristin Bartlett said. “I don’t believe there was ever a fear for students.”