Scottsdale schools chief Denise Birdwell hired friend’s family in Higley

Among criticisms of Scottsdale schools chief Denise Birdwell is that she hired the brother of a close friend. In Higley, she hired the friend’s son.
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  1. For future reference:
    https://www.superiorcourt.maricopa.gov/docket/CriminalCourtCases/caseInfo.asp?caseNumber=CR2021-001791
    https://courtminutes.maricopa.gov/JONamesearch.asp?casenumber=CR2021001791&partydesignator=&lastname=&firstname=&middlename=&joname=&entryfromdate=&entrytodate=&submit=Retrieve+Minute+Entries#

    In a minute entry dated 24 Jan 2024, the court says:

    Pending is Defendant Aller’s (002) Motion to Dismiss related to statute of limitations arguments. Defendants Birdwell (001) and Nielson (003) joined the motion and reply. This supplemental briefing was not completed until January 10, 2024. Thus, this Court will take the pending motions under advisement as of that date.
    IT IS ORDERED vacating the in-person Complex Case Management Conference and Final Trial Management Conference set for January 26, 2024.
    IT IS FURTHER ORDERED vacating the master calendar trial setting for February 1, 2024.
    IT IS ORDERED converting the January 26, 2024, Complex Case Management Conference to a non-appearance hearing. Counsel shall provide a written status update and file same with the Court in lieu of the in person hearing.
    Court staff will contact counsel to reschedule dates shortly, and counsel shall confirm whether the Defendants are willing to waive time. More than likely, the Court will aim to reschedule the CCMC in 60 days, and the FTMC/trial in 90 to 120 days.

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