Nancy Sebring is at odds with her former employer, the Des Moines school district, which she claims has been slow to respond to her requests for public records.
The former schools superintendent believes the information in the emails and other documents that she has requested will “give a full picture” of what transpired following her May 10 resignation.
Sebring left her post after district staff members learned she had used her school email account to send and receive sexually explicit emails.
“I’m trying to put all the information of the last couple of months together and see what was going on and what was being said,” Sebring told The Des Moines Register Friday. “I’ve been approached by someone who is interested in my story. I am just trying to keep track of everything while it is still available.”