UPDATE: Chickamauga school board members hold off discussions on Superintendent’s contract

CHICKAMAUGA, Ga. (WDEF) –  UPDATE – According to the Georgia Professional Standards Commission, they recently received a complaint against Chickamauga City Schools Superintendent Melody Day.

They said that the commission has not yet reviewed the complaint, so no decision as to an investigation has been made yet.

According to the commission’s website, they are responsible “for the preparation, certification, and professional conduct of certified personnel employed in the Georgia public schools. ”

Day continued her usual role as Superintendent during the school board’s meeting Monday night.

The board was expected to talk about Day’s employment contract, but didn’t.

The board’s chairman declined to comment on camera, but explained that they are still gathering and waiting on information.

Day also declined to comment.

One month ago, Day pleaded no contest a complaint that she attempted to defraud a Belk by changing price-tags on merchandise.

A judge ordered her to pay Belk $525 in restitution, stay away from Belk stores and seek counseling.

Day has been with the school district for around 40 years.

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