other than a leave of absence for the remainder of the year." (Complaint, ¶ 2). You stated that you are seeking reassurances that those problems would not continue in the future education of your daughter. (Complaint, ¶ 2). For corroboration, you enclosed a petition dated March 17, 1995 "by [those] concerned parents." (Complaint, ¶ 3). You also enclosed a copy of a letter from Dr. Robert Sutton, Superintendent of the District, dated March 22, 1995, as well as various correspondence between school officials and parents of children in the Woodbridge School District. (Complaint, attachment No. 1). Also enclosed were letters written by certain students concerning the teacher in question regarding alleged improper treatment by the teacher. (Complaint, attachment No. 2, 3). Finally, you stated that you seek this information in your Complaint filed with the Attorney General because of "great concerns for the well being of [your] daughter."
On or about September 13, 1995, the Attorney General served the Complaint on counsel for the District, James W. Griffin, Esquire.
Mr. Griffin responded on behalf of the District in writing on September 26, 1995. In the District's response, it stated that your Complaint appears to be that the District did not provide you with a written response to your letter of August 30,