A note from City's editors


Earlier today we posted a story about the Rochester City School District and the professional evaluations of its high school principals. In that story, we reported that central office administrators consciously documented false information. That is an inaccurate statement, and we apologize. 

Regarding the rest of the story: there is a disagreement between the leadership of the Association of Supervisors and Administrators of Rochester — the union that represents principals — and Superintendent Bolgen Vargas and central office administrators over whether the principals were properly evaluated according to the terms of the Annual Professional Performance Review. 

We'll continue researching the story, reporting updates as warranted.