Harrisonville Superintendent Frank Dahman will remain on paid leave until his retirement on June 30, according to his separation agreement with the Board of Education.
In addition, under the agreement, he can never work or volunteer in the district again. He also waived his right to sue the district, and he agreed to not make any "disparaging remarks" against the school board, district or its employees.
In late March, the school board placed Dahman on leave without public explanation. He submitted a notice of his retirement to the board on April 10 but did not list a reason for his departure. Dahman will earn $153,779 this school year, according to his contract.
He has not returned multiple requests for comment, and the district has declined to comment.
Dahman was hired as superintendent before the 2015-16 school year.
Earlier this month, Robert Watkins, a former superintendent for Independence schools, was named interim superintendent by the school board.
Frank Dahman's son, Joe Dahman, was the subject of a 2017 Harrisonville police investigation into allegations of inappropriate contact between him and a student.
Lt. Chris Osterberg previously told The Star he believed investigators had built a "solid case" against Joe Dahman that was turned over to the Jackson County Prosecutor's Office in December. No charges have been filed.
Joe Dahman had been hired as a support staff member and coach at Harrisonville High School about a month after his father was named superintendent. Joe Dahman resigned after the allegations came to light last summer.
Joe Dahman was the highest-paid aide for the 2015-16 school year and received a 36-percent raise in his second year.