DES MOINES — A Polk County judge says he will rule soon on a request by the former Des Moines Public Schools superintendent to block the release of more of her emails to a lover, which were written using the district’s computers.
The judge also plans to rule on a bid by the man to keep his name private.
During a hearing Thursday, Nancy Sebring’s attorney said Sebring wants to force the district to warn her of any records requests so she can seek court action if she believes disclosure is inappropriate.
The district’s attorney said Sebring’s insistence on being forewarned places an unrealistic burden on school officials.
Sebring was hired as superintendent in Omaha. She abruptly left her Iowa job in May. She resigned from the Omaha job after the emails were reported.
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