The North Allegheny Schools Superintendent said, in part, that “a district parent shared concerns regarding inappropriate content on social media channels affiliated with INPAX.”
The district alleged those posts violated district policy and weren't in line with their mission or vision.
Rosenberg said the old posts were dug up from his personal Facebook page and weren’t meant to cause harm, but the damage apparently had already been done.
"I was very surprised by that, but at the same time, listen... that was their decision. I understand it. I hope that we have an opportunity to continue our relationship," he said.
"We welcome everybody. This is not about anyone's opinions. About anything political or anything else ... this is about safety."