OMAHA, Neb. (AP) - The president of the Omaha school board has resigned her board seat.
Freddie Gray's resignation is expected to be discussed at Wednesday's meeting of the Omaha Public Schools board.
Television station KETV reports that Gray's resignation letter to the board says she has taken a new job that prevents her from fulfilling her board and district responsibilities.
Gray had been under fire last summer over her handling of the Nancy Sebring case. The board hired Sebring, the superintendent of the Des Moines, Iowa, district in April to replace John Mackiel, who retired.
Sebring abruptly left her Iowa job in May. She lost the Omaha job after emails to a lover on her district computer became public.