You have been an assistant principal at an exemplary elementary school for three years. Your principal has been a great example of integrity and leadership. The teachers are strong educators and loyal to him and the community. He is not only your mentor, but also a close friend.
Late one night in October, you receive a phone call from the superintendent. She wants to meet with you early the next morning to discuss the campus budget. She reports that there have been questionable practices in the campus’ purchasing records. She asks you to not mention this meeting with your principal.
How will you handle this matter with the superintendent? How will you handle the situation when your principal discovers that you were interviewed by the superintendent?