Mark Zmuda, the vice principal of Eastside Catholic School, who was fired in December after marrying his same-sex partner, will file a lawsuit Friday against the school and the Archdiocese of Seattle, his attorneys announced in a press release today. Zmuda will discuss the lawsuit’s claims during a news conference in the Seattle offices of his…More
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The Eastside Catholic Board of Trustees reaffirmed at a parent and faculty meeting Thursday evening that the school will not be rehiring Mark Zmuda, the vice principal who was fired after school officials learned he had married his male partner. Zmuda, 38, has acknowledged he was aware of Catholic doctrine and knew he “was not in…More
A parent group at Eastside Catholic School is collecting signatures for a petition they hope to submit to the school’s board of trustees asking that they reinstate Mark Zmuda. Eastside’s president, Sister Mary Tracy, fired Zmuda in December after officials learned he had married his gay partner in violation of the contract he signed when he…More
The vice principal of Eastside Catholic school, who was fired last month after school officials learned he had married his male partner, said in a newly released video that he was told he could keep his job if he got a divorce. Mark Zmuda, 38, a well-liked swim coach and vice principal of Eastside’s middle and…More
The weather: Wet, with temperatures in the upper 40s. The National Weather Service forecast. Bertha has more than just a toe in the water: Groundwater is now flowing into the Highway 99 tunnel machine’s front end, hindering workers from getting a view of the mystery object that has been blocking Bertha’s path since…More
Update: to read full story, go here. Students and faculty at Eastside Catholic High School in Sammamish protested this morning after learning their popular vice principal resigned after school officials learned he had married his male partner. The protest spread via Twitter and text messaging to other students at area Catholic high schools. At at least one —…More