Polansky was arrested in January on misdemeanor sexual assault charges and accused of inappropriately touching two female school principals. He has been on paid leave since November and gave notice that he will retire effective June 30.
School officials are fighting the proposed retirement and the termination hearing is scheduled to begin on Wednesday night.
Polansky requested an injunction to block the hearing, and his lawyer argued that the superintendent already terminated his contract by giving notice he will retire effective June 30.
A judge took the matter on in Derby Superior Court on Monday and denied Polansky’s request.