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Superintendent of the Atchison Co Schools Resigns
04/20/2017

(KAIR)--After 12-years-of leadership, the Superintendent for the Atchison County Public Schools is saying goodbye.

Steve Wiseman Thursday submitted his letter of resignation.

He tells MSC News he is leaving the district to return to the classroom, accepting an offer to teach mathematics in the Saint Joseph, Missouri Public School District next year.

A special meeting of the USD 377 Board of Education is scheduled for Monday evening at 6:30. Approval of Wiseman's resignation, and release from his contract, is listed on the agenda. Additionally, the board, during the session, will explore entering a contract with the Kansas Association of School Boards to lead the search for Wiseman's replacement. Cost of the agreement would be $3,750. 

Wiseman's resignation becomes effective at the end of the current school year.

MSC Radio News Director Brian Hagen spoke with Wiseman about his decision.

That can be heard here.

 

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