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Wetmore Principal Resigns

(KNZA)--After more 20 years at the Wetmore Academic Center--the last five as principal--Janelle Boden is leaving for a new position.

Prairie Hills USD 113 Superintendent Todd Evans says the Board of Education Thursday evening accepted Boden's resignation, effective June 30th.

Evans says Boden will be continuing her career in education as an assistant principal at Manhattan High School.

He says several Board members expressed their appreciation of her leadership as Wetmore principal.

Evans says the Board voted to hire Rick Schnacker as the new principal at Wetmore for 2017-18 school year.  Schnacker has served the past four years as a physical education teacher at Wetmore.  He has previous experience as an activities director, assistant principal and principal in the former USD 488 and USD 113.     


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