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USD 377 board member resigns
02/14/2018

(KAIR)--A member of the USD 377 Board of Education has resigned.

The letter of resignation written by Stephanie Moore cites relocating as the reason for her decision to resign from the role of leadership for the Atchison County Schools.

In the letter, addressed to Superintendent of Schools Andrew Gaddis, and School Board President Nancy Keith, Moore writes that she has accepted a position in another state, forcing the resignation.

She says the decision "was definitely not an easy one" and calls her time on the school board "a rewarding professional association."

Moore's resignation became effective February 11.

The letter was included as part of the agenda for the Board of Education's February 14 meeting.

Moore represented the school district's position 3, which represents portions of Kapioma and Benton Townships, in Atchison County, the portion of Grasshopper lying South of the South edge of Township Five, and those contiguous portions of Jackson and Jefferson counties located in USD 377.

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