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New Sabetha High School principal hired
02/13/2018

Photo credit: Amber Deters/The Sabetha Herald

(KNZA)--The Prairie Hills school district did not have to go far in its search for a new Sabetha High School principal.

On the recommendation of an interview committee, Superintendent Todd Evans says the USD 113 Board of Education voted Monday evening to hire current Sabetha High School English-Language Arts teacher David Glynn for the position.

Evans says Glynn was offered a two-year contract.

He has taught at the high school since the fall of 2013.

Glynn will replace Sheri Harmer who is retiring at the end of the current school year.

 

 

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