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Jackson Heights principal resigns
11/16/2020

(KNZA)--Less than a semester after taking over, Jackson Heights Elementary School Principal and District Athletic Director Annie Diederich has resigned.

The Jackson Heights USD 335 Board of Education voted 6-1 at their November 9th meeting to accept Diederich's resignation, effective at the end of the semester. Board member Neal Keeler cast the lone dissenting vote.

The Holton Recorder reports Diederich is leaving to take a position with the Kansas State Department of Education as an education program consultant.

She was hired in May of this year to replace Cody Witte, who served as the district's athletic director for three years and as elementary principal during the 2019-20 school year.

Prior to coming to Jackson Heights, Diederich served in Topeka's Seaman school district for 20 years.

The Jackson Heights school board has scheduled a special meeting Thursday evening to discuss how to proceed in filling the upcoming vacancy.

 

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