The superintendent of Colorado’s third-largest college district has stepped down.
The Douglas County Faculty Board accepted Tuesday the resignation of Dr. Thomas S. Tucker, who cited private and household causes for providing his resignation.
Tucker careworn throughout the on-line assembly that opposite to some studies, he determined to step down on his personal, and the board had not requested him to resign.
The district instructed Denver7 Saturday that Tucker was on go away visiting his ailing mom in Arkansas. Tucker stated Tuesday that taking good care of his household was his high precedence.
“The members of the Douglas County Federation want Dr. Tucker the very best and our ideas are together with his household and specifically, his mom” stated Kallie Leyba, President of the Douglas County Federation on the resignation of the Superintendent. “Thankfully, because of the professionalism of our academics and employees, our college students and group shouldn’t discover any damaging impacts on instruction as educators will proceed to show and information our college students with the help of their constructing management.
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