At last night’s regional school committee meeting, Superintendent Charles Gobron announced that assistant superintendent Ewa Pytowska has decided to resign at the end of the school year.
“I would like to thank you for the trust you placed in me and your guidance throughout the last two years,” Pytowska wrote in her resignation letter. “I learned much from you and took pride in working for you.”
Pytowska, who has been an administrator for the past 15 years and previously worked as assistant superintendent in Central Falls, R.I., said she is resigning because she wants to return to teaching and professional development.
Pytowska is in her third year as the district’s assistant superintendent. You can read more in the Metrowest Daily News.
In other district news, the Algonquin budget is in a holding pattern until administrators find out how much money we’ll be getting from the state. Last month Gobron presented a preliminary $18M budget, which represents a 2.69% increase over the current fiscal year. You can read more about this budget in this MWDN article.