Because their superintendent has resigned, the Raymore-Peculiar School District’s board of education will be searching for someone to replace him.
Superintendent Jeff Kyle submitted his letter of resignation yesterday, saying he intends to retire at the end of the school year that starts next month. And the board announced his resignation during their meeting last night.
They also stated their intention to hire a search firm to help them find a replacement. The search will begin in September.
School board members are responsible for hiring and supervising the work of the superintendent, who is essentially the chief executive officer of the district.
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