In just three months, 8 North Texas superintendents announce they are leaving
As parents and teachers across the country continue to try and find the balance of dealing with the current COVID-19 pandemic and sending students into the classroom, many are having to deal with a shift in their district's leadership team.
North Texas is in the middle of its own transition period. Since November 2021, eight superintendents from eight local school districts have announced they are leaving, resigning or retiring from their leadership positions. Three happened on the same day -- Jan. 13, 2022.
These eight superintendents include:
- Dallas ISD superintendent Michael Hinojosa (announced Jan. 13, 2022)
- Fort Worth ISD superintendent Kent Scribner (announced Jan. 13, 2022)
- Richardson ISD superintendent Jeannie Stone (announced Dec. 13, 2021)
- Lewisville ISD Superintendent Kevin Rogers (announced Nov. 2, 2021)
- Northwest …
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