School Superintendent Walter Dansby offered his resignation Monday night, and school trustees voted 6-3 to accept it.
“I hope this will not turn into anything negative or impact the district in a negative way,” Dansby said. “We are bigger than that. I think something like this needs to happen for the good of the district so we can move forward.”
The board spent about four hours in closed session to consider Dansby’s annual evaluation, and when they emerged to take their places on the dais, the audience of about 100 cheered.