Stubblebine leaving Monroeville schools?

Superintendent expected to become Clyde-Green Springs Schools chief
Aaron Krause
Apr 4, 2013

Monroeville Local Schools Superintendent David Stubblebine is expected to be hired by the Clyde-Green Springs Schools as its next superintendent at a special meeting Monday.

Clyde-Green Springs treasurer Joyce Dupont and school board president Matt Nicely confirmed the administration picked Stubblebine ahead of about a dozen applicants.

Stubblebine's hiring isn't official, though.

A story about the case was published in Wednesday's Norwalk Reflector. To read the story, pick up a copy of that issue or subscribe to the e-paper (a complete digital replica of each issue) for less than $1 per week and read it now.

Comments

swiss family

Please note....Judge Ridge.... this is how you let your community , that needs to find your replacement,give notice.... you don't wait until 3 weeks before leaving and expect them to find a suitable replacement....

swiss family

good luck Mr Stubblebine.... If I were Monroeville, I would take this oppertunity to re-evaluate your needs... do you really need to have a Superintendent, plus 2 Principals, and the staff that goes just to them, in your budget??? after all, your "campus" is 3 buildings, all side by side. Maybe this is part of the reason that the voters have rejected any progress for so long.. and why they are so leery of changes. It might be a good time to see if you are indeed "Top heavy" in your Staff, and possible change it in my opinion

hit the road jack

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kURTje

"Stubblebine didn't return a phone seeking comment Tuesday." Hey David..hit the gym. Bet those in Monroeville remember you for the tax increase. Typical of most in America.

Estrella Damm

Again, Monroeville SD should be annexed into the adjoining districts.