Newmarket, NH school superintendent, administrators resigning

NEWMARKET – Three top school administrators have resigned in Newmarket’s SAU 31, leaving the School Board scrambling to find an interim superintendent. Superintendent Susan Givens, Assistant Superintendent Debra Black and Junior-Senior High School Assistant Principal Sheana Thorell each tendered their resignation according to an email from Givens to the School […]

NEWMARKET – Three top school administrators have resigned in Newmarket’s SAU 31, leaving the School Board scrambling to find an interim superintendent.

Superintendent Susan Givens, Assistant Superintendent Debra Black and Junior-Senior High School Assistant Principal Sheana Thorell each tendered their resignation according to an email from Givens to the School Board dated April 13.

Newmarket Junior-Senior High School Principal David Dalton also resigned in March, creating four major positions the School Board will have to fill this year. 

The School Board held an emergency meeting April 15 to accept and discuss the resignations. The board released a statement Thursday announcing the resignations. The statement said the board is in the process of recruiting new administrators and that the board and administration had no additional comments at this time.

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