Why Did This Prinicipal Resign Before The End of the Year

Why Did This Prinicipal Resign Before The End of the Year and Why Didn't We Hire Someone From Within the District

Susan Romeo resigns as principal

Susan Romeo, principal of Raymore Elementary School, will leave the
Ray-Pec School District at the end of the school year to take a position as
principal of a new elementary school in Lee’s Summit.

The Ray-Pec Board of Education on Dec. 18 accepted Romeo’s
resignation, effective June 16, 2009. On that same date, the Lee’s Summit
School District Board of Education named Romeo as
principal of its new elementary school, scheduled to open
in fall 2009.

The Lee’s Summit district’s 18th elementary school is
under construction in southeast Lee’s Summit on Ranson
Road. The school, along with other facilities and
improvements, is funded by an April 2009 voter-approved
bond issue.

Romeo has been principal at Raymore Elementary
School since 2003 and previously worked as a classroom
teacher and principal intern in the Raytown School
District, as a teacher in the Butler School District and as
a student teacher and teacher associate in the Lee’s
Summit School District. She has 18 years of experience as a professional
educator.

A Lee’s Summit resident, Romeo earned a bachelor’s degree in elementary
education and a master’s degree in elementary school administration, both from
the University of Central Missouri. She is pursuing her doctorate in school
administration through the University of Kansas.

The Ray-Pec School District is currently accepting applications for the
position of elementary principal. The closing date for applications is Jan. 23.

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