ALPENA, Mich. — A local school official will take his leave at the end of this school year.
Scott Reynolds, superintendent of the Alpena–Montmorency–Alcona Educational Service District, announced his resignation during Thursday night’s Board of Education meeting.
He cited satisfaction with his work and his desire for a new direction as his main reasons for the decision. Reynolds told WBKB he decided to make his announcement now so the district has plenty of time to find a replacement for next year.
“This gives me an opportunity as I’m preparing for my departure to do one of the most important things, which is to help support a smooth transition. I’m very confident that the Board will work to find an exceptional candidate to continue that work.”
Reynolds’s resignation is effective on June 30. The search for candidates is already underway.
AMA ESD Board Director Lee Fitzpatrick says the Board’s grateful for his service and wish him the best for his future.