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GLENWOOD CITY — During a special school board meeting held Monday, June 28, the board of education accepted yet another resignation from a member of the district’s teaching staff.
Technology education instructor and Skills USA advisor Mike Wannemacher submitted his resignation request to the board which was unanimously approved.
Wannemacher has taught in the district for 24 years.
In his resignation letter to the board, Wannemacher said, “After much deliberation and deep thought, I have decided to resign from my position as the technology education instructor and Skill USA advisor, effective July 1. I would like to thank the Glenwood City School District and the Glenwood City community for the many wonderful memories and experiences that I have had over the past 24 years. I love this community and I love this school and I feel as though I am leaving a family, but it is time for me to move on to other things in my life.”
“I wish everyone at GC schools the absolute best. I am proud to have served the Glenwood City School District for the past 24 years and I am so pleased that all three of our children received the quality education and wonderful experiences from this amazing school!” concluded Wannemacher’s letter.
The board also convened into closed executive session for staff considerations for the upcoming school year but no actions were taken according to superintendent Tim Johnson.