continued D’Angelo has not officially submitted his resignation to the school board at this time, although it is probable he will do so at the next school board meeting on May 15, Dreyfuss said.
After D’Angelo leaves, the school board most likely will hire an interim superintendent to run the district while the board conducts a statewide search for a successor, Dreyfuss said.
He said he and the rest of the board have “extreme confidence that the current administrative staff, most with from 20 to 40 years of experience, will be able to work with the interim superintendent to keep Skaneateles’ academic performance at a high level.”
Jason Emerson is editor of the Skaneateles Press. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.