Special Education Director Resigns
The search will begin immediately for a new special education director following the resignation of Special Education Director Tina Betley.
The search will begin immediately for a new Special Education Director following the resignation of much-loved Tina Betley.
“If I had the option to not accept it that is what I would do," said School Committee Member Jennifer Hardy as she motioned to accept the resignation while praising Betley's work. “This is a very critical need in any district.”
Betley's resignation goes into effect on July 1, but the search committee has already been formed, said Interim Superintendent Stephen Dlott. The search will take place through multiple avenues, he said.
“It is very, very important to get the right person. We have many programs that are run through special education," said Dlott. “They have big shoes to fill."
She has served many years in the district, he said.
“She has done an oustanding service to the district,” said Dlott.