NORMANDY — Marcus Robinson will resign as superintendent of the Normandy Faculties Collaborative two years following taking the occupation devoid of the right qualifications.
In a letter despatched Tuesday to Normandy staff members, Robinson claimed he will step down June 30 to make way for a superintendent “who is in alignment with (the college board’s) new values, ambitions, and ambitions for our faculty group.”
Following month, Normandy voters will elect two of seven members of the school board for the initial time considering that 2014, when the point out took management of the struggling district.
The Normandy School Board employed Robinson in April 2020 with a $215,000 annual wage and a a few-year deal. At the time, district leaders mentioned Robinson prepared to entire his doctoral degree from Columbia University by December 2020 and that his Missouri superintendent certification would shortly abide by.
Robinson’s only condition credential stays a substitute instructing certification.
The condition law calls for reducing a district’s accreditation status following two a long time underneath an uncertified superintendent. In Normandy, that would mean dropping from provisionally accredited to unaccredited.
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When Robinson took around as superintendent, Normandy learners experienced the most affordable check scores in the condition, with 15% of pupils proficient in studying and 7% in math. Last spring, right after a calendar year when most pupils took courses on the web, they scored cheapest in the condition in English with 14% proficiency and second-least expensive in math with 5% proficiency.