PBC superintendent looks to cut costs
District leaders framed it as the first of many expected cutbacks as the economic effects of the coronavirus pandemic threaten government finances everywhere.
No jobs would be eliminated in the initial proposal announced Friday by Fennoy, but district leaders said the changes would better position the district to maintain services and reduce senior staff as several longtime administrators prepare to retire.
“My goal is to maintain excellence in education no matter how great the loss of revenue is to our District,” Fennoy said in a news release. “This is a business, and very difficult business decisions have to be made to streamline our practices, conserve where we can, and strategically realign from the top.”
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Condella and Nulisch work closely together on a regular basis, and even more so with the district’s transition to an online learning platform. They recently served as co-presenters at the Florida Association of School Administrators virtual conference, where the explained how Monroe County transformed the COVID-19 school closure disruption into an opportunity to reach students with a personalized approach that maintains a sense of security in education in a time of great uncertainty.
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As districts continue to wrestle with the challenges of social distancing, sanitizing school property and keeping children safe, the only certainty this fall is that it will be a much different school experience than we are used to.
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“I continue to be amazed by the talent and leadership within our district and beyond. These administrators have proven track records of student success and growth as well as the willingness to take on new challenges. I look forward to the bright future ahead for Clay County District Schools with these leaders at the helm,” Broskie said.