GCSD to hire principal
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The Grand County Board of Education will hire a new principal for the middle school at their regular meeting on June 20, according to Superintendent JT Stroder. The announcement will be made just after The Times-Independent goes to press; look for full details in the June 28 edition.

The school board, during a Wednesday, June 13 workshop meeting, discussed the personnel matter. The new principal will replace Melinda Snow, who has been offered another job within the district. There has been no official comment regarding the specificities of the transfer offer. Stroder declined to comment on the personnel changes, saying a decision would be made at the meeting.

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