GCMS principal on leave
by Carter Pape
The Times-Independent
Jan 31, 2019 | 1544 views | 0 0 comments | 44 44 recommendations | email to a friend | print

The principal of Grand County Middle School was put on administrative leave Thursday, Jan. 24 for reasons that remain unclear.

While Leslie Nussman is on leave, HMK Associate Principal Cari Caylor has been appointed acting middle school principal, confirmed District Superintendent JT Stroder in an email to The Times-Independent Tuesday morning. He declined to comment further on the matter, “as it is a personnel issue.”

Nussman was hired at GCMS approximately six months ago, taking the place of Melinda Snow, who was transferred out of the position by school district administration. At that time, Nussman said her focus would be a “collaborative approach” to school administration.

It is unclear at this time how long Nussman will remain on administrative leave.

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