Palm Beach Schools superintendent resigns
Palm Beach County Schools Superintendent Donald Fennoy announced Tuesday that he plans to resign, ending a three-year tenure that started successfully but turned tumultuous during the pandemic.
His contract requires three months’ notice, so he said his last day will be Oct. 11.
The decision comes after a difficult year in the school district, marked by multiple controversies, including when to reopen schools during the pandemic, whether the district should pledge to combat “white advantage” and whether to rehire a principal who made comments questioning whether the Holocaust was real.
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