Gwinn superintendent Brandon Bruce officially resigns
GWINN, Mich. (WLUC) - Gwinn Community Schools superintendent Brandon Bruce officially resigned Tuesday night.
Bruce’s resignation, announced Friday, was made official by the Gwinn Area Community Schools Board of Education. He will be returning to Hart Public Schools in Lower Michigan.
With only 24 days to find an interim superintendent, Gwinn Middle & High School principal Brad Pfluger was moved to the position.
Gwinn Area Community Schools Board President John Waldo said Pfluger being in this position will create a staff vacancy.
“With Mr. Pfluger moving into the interim superintendent spot, that does create a little bit of a vacancy in the principal slot,” said Waldo. “Thankfully, it is summer so a lot of the pieces for this over the summer are administrative pieces--not dealing with student discipline or day to day things that come up in his building.”
Waldo said this decision gives Gwinn Area Community Schools time to make the right choice for a permanent superintendent.
The school board’s next meeting is June 26.
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